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Dec 27, 2009 | 5:44 PM EST
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3.2 MB
1 min 24 sec
4.11 / 5.00

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Rated 4.11 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Yeah, my second Classical Rock submission for the day. I'm trying to get rid of all of my piano/drum songs that were lurking in the Projects folder. This was made for the Movie Score Collaboration I organised by PenguinSam (Remove spaces - /bbs/topic/1125105/2 ). I know it's cheesy, I know it's short, I know it doesn't use many instruments, but whatever, this was something made in the little spare time that I get nowadays.

I used the usual piano sample - the one from the FluidR3 GM soundfont, along with some downloaded drum samples. It took me a long time getting the drums the right volume, and since I have no clue how to master, I was limited to endlessly twisting the volume knobs until I got the right volume in each sample. I still don't think I did a good job, but I think it's alright anyway. If anyone wants the MIDI file of the piano notes, just tell me ;).

Anyway, enjoy the song, and please vote and comment. I'll respond to every review, and if it's helpful, I'll give you a much more helpful review back. Once again, enjoy, and thanks for listening.

EDIT : Changed the time of a crash cymbal, changed a few note velocities, made the hi-hat quieter and made the piano louder and hopefully less "wavy" as poipoi put it :P.



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Same piano volume wildness again. I don't know how or why you're doing this to me.

There's actually some mildly complex and sensible stuff going on in the piano, sounds like you just drew it into the sequencer though, since it's so heavily quantized. Everything that's going on feels pretty random, like why are you switching between completely different drum patterns every fourth bar, that's disorienting.

Step responds:

"Same piano volume wildness again. I don't know how or why you're doing this to me."

Blame the limiter in the master channel, not the playa.

The reason the drums are changing beat all the time is because I had the same obsession with variety that I have today, except today I make sure the variety makes sense and back then I was like VARIETY VARIETY VARIETY.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This was an incredible song. I think there's nothing wrong with it, it's great, awesome, cool, incredible, and downloaded.

Step responds:

Haha, thank you. I tried to make it as credits-y as possible.
Thanks for reviewing.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Perfect length and satisfying ending, though the last chord could last longer, I think. Downloaded.

Step responds:

Alright, I'll fix that ^^. Guh, the only problems this song has are the small nitpicks :P. Oh well, thanks for the review!


Rated 4 / 5 stars


-the hats became too loud and annoying at 1:05
-enjoyed the tempo slowness at the end
-fits the suming up 'mood'for credits
-the drums were pretty perfect not taking over too much
-as for the piano it sounded a bit too wavy (drunkenly getting louder and softer)

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Step responds:

Thank you for the review. I already fixed the stuff you mentioned:

-Yeah, that's fixed. Actually, the hats were too loud for the whole song. It's weird, but I have a strange tendancy of making my hats too loud...
-Awesome, I usually like adding that tempo change for my endings ^^.
-Glad it does, that's what I was going for ;).
-Alright :D.
-Hm, yeah, there's where my horrible mastering lies. I fixed that too, by making the piano a little louder. Maybe now it's a bit harder to hear the drums, but I think the piano's not drunk anymore XD.

Anyhow, thanks again for the review - everything's fixed and I'll edit this song with the newer version once it's finished rendering.