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Date
03/13/2013
File Info
Song
6.2 MB
4 min 30 sec
Score
4.23 / 5.00

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Rated 4.23 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
egyptian
turkish
eastern
classical

Author Comments

This is a classical piece which I had been working on for quite some time; approximately four to five weeks. At last, it is finished! I happen to be a huge fan of eastern music and instruments - so, "Nemesis" is made up of primarily Turkish strings and guitars. However, the percussion instruments are actually of Egyptian origin (We all know how beautiful Egypt is!).

Do not hesitate to let me know if you have any significant points which you think might improve the song. I welcome constructive criticism with open arms.

Take care, and have a wonderful day!

CC

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Reviews


CabbsterCabbster

Rated 5 / 5 stars 3 days ago

Super cool and well done. All of the sounds seem super realistic. I can't tell what's sampled and what's not,, which is obviously good. I mean, you don't own all of those instruments, do you?? Either way, sounds really good.



4cat4cat

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 19, 2013

yo this makes my dick hard, word.



ZipZipperZipZipper

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars March 18, 2013

Very very good! I'm guessing that you're playing the violin, which was excellent in all its dips and gliss. The instruments were all handled with such realism I really can't believe how well that was executed. The voices gave a nice touch, but the violin really did keep the whole piece going. A couple of things I thought could make this better...its instrumentation was empty to me. The drums were soft - soft - soft - then a little bit heavier - then back to that soft. In general, that's how the song flowed. Not many big changes, just a kind of drone. I also thought the melodic lines could have been more concrete to make the piece stand out and that a little bit more reverb on things would make the song more mystical. But overall, I have to say this is outstanding. A wonderful addition of world music to a monotonous list of the same old same old. Fantastic job!


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