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Still More Fighting Piano

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Aug 23, 2008 | 8:20 PM EDT
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2.9 MB
3 min 11 sec
Score
3.85 / 5.00

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Rated 3.85 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This is a remix of Still More Fighting/The People Fight Further/Whatever. I? mixed up my instuments so it doesn't sound at all close to the original.

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ShadyGamerShadyGamer

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I like it.

It's a pretty good piano version.



QueenDarkChronicle2QueenDarkChronicle2

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well done!

Do not listen to what they say! Make more cool songs



p4cp4c

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

uhhh.....

so, you basically transcribed the melody from final fantasy VII's battle theme, or maybe took a midi where it was already done, and put it into piano form, without much effort whatsoever into making the piano sound dynamic. i feel like i can't rate this high--it just isn't 1) very original, and 2) technically interesting either way. im not saying you don't deserve credit for an accurate represenattion of the song, or that you didnt make it--it's just not interesting or very original work.

now, ill give you some technical advice and not compositional stuff, since i dont know your experience. the major problem was that even though the piano sounds real, it still seems blatantly computed. some basic tips:

1) make it seem like a real life piano in terms of its surroundings. add a reverb effect and pan it to the side a bit so that it sounds like it was recorded in a concert hall or something. bring up different parts of the spectrum with an equalizer for depth.

2) vary the velocity [or the volume] so that some notes are more emphasized than others. make the main melodies louder than the supporting chords/melodies. make the top notes of your chords come out more than the bottom ones; make parts that escalate in intensity get louder, and those that become more mellow softer; make repeated sections different by changing volume and therefore mood--for example, when the bridge comes in the second time, you might want to make it soft so that the first one sounds forceful and aggressive, but the second sounds almost like a dramatic break in the battle [dbz 8 episode long battle scene!]. the point of this is that no mortal pianist would play everything with the same emphasis, since the song takes in emotions [and probably has written dynamics anyway], so the end product becomes much more touching.

3) vary the speed of the song. no mortal person will play all the notes so perfectly timed like this. furthermore, if you speed up and slow down for emphasis, it could make for a very dramatic feel to the song.

those are some basic tips, i hope i helped.

by the way, read the rules--you can't make a thread to advertise your own music, sicne if everyone did that, the audio forums would suck. just telling you so you learn for the future :) welcome to the ap.


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