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Dec 3, 2013 | 10:30 AM EST
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Song
4.2 MB
4 min 33 sec
Score
4.88 / 5.00

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Rated 4.88 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
war
krieg
waltz
damnedstaccato

Author Comments

Made in about 3 days. Had quite a fight with the FL studio. I needed to change one string part three times, before it could work and sound.

Also, the staccato is having an issue in the beginning. Don't know why. Lowered the bass part, turned off the bass drum, played with the volume, nothing worked. A shame, but not a major error. So, please, be kind.

Anyway, enjoy the music, rate, comment, share, eat, have a shower and go to bed.

Thanks.

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SequencedSequenced

Rated 4 / 5 stars

classical music isn't a genre I'm familiar with so my critique will be a bit short.

I really like the ideas you got here. after about a couple minutes in the song didn't really progress that much. there wasn't anything that stood out for me either.

lastly you gotta space out your instruments too. things kept getting push back and hard to hear after you added new instruments.

that's all i got for now.

keep it up.


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PhonometrologistPhonometrologist

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not too shabby especially for something that you’ve done in 3 days. I’m not going to nitpick too much at the production of the piece. It did seem to drag at parts, but the arpeggios at 4:00 was a pleasant surprise. The more I listen to it, I’ve come to actually enjoy this.
How you used some of the instruments, at times they did seem to be a little unnatural. For example, I can hear the horns being played in a way that seemed like they were being inputted via a keyboard or just penciled in. Some automation would help that, and how I would approach that is by treating it as a voice so you can have an idea on the dynamics and how a musician would breath as they play their instrument.
Overall, musically speaking, I enjoyed the brooding nature of the piece and your choice of arrangement. Like I said for 3 days it’s good. I would have just spent a little more time with this in tweaking what you have to make it sound a bit more natural with the use of automation and legato in between notes.
With that review, I don’t want to make it seem like I didn’t enjoy the piece, however, because I actually did.


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Morteth9 responds:

Thanks a lot! A great review. Helps.