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Mar 10, 2007 | 2:56 PM EST
File Info
2.4 MB
2 min 34 sec
3.56 / 5.00

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Rated 3.56 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

A happy orchestral arrangement.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Second review... :)

You have no reviews for any of your songs and anyone deserves more than that, regardless of song quality. Seriously, you're virtually invisible here... making a profile and reviewing a lot of other music would help get you better know. Actively and often participating in the Audio Forum on the BBS helps a lot, too. But, I'm going to review your song, not your actions, right? ;)

Good opening. The drums took me by surprise a bit, and I thought you'd follow up on those strings with more... but now I'm hearing piano and flute. Simple, I don't like it... aah, this is better. You just introduced a lot of instruments - I like this a lot.

Again, good note progressions. It's all very melodic. After the first part in which there are a lot of instruments, the piano and drums (bongo? congo? =\) sounds a lot more natural and less empty. Good work making it that way.

This song has a very nice "tribal" feeling to it. Everything in this song contributes to that feeling, which is a great quality that shows effort.

Huh, I didn't like your ending, with your drum pattern cutting off. Looking at what appears to be an in-depth knowledge of musical theory you have, I'd think you'd be able to be a bit more creative than that. ;)

Overall another good song. :) Keep up the good work, I'm looking forward to more.

MeteorSuit responds:

Thanks a lot man. About the ending, these are intended to be loops, but you can't have them repeat midway so I just rushed it. If this were in a game, that ending wouldn't exist, and the string intro would be heard only once.