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Jul 11, 2017 | 5:32 PM EDT
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13.4 MB
5 min 51 sec
4.45 / 5.00

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Rated 4.45 / 5 stars
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New classical style music.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I thought the reverse crash at the beginning was a little unnecessary, and didn’t really help introduce the piece that much. I like the orchestral elements, but I’m not sure they fit in well with the cliche drums. Also, the kick, as well as the off-beat hi-hats at 1:08, seem to be struggling to come through the mix a bit. I also would suggest taking a little more treble off of those violins at 1:30. You really overuse the transition with the reverse crash after a while, and I think the melodic content needs to be further up-front in the mix. I could tell your samples were fake, but it didn’t bother me that much until 3:20. That violin solo has a uniform attack and vibrato, and it just felt too exposed to not humanize a little more. I was a little turned off by the reverse crash at 5:04 that didn’t really lead anywhere. Overall, I applaud your work with the string harmonies and melodic content. I think you need a lot more variety in your transitions, and I also think you could’ve done a lot more creative things with the drums at times. I’ve been tough on you in this review, but I think my main problem with the piece is the lazy transitions which gave it a bit of a pasted-together structure. Keep it up, Larrylarrybb! ;)



Rated 4 / 5 stars

your style really reminds me of phonometrologist where he would just let one really really progression go for like minutes at a time and change it up every now and then (and also not have a melody, wups).

i think this is good stuff, it's a great progression, it just lacks a little subtlety, like if stuff was less in my face it would have been amazingly effective. like im imagining this as a solo piano piece or something.

also that drum beat does not fit at all lol i think you could just remove it.

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larrylarrybb responds:

Thanks for the input! Haha yeah the drumbeat is sort of a genre crossover from hip-hop/pop music with the classical.