Heh, sorry, I haven't been around for awhile.
I like this alot. The beat is catchy and it mixes with the piano part very well, especially with the part at the end.
Personally, I'd have liked a bit of a filler to end out the the piece. The cutoff right after the "piano solo" felt sort of awkward.
Great stuff, by any means though. Keep the great work up.
Lovely piano song. Had strange crackling effect going on when the piano starts. The start was the vest part. How it started off with the strings then the beat faded in was just perfect. But very cool, none the less. Good job
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Thanks for reviewing Shanus. Much appreciated.
This tune has a nicely worked bassline and it certainly allows you to exploit your style of free form, when you get to adding the melody, which adds a whole third dimension to the piece.
The only issue I really have with this piece is that you say it's going to be part 1 of however many, but you want them to follow on from each other. If you can get it sorted to bolt a few more pieces together, you would end up with a nice long piece that really does sound of orchestra quality, as this one is starting to head towards.
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Cheers. I'll have a think about turning it into one long piece. Or I may just do an extended version of this.
it's not often I happen across a song like this while doing the weekly update for the RRC, I let this play in the background the whole time I was working at the update, having said that there isn't much that can noticeably be improved upon in this track other than the abrupt ending, this is very good stuff keep practicing
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Thanks a lot man! I'll have a rethink about the ending. Thanks for the 10.
I like it !
Let's see, then.
I like this piece better than "the Land of Nod". Maybe because it has a better beat. It's slightly heavier, more livelier, and the effects added to it, like the cracking stuff give another dimension to it.
Also, there is a more perceptible melody. You made a better selection of sounds, too.
I don't think i have some advice to give for this piece, other than keep on practicing.
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