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Sep 7, 2009 | 7:47 PM EDT
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4.3 MB
2 min 22 sec
4.01 / 5.00

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Rated 4.01 / 5 stars
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This is one of those songs.... It's sad but, you find some happiness within the darkness. I've been extremely frustrated with making Trance music and I needed a change of pace. I try not to be a one trick pony but I truly enjoy making orchestral music that is sad.

That being said it is apparent that the song tries to evoke emotion from you. It would be interesting to see a great flash animation coupled with this song. Of course my drawing skills are terrible so I can't do it myself. Creative commons leaves it up for grabs, I can only hope someone with talent picks it out.




Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very nice!

This is a very nice classical song. I could definitely see this in a movie with some different instruments. Loving your classical music shift.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome :)

Beautiful, and I'm sure, quite hard to get right. I'm a total noob, but I hope what I say might make sense, and if not, then at least provoke a thought. :P

Might the attack of the strings be a little too slow on the chords following the chord at the end of 0:52? Would variation on the attack provide more leverage for emotion?

Mrmilkcarton responds:

An instrument that held more of a melody would of lead to more emotion probably. I'm still working on understanding and faking classical music to sound real and good.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Wow this is epic!
You used nice chords and instruments, it would be an awesome flash animation if this song would be coupled with it, no matter how good the animation is :D I hope you understand what I mean (bad english) XD Anyway, very nice song, 10/10 & added to favorites ;)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Nice job

Nice job but try to remove most of the rests :)

Mrmilkcarton responds:

The rests are there for transitioning and tension. I don't think it would flow too well if it didn't pause every so often.