I could hear this in some epic thriller movie, and yeah, it would fit a mystery novel or something. I really like it. :)
Thanks, I'm glad you like it. I kinda don't but that's my fault and my problem. Thanks for listening and supporting things.
Sh*t, you're a writer TOO?!?!
Well aren't you just a doll, Assassin2------>
Ah, the "bland" part that guy before me was talking about, could have simply been where your main character was experiencing something simple and innate about that very mystical forest you're playing about.
Maybe like some sort of beast cleaning it's young, a fairy peeking out from behind a tree or even something furry and defenseless getting devoured by its natural prey while its Mother is forced to watch with no defenses, herself.
All of your music SO FAR has evoked SOMEthing or other in me with every play. The ability you have to make music is a blessing. Thanx for utilizing it, Man.
Until next time and I hope that's not very long. . .
..........Take care, be good and keep expressing, Assassin2.period
Thankyou for another review. You're a machine! Everything I've made has been spur of the moment, but I'm always eager to get something done when time permits. Which won't change anytime soon. Thanks again.
A bit bland in the middle
Could have used a bit more flair in the middle, similar to the trilling you did in the beginning. Substance at both ends, but little to non in between. While the suspense was a good idea, it wasn't that good of an idea to drag it on like that. Hope to hear your next installment.
Wow somebody reviewed it. Fair enough if you thought it was bland in the middle, though it's kinda half and half; the weird start being one and the piano bit being the 2nd, but I'm guessing you meant the silent part where it dies out before the piano starts. The idea isn't to be one mood of mystery, the second is about the characters inside this 'forest' that I'm basing this off, which is a bit more romantic and solemn.
What I do want to do is go beyond using one string instrument and one piano, and fixing the phrasing and flow. Thanks for reviewing, I'm sure the suspense won't seem so dragged out when this totals closer to 4 minutes or more.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.