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Feb 28, 2009 | 12:50 AM EST
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1.4 MB
1 min 14 sec
2.25 / 5.00

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Rated 2.25 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical

Author Comments

I got an itch to mix this song all day. I love piano and strings. I'll probably bring it more contemporary as the song evolves, but for now, it's all classical. Tell me what you think. ^^

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So, Update 1, i introduced some more strings and a good semi-counter melody.
And whoever voted 1, WTH? It's A PREVIEW! vote on what is in it, and if you vote low, EXPLAIN!

Added some reverb, balance, and dropped the strings an octave.



Rated 2 / 5 stars

Good Start...

I like the whole concept. First off, get rid of the limiter. ;-)

As for the piano, you should vary it more. It is too prevalent on the downbeat. It really beats you over the head after a while musically. Add some syncopation in the piano to help alleviate that constant pulse on the downbeat.

The strings are interesting. I'm not sure I like their sound. I'm not sure what it is, but they don't mesh well with the piano. You should try using a different type of strings there. Or at least tweak the settings on what you have.

Add some reverb to the piano. It doesn't sound like there is any at all. Something rich in color would be appropriate.

You should add some panning effects to the strings if you are keeping them the way they are. I think they would sound better if they were wafting around and through the melody line. Rather than just sitting idle and taking up space.

This is a good start though. Definitely let me know when it is finished.

2/5 and 4/10 overall, for now that is. ;-)


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DJFilteredFantasy responds:

Thanks. It's definately no where near finished. I haven't put on any reverb yet, it's all just notes. There are really no changes in the general structure of the different instruments. That will be done later. As for syncopation, this is just intro as of now, so be prepared to have your underwear blown off. xD
And thanks for explaining, there was somebody that just voted 1 earlier and was like WTH!? it was bs. xD sorry, just venting. xD
Thanks again