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Nov 25, 2008 | 8:17 AM EST
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1.8 MB
2 min 1 sec
Score
4.00 / 5.00

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Rated 4.00 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

This one is rather Silent Hill/Resident evil inspired (mostly the later)
A slow, mostly peaceful piano piece.
Enjoy.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Not bad! In fact, I like it!

This song, while short, really gets the point across. I think that the musical scene that you were trying to produce was one of a short period where, in a battle or fight, everything just slows down for a bit, and you have time to think about yourself, your mind, your body, your strategy for moving forward. Not just a battle though, this scene could apply to life in general. Just stop, slow down, and take a little time to think. Life is much easier if you know what you are going to do to make it the best in can possibly be. Clipnotdone, you're like me. I enjoy a nice, slow piano, that rings its tune outward into a slow decay. Sorrowful, perhaps, but it gives a strong emotion and people instantly know where you, the composer, want to go with the song and where you want to take the listener. You've done it, you really have. Congratulations on a beautiful piece. However, if you can, it might be beneficial to look at some of the equalization, the decay kind of melts together a bit. I know, Newgrounds is a pain when you have to compress your songs down into oblivion. That being the only thing I'd change. Great work, I look forward to more!


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clipnotdone responds:

Thank you for the kind words, Im glad you like it.

I love writing for the piano, done right you can create songs more powerful with just a piano than an entire orchestra ever could