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May 20, 2005 | 12:13 AM EDT
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2 min 2 sec
3.72 / 5.00

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For hammered dulcimer and pizzicato strings. Good for something, but I'm not sure what...



Rated 3 / 5 stars


Liked it at first, but then it got pretty repetitive and um.. just empty sounding. There was too much silence, and not much going on. There were a maximum of two instruments playing at the same time, and half the time only one instrument. Doing this doesn't allow many possibilities.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This would work really well in an RPG. Maybe music for a really weird town or something like that. It kinda makes you want to dance, but then when the strings come in, it changes the mood a lot.

It makes you want to tap your foot. The dynamic change around 1 minute was a bit odd, but I found it sort of worked. I really like this song, you would be excellent at making video game music.

Scarlatti responds:

Well thank you. My first influence was Nobuo, but that's not my strongest, clearly. This was one of the first things I ever wrote that I didn't hate. The fact that I was probably playing FF7 at the time, mixed with the fact that my MIDI sounds resembled the soundtrack sounds means FF7 influenced this A LOT. I would love to write music for video games. Or anything, really. Movies, TV, whateva. Except writing for TV is probably just opening and closing themes, and two-second hits. Not much room to stretch out.

I am happy this made your foot tap.