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Jun 24, 2006 | 10:30 AM EDT
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3.5 MB
2 min 32 sec
Score
3.98 / 5.00

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Rated 3.98 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

Live piano + VST instruments. Originally a song. Leave reviews plz!

Reviews


ShadowGirl7ShadowGirl7

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love it! :)

It's very peaceful and pretty =) keep up the awesome work ;)



MaestroSorrowMaestroSorrow

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Impressive

Another very smooth, professional track WinTang. Really these are all pretty damn commercial tracks you got here (or at least the majority of them :D).

You seem to have a nack for producing these incredibly well flowing pieces, there are parts where you alter the core so much, yet the piece itself remains perfectly as it were. Like a man morphing behind a mask.

That is you playing the piano I assume. The notes are well placed. Did you produce the piano notes first and then the VST instruments? Or did you create the VST instruments first to play to?

In any case WinTang, I don't have much to say about the piece, anything i'd write would be classified as pointless ranting, so i'm going to cut this here.

Great stuff man, keep up the good fight and keep e coming!


WinTang responds:

Thanks a lot mate!

Actually, no, it's not me playing the piano - I wrote a bunch of piano scores for a play and had them recorded by a wonderful jazz pianist connected to my school. I can play this myself, but I already had this recording. I did play all the other parts.

I originally wrote it for piano, cello and vocals. So I added the cello to the piano score, and sang to it in the play. The vocal melody here is the oboe (the vocals are in Dutch so not much use putting that on here). Then I felt like adding a celesta to the pizzicato cello parts. Then I felt like adding a French horn and here we are. :)

I am very glad with your comments on altering the core and keeping the flow, you seem to read my mind there really.

Thanks a right bunch, I'll come up to your page soon, it's been a while since I heard any of your stuff.


pitbulljonespitbulljones

Rated 5 / 5 stars

WOW

Plain and simply fucking grad A shit. Can you remember the old technicolour films from hollywood during the 50's and 60's. this is like a track from one of them films. the instrumentation is simply awesome. and when that crystal bell and string section comes in it's really magical. I love your music man. so diverse and creative. u just seem to be on a constant curve of developin into a great musician. damn man fricking A.

5/5

pitbulljones

oh btw the 2/2 as a degree is the equivalent to a C grade


WinTang responds:

"oh btw the 2/2 as a degree is the equivalent to a C grade"

I did not get that, lol.

Thanks a lot for your kind words, they really touched me - this time in not such a gay way!


sorohanrosorohanro

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow,that was very nice

i like very much the harmony,also orchestration is very good,in fact you are much better then some people who write reviews and give you advices(i listened their music too and some was very anoing)keep on,


WinTang responds:

Thanks a lot! Your music is very nice too, expect some reviews from me shortly!
I don't really mind about the quality of the stuff made by people who give criticism, after all, I sometimes tell people what I don't like about their mixing while I myself can't mix for shit :)


cornandbeanscornandbeans

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

:D

you make good eating music.

no I'm serious, I just went up and got some lunch while listening to this. Perfect accompaniment.

A little off-topic, but oh well.

This sounds very much like older sountracks for movies when they used orchesteral stuff a lot more. I liked it a lot. Seeing as I play the cello, I thought it was good that you got use it in here. :D
Keep up the great work!

~cornandbeans


WinTang responds:

What'd you have for lunch? :P

Thanks, I enjoyed the remark about the older movie soundtracks a lot! I will keep it up, I'm discovering a lot of possibilities at the moment, since I switched to Cubase.