i'm a big fan of chopin's nocturnes so i may be a little critical. one thin you should try is dynamics, especially with the repeating base line, maybe vary it a bit more. (lol like i'm one to talk, just listen to my "a hopeful heart") my favorite part was actually the end cause thats when it truly got unique, straying away from a common theme can be good every once in awhile, a key change here or there or a tempo change or two, also, at around 1:07 i'd think it would sound cool if you did the scales and arpegios like you did, but at a constant flow which thn you could break back into an earlier pattern then do what you did at the end, and mke it longer, the ending is cool keep it goin, ya know? but all thats just my opinion, sounds great otherwise, especially for a first song, believe me i know the feeling. good luck in the future ;)
haha thats funny you say that because in my sheet music for this song thats how its written and a lot of rubato when i play it, along with dynamics unfortunatly i dont have a mic so this is just a midi clip with added effects compliments of xKore, and he isn;t the artist I am so he didn't know what went where im sure he prolly thinks the same as you though lol you havea good ear, and im glad you could hear that :D accually in the begining where theres the scalar part its supposed to be fp<> for each scale, and then its supposed to at one point the repeated line diminuendos then creshendos till the climax of the song then drops then gains momentum till the end
It was great for your fist time. The sound quality was good. The sound mixed together and the melody held it all together.
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thanks for the only good review :P haha jk wow though the first batch of people all loved the first one and hated the 2nd one and the 2nd batch were compleatly oposite and no i didn't mix this one xKore did
You did a good job on considering it's the first time you've produced something yourself. I think it sounds alright! XP
I really liked the rising and falling sound of the melody, it contributes to the very somber feeling that is created by the lead. You really created a very deep and intelligent piano piece here. I honestly like it more than the other one you requested.
I always love a good piano song. Thanks for making this, I really enjoyed it.
And btw, I'm always looking for new piano music to play myself, so if you have the sheet music for this, or a MIDI file that I could transfer to tab, that would be great. :P I like to ask whenever I run into a piano tune I really enjoy.
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thanks and no i didn't produce this one i did the original and xKore re-did it for me because i kept getting comments from people saying that the sound is muffled, Kore is who did my first one also, but im really glad you liked it, i sent you a pm about sheet music, and yeah im gald you liked it :D thanks for the review
Not a bad solo
Not sure why, but this one sounds a little on the muted site, as if the pianist is quite some distance from the mic. Maybe a little remastering could help with this. I'd reccomend that you speak to someone like Jurian, who is a master at Piano and probably with converting them to audio files as well, since he puts his own work on NG in the same way.
I think that this tune sounds less joyous, compared to the first part. I think it is more reminiscent of the cassanova, who tried, but failed to woo his chosen lady this evening and now he laments, folornly.
There is always next time. Who knows.
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um omg you nailed it perfectly your the only one to get it right, :D you have a good ear and thanks for the advice, but accually xKore is accually working on it for me at the moment, i kept getting the same review that the muffled sound took away from it so i asked him to help since he did the first one, so i should be up in a day or so i'll let you know when that happens but thanks for the review
the things i didn't like about No.1 were ERASED, i love it. 9/10!
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