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Jul 7, 2008 | 1:13 PM EDT
File Info
3.2 MB
2 min 33 sec
4.10 / 5.00

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Rated 4.10 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical

Author Comments

This was hacked out in a few hours and reminds me of a cross between end-movie-credit kind of thing and something else (can't put my finger on it -- perhaps you have an idea?) I was trying to work on something else (musically) and I couldn't focus on the other work until I finished this.

Used the pattern "Sequencer" on my Yamaha ES to knock this one out and some of the built in guitar arpeggios to get an acceptable guitar playing sound (I am not a guitar player, barely a piano guy).

Thanks for listening!

Be kind, please rewind!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

You know how people play air Guitar? sir have made me play the air piano..
I was all jamming out and shit..its all good..

dx9s responds:

Thanks for the feedback.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love this, a lot!

The emotion flows with very appropriate progressions, expressive guitar and subtle string, just as what I would love at the end of a movie!
This piece greatly excites me! Great job mate!

dx9s responds:

Yes -- it was not directly inspired by anything but once I finished it... it does remind me of a cross between some end movie music and something else... Hades0013 (below) also mentioned some emotional game music which also fits.

Thanks for the review!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautiful classical stuff

Great song, I loved the piano and guitar. The soft shaker-drums were a good choice for a song like this, they gave it a very mellow feeling. The melodies were great and very well-developed, and reminded me a bit of video game or movie outro-songs, suiting a scene with the main characters reminiscing on all they have lived through and being glad they lived through it.

The sounds you used were really good, the guitar sounded like an authentic plastic-stringer, and the piano was very dreamy in a soft, trebley sort of way. The background strings were a cool addition, they were just the right loudness not to be too intrusive, and yet they gave a great atmosphere to the entire song. However, I believe that you cut them of a bit too sharply at 2:06, I think a bit softer transition would suit that section much better.

This is excellent stuff, possibly even top 5 material. Good work.

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dx9s responds:

wow.. thanks for the feedback. Yeah the strings dropped out a bit abruptly (I went back and listened more carefully) -- always room for improvement. Perhaps I should have faded the strings out over 1/2 a measure previous to the downbeat.

I am glad you liked the mix (levels and timbre) -- tried to balance the various pieces (timbre) -- it's not easy.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really Smooth

Had a wicked headache, this was a great thing to just have on in the background. Very nice.

dx9s responds:

Had?? are you saying music has the power of an asprin or something? (hehe) Thanks for the review!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


nice to just sit and listen

dx9s responds:

Much appreciated!