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Feb 11, 2014 | 10:23 PM EST
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2.4 MB
2 min 38 sec
0 / 5.00

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It starts out with a lot of dissonance and transitions into a grand seven-part orchestral melody.

The first part was done over two months ago and I've just been stuck on it ever since, until yesterday when I added the second part.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Hiya. I think the underlying structure of the piece is good but I think it could do with some unifying element in the there that hooks it altogether. It's a bit disparate. There's nothing that really tugs on any of my emotions. Hook me in! Make me uncomfortable or scared or sad or whatnot. For example, I think the transition about 20 seconds in from your lovely opening violin line to the dissonant french horns is a bit forced, and the those two phrases seem to have nothing to do with one another. I also think you overused block chords quite a bit and it stopped your track from really coming alive. Sprinkle in some more interesting musical lines.

I hope this criticism is taken in the spirit in which it's intended. Good luck with your future work!

KeyVine responds:

Thanks for the review! Yeah, the two parts don't go together too well because I've had the first part done nearly three months ago and I didn't know where else to go with it nor did I want to make it too short. The block chords are a result of me not wanting two voices with the exact same melody or chord structure. Perhaps my previous orchestral piece, +Tears+, may tug at your emotions a bit more.