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Project Part 3 - Omega

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part 3 of my really long song (collection of tunes)

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Good collection

I like what you've done with the almost 'Zelda sounding' part here. It certainly sounds like you could write a whole piece around that genre.

I also like the way that you've moved forward with the tunes blending them together. The breaks in the middle sounded ugly and this is a much better finished piece.

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TheBellmaker responds:

Sorry for responding so late.

The breaks in the middle are ugly and I probabl won't do that again. Glad you liked this part.

thanks for the review!!


The weirdest one of the trilogy, sounded like a mixture between dance and RPG music, and it work as usual. loved the quiet part near the end/ ANother perfect sounded song

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TheBellmaker responds:

Sorry for responding so late.

Glad that you liked this part. so did I :)

Thanks for the review!!


The style of this is VERY different to the 2 previous installments, this seems alot more melodic for the beginning part, with the light synth and the piano sections. I actually like this slow melodic part better than the other 2. Its nice.
It seems alot more dramatic as well. Well done on this whole thing!


TheBellmaker responds:

Sorry for the delayed response.

Glad you liked this part. I think this part was the best of the three.

Thanks for the review!

A brilliant first minute-and-a-half.

Quite a different style to the other 2.

The more 'realistic' instruments make this sound like a battle-song - something cinematic rather than something you'd hear in a club.

The switches in mood and melody at the 27s, 1minute and 1:15 mark work brilliantly - naturally progressing and keeping it interesting without feeling forced.

The switch at 2:08 into the tune you used at the start of part1 doesn't really fit though - again, I don't like these abrupt switches of yours and the electronic vibe didn't really fit in with the classical melody you had going until then.

Also, from 1:15 to 2:08, I felt like you could have had a tiny bit more progression. Maybe the melody could have meandered, winding down instead of repeating. Maybe some more tinkerbells mirroring the beats that come in at the end...

As I said, I'm not a fan of the last 30s, but the slowing-down effect is cool.

Seems to me though that it might have been stronger had you kept this as a separate piece and had a more fitting ending. It feels forced to fit the others.

TheBellmaker responds:

Sorry for respoding so late.

I also liked the first minute and half. And I also agree the ending feels forced.

My friend suggested I write a whole song based on the first minute and half. Maybe I will :/.

Thanks for the review


Of all three of them, this is the one I don't like as much, I mean the ending of this is done pretty well and closes everything off very well but the opening sounds nothing like the ending part of the previous. There is nothing that actually sounds bad about this but the kind of 'boom' sound in this, I can say I'm not too keen on and does kind of ruin the rest of the tune to me.

The tune itself is good but with the interuptions of something sounding compleatly diffrent, it does kind of spoil it. Everything else sounds nice, kind of calm and that's the thing I like the most about this and the ending to the whole thing. The ending part to this changes to a dark kind of sound, which is okay and it does work with the final ending.



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TheBellmaker responds:

I saw that soming from a mile away. I knew that since you didn't like how it was split up, you wouldn't like this part.

The whole song was not really meant to flow. It was meant to be split up, because of the said reason back in part one.

But thanks for listening to my 8 minute tune collection anyway :)

Credits & Info

4.22 / 5.00

Jun 10, 2008
5:02 PM EDT
File Info
2.4 MB
2 min 37 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.