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Project Part 2 - Lambda

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May 31, 2008 | 8:56 PM EDT
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2.6 MB
2 min 53 sec
3.56 / 5.00

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Rated 3.56 / 5 stars
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Part 2 of my really long song (collection of tunes)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

love the songs

still love your first song and i think its great that you finaly decided to put them into a big song


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


It's certainly an interesting tune, with lots of variation to boot. If anything, I'd really suggest that you have a different way of blending in the different parts of the tune. I'm not sure about the silence or 'track break' that you currently give - blending them like a DJ would mix them would sound much better.

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TheBellmaker responds:

Sorry for the delayed response.

The track breaks do get a bit obnoxious after a while. This is probably the only time I'll ever use them.

Thanks for the review!


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Another mix mash and still the same quality, loed the bass in this one ans the piano of the latter stages. Really like ending, the transitions were alot better this time round. Another great track look forward to the next one

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TheBellmaker responds:

Sorry for responding so late.

Gald you liked this part. and I'm really glad you think the transitions were a bit smoother :).

Thanks for the review!


Rated 4 / 5 stars


This seems lighter, and simpler than the previous one, but at a much higher pitch, and cuts out again at 30 seconds, am i seeing a pattern?
Some of this seems very fast and other parts seem slower, but this has the problem of repetativeness again, and the piano at the later part of the song is very very good. :P


TheBellmaker responds:

Sorry for the delayed response.

Yes, you are seeing a pattern. Alot of reverse cymbals and pauses. Gonna fix that :)
Thanks for the review!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Dance-tastic. Interesting rhythms. Fun.

Not as high a tempo or as much energy in here compared to the previous one. Still persuaded me to get up and dance while the song played once through though!

There's a large variety of melodies and moods here, though at points they don't flow so much as switching, sometimes abruptly.

The fast notes from 44s-1:03 sound pretty cool and though the switch

The switch at 1:40 sound slightly disrupting - seems to me you could have done a better switch and not lost the momentum you do by having that pause/cymbal switch.

After 1:40, the music becomes a lot happier, shifting into a major key and that progression works well. You keep enough themes going on that it does sound connected.

You obviously have a big thing with stopping/starting with a cymbal/reverse-cymbal-type noise. Listening to parts 1-3 after one another (having downloaded and lined them up) I think you may have overused the technique.

There's a lot of cool sounds and this is honestly a brilliant tune for dancing to when it's moving along - really interesting rhythms and som uplifting moments at the end - but I'd recommend you try and have your next tune flow more, maybe changing the layers a few at a time rather than trying to do it all at once and ending with an abrupt switch and a moment of silence like you so often have here.

TheBellmaker responds:

Sorry for respoding so late

Yes, I realize this song is jam packed with rev cymbals, and I'm going to fix that in later songs. The transitions in the song ARE very rough, but I didn't mean for the song to be too coherent.

Thanks for the review!