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Date
12/13/2012
File Info
Song
2.1 MB
1 min 52 sec
Score
4.44 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.44 / 5 stars
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17,982 Plays | 483 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
christmas
piano
rabbit
snow

Author Comments

Hey guys,

yesterday i did the last exam of my life - now i just had to create some new musics and enjoy to have my life back :D

Its some kind of classical christmas piece. Thought of Rabbits playing within the snow. Hope you´ll enjoy :D

I will submitt that track to the Monthly Audio Contest MAC 12

Reviews


edarddragonedarddragon

Rated 5 / 5 stars

cool song very touching . i liseined to it all day . it something that you can dream with it very buetiful


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SoundChris responds:

Thanks a lot for your kind words :D Happy new year and all the best!
Chris


PurpleInkPurpleInk

Rated 5 / 5 stars

So beautiful, so lovely, wow, I'm not sure what else to say but that


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SoundChris responds:

Thanks for leaving your thoughts here - glad you liked it. I have made another christmas piece in 2011 called "at skvortsovs chimney". Maybe you will like it, too :D

I wish you a happy and successful new year. Best wishes!

Chris


lazor999lazor999

Rated 5 / 5 stars

i dont know what to say.


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SoundChris responds:

Glad you liked it! Happy new year 2013! :)

All the best!


zincas10408zincas10408

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I just stared at the screen for like half an hour when i heard this. It's you could say captivating yet it also makes want to do nothing but listen (kind of the same thing)


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SoundChris responds:

Hey there!

Thanks for your kind words - i am glad you liked it. I know this feeling you are talking about. Some days ago i have listened to rachmaninovs corelli-variations 3 times in a role and stared at the screen for maybe an hour. Music really has the power to move you into a different world.

Thanks a lot for your review and i wish you a happy new year!

Chris


NekoMikaNekoMika

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

When the song started up I noticed right away a slight transitional problem. It went from low sound to immediately higher volume. It should have either built up or been at full volume from the start. As the rest of the song played on I enjoyed the melody. May have just been me however.

The piano was very touching and calm. The sound was very clean and the slight reverb heard afterward was nice to listen to.

The jingling bells heard give the song a very festive feel as one could imagine the rabbit hopping around. Also not sure if that is meant to be rain I'm hearing or paper crumbling since it seems to fit for either with the second background sound being heard as the song plays.

The light use of violin was enjoyable. However towards the end the jingling bells, violin, and piano all being heard together for a moment didn't seem to sound good. Possibly move the jingle bells forward a step.

Overall, minimal issues, sounds great!

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SoundChris responds:

Hello SCTE3!

Thanks a lot you took the time to review my piece :> You are right - the volume at the start is quite low sound. I did this by intent because i wanted the repetitions within the introduction not to sound monotonic. So i decided to raise the volume step by step until the maintheme shows. But maybe it is really to low. When i made the track i have used very good headphones. Could have been the reason why i did not notice that the volume could be to low. Thanks for that hint!

The fx within the midpart should be a delicate fire-sound. I wanted to do something that sounds a little bit strange, but somehow cozy. The scene i had in my mind: The rabbits are looking into the window from outside and interrupt their play for a short time. The christmas-athmosphere within the house seems very curious but interesting to them. After a while they go on playing.

I just was afraid the cut between the first part and the midpart could be a little bit to hard. Because i always try to make my pieces within one session (5-6 hours) i always need some time to see if i am comfortable with them or not. So i think i will still need some time :D

I will check out the bell - string - piano - combination towards the end - maybe i will do some facelift.

Thanks a lot for leaving your helpful thoughts here. I am really glad you liked it and wish you a merry christmas and a happy new year!!

Best wishes!
Chris