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Cs - 'Bittersweet Dance'

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Uploaded
Oct 2, 2016 | 2:56 AM EDT
File Info
Loop
543.9 KB
28 sec
Score
4.00 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.00 / 5 stars
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164 Plays | 1 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
dance
cs
bittersweet
csucskos

Author Comments

Yeah. I don't know what is the difference between my ambient and classical songs but I think this is classical. Leave a comment please if I'm wrong.

Anyways. I was trying to make a piano piece in 3/4 but I wasn't able to. So this was the result. I also tried to 'humanize' the piano. Let's see whether I managed to do that.

I feel this song sad and also happy so this is the reason of the title. What do you think?

Reviews


ganinkganink

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The mood of this song reminded me of "Waltz for One" from the Shovel Knight expansion: Plague of Shadows https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3hPuDaIQoA It's a really good song and an even better game.
I think if you add
-a little bit more repeating patterns
-more rhythmic variation just like the person below suggested
it can be a lot better. I hope you get inspiration from the video I linked ;)


Csucskos responds:

Thanks! Gave me some ideas how to improve the rhytm.
But about the repetitions... In my term classical music has much less repeating patterns then electro. This is the main difference between my classical and my ambient loops.
Anyways I'll keep working.


TaintedLogicTaintedLogic

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Cute piece. I like how you alternate between major and minor chords. It has an interesting progression, but I'd caution you about having so many jarring changes in mood. Still, it has a clean sound and a nice sense of direction about it. The melody could use some more rhythmic variety, but overall the melody itself is enjoyable. Obviously, it needs to be more fleshed-out structurally, but you're well on your way to constructing a solid piece, my friend. ;) Keep it up!


Csucskos responds:

Thanks a lot!
I'm happy to hear that I'm getting better.
Still don't know what do you mean with 'fleshed-out structurally' but OK, next time will be some interesting rhytms. ;)
(Maybe not next time but the time after that.)