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Dec 6, 2006 | 1:36 AM EST
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3.4 MB
3 min 40 sec
Score
3.92 / 5.00

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Rated 3.92 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

EDIROL orchestral vsti w00t. Just something I did while I was suppose to be studying.

Reviews


SoldierPenguinSoldierPenguin

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome!

I can listen to this while i Play my Games and also be really good to listen to



DancingChaosDancingChaos

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Gorgeous

This is truely very beautiful. Excellent job. I may use this~



Unborn-reasonUnborn-reason

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very enjoyable

Yes, I love this. The piano gives really good back bone to the intro.

The strings, to me, seemed to have just a tad more attack than they needed, but it really wasn't that much of a downer to the song at all.

Percussion was very complimentary to the song, added a good flow.

The piano playing staccato around 1:50 loved it.

My favorite thing about this song is between 1:02 to 1:50, it was such a good part to just sway with , great job on that feel.

Suggestions? I don't seem to have anything in mind so therefore I have reached the end point. You have great talent powers, keep making!


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mortalsoul2mortalsoul2

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very good

This is some nice stuff. Pretty good for just your 4th song ;D. Theres a point near the end where I think the triangle comes in... it doesn't really go with the rest. Otherwise it's great!



MaestroRageMaestroRage

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Insp

I love that Edirol VST. I used it alot. I used that exact same chord progression in Serenity in a Rose in my first account, it's a great progression, however this song fast becomes a much more complex and enjoyable track!

Hmm, you've commanded Edirol very well indeed, hats off to you. That build up with the piano, was extremely well done. I see your transitions are much cleaner, much more entertaining now.

You must have used a great deal of the instruments of Edirol at your disposal here, i'm hearing a great deal of variety, this is a great bonus, and the fact that it's in minor (correct me if i'm wrong), makes it a personal favourite, as I love to make minor pieces.

I think some choirs would work rather well for you, I realize that Edirol does not come with choirs, and that the choirs that come with FL are questionable at best, so here is a link to a choir I use extensively myself.

www.papelmedia.de/sf2/sf2/Papelmedia_Ahh-Choir.sf2

It's a soundfont, just plug anywhere in the FL files, and find it on the browser screen where all the instruments are, drag and drop on mixer window.

All in all, this piece was incredibly impressive, i'm disappointed that more people are not aware of you. I will spread your name, as you deserve more recognition. Do not stop producing.

There was a part where there were this disjointed piano melody, jumping up and down off beat, and though it did add alot of neat feel, it did distort the flow of the song.

And then you bring in that harp, I must say you are the third person i've given 10's all across for a piece, I hear a huge amount of talent in you. Keep up the great work Powers!


PowersWithin responds:

Thank you so much! I will definitely try n improve on everything. Thanks for the sound font too ^^ I'm pretty new at this and the infos are really helpful ^_^