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Uploaded
Mar 9, 2007 | 11:16 PM EST
File Info
Song
2.4 MB
2 min 40 sec
Score
3.93 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.93 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
619 Plays | 148 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

Piano violin duet... or is it.

Reviews


mario1234567890mario1234567890

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

good

the first part was ok but needs work.



YufaxYufax

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice

Count again Karco :P nice music btw



MackerelSaladMackerelSalad

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice

But wtf track name? Watch for snakes wasn't quite corresponding with the calm duet this became.
I expected a bombasstic orchestra track.
I did really like the track though, you possess great composing skills. Use them more, dude.

I'll be watching you.
MackerelSalad



KarcoKarco

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Third review. :)

I just might go all the way through and review your last one as well if I have the time. I hope you're enjoying my reviews. :)

Well, this isn't giving me as good of an impression as your other songs. Then again, in your other two I may or may not have mentioned that you need to work on your introductions, so I'll give this song some time to develop.

The sixteenth-notes played over and over on the piano are very irritating, in my opinion. You could have done without it.

Just a question - where did you get that title? It doesn't make sense at all to me... maybe some people just don't have an affinity for naming songs. =\ Oh well.

The piano is a bit harsh, and the volumes sometimes get too loud - and if I were to turn down the volume on my computer, it would probably begin to get too quiet. Try to work on that.

Once the violin comes in, it starts sounding a lot better, and a lot more epic. (The chords on the piano achieved the same feel but nowhere near to the same extent.) Great work with the melodies and harmonies here, I like this a lot!

Woah. Nope, it's not a duet anymore. And that new instrument is murdering the quality! >:( You have major volume issues in this song... notewise, it's great like your other two that I've reviewed so far but that mastering needs to be completely reworked...

There are drums, too, I've noticed, but the new instrument almost drowns most of them, except the crash, out. So I honestly can't offer good criticism for them. From what I can hear, though, I can tell they're decent but a bit too simple.

A great song, but quality killed it. :( Keep trying... I hope you don't make this mistake again. ;) On to reviewing your first submission.


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MeteorSuit responds:

No real excuses for the brutal fuzz bass, could be a difference of speakers because the drums are audible on my end. I guess harsh noise isn't your style, but I really respect your opinion and I admit I have mastering problems to work on.