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Oct 24, 2012 | 3:30 PM EDT
File Info
2.9 MB
1 min 17 sec
3.12 / 5.00

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Rated 3.12 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical

Author Comments

A short song I made, when I didn't have Internet Access.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really interesting, to say the least. Love the instruments and the harmonies. :29-1:17 almost reminds me of The Script's style (and that's a good thing). Melody was perhaps a little dry, however. I also feel like you wanted this piece to be either smooth and calming, or more energetic, but I can't tell which. Maybe you could try taking a distinctive side with the "bow style," even if those definately aren't real strings. I think it would help this piece reach its full emotional potential. Also, a little repetitive. Still, I like how this piece easily gets stuck in my head, and creates an image of a royal garden. Also love the piano/synth that comes in every 8 beats later in the song. Overall, well done. This is a memorable and creatively written piece. Not perfect, but definately worthy of respect. Therefore, I shall give you, sir, a well-earned 5/5.

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BowserThedestructive responds:

Thanks, wasn't expecting little to any feedback on this track. I basically created it today within 2 hours worth of time. When I had no Internet access, aka the name of the track. It soon became catchy, and I soon added to it until it continued to be stuck in my head. With the loop in focus, I did it so it would sound great in the end. The instruments are an electro drum track, I did actually use real strings/instruments in the sense that they came from a sound library known as "miroslav philharmonik". The piano/synth sounding item, is actually in fact a harp. Also included in the track is viola, and violin strings. As well as a two flutes, and a small choir of male/female. I really didn't go into any theme in particular with the song, other than that it became catchy fairly quickly when I started with the base beat. Then I added harmonies, and I can kind of see your thinking of the song I didn't think it could fit anything other than being catchy. Thanks for the review!