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Last Caravan

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Author Comments

I tried hard this time to mimic the actual playing style of studio orchestras. This one has an ethnic feel but I think it can provide many diverse visuals. I hope you enjoy.

Reviews


Wow.

Can't say anything but amazing. You've got talent!



Stunning!

Gotta love this! Your compositions are always superb and im always stunned at how well you do this stuff.

It's fantastically dramatic.


D3vilsheep responds:

I'm flattered. Thanks Peter!


This is extremely good, like all your other songs

I have my eye on you now... I'll be keenly looking out for new work from you.

thanks!



Amazing!

I saw your post on the front page and decided to check out your music to see if the quality you implied was actually evident, and I can say without a doubt you have exceeded my expectations. Hearing the beginning, I was expecting a slow piece with only slight variation, but as the song progressed, I heard bangs and crashes of cymbals matching up perfectly with the building music. Well done! I'm gonna go check out your other stuff. :D



Great song.

Where did you get that harp-ish lute-y sound? It's so delicate and good. Also, buildup was great, the length wasn't too long, and not too short, a lot of people ruin a buildup. Even the ambient parts are still so powerful yet calm. All this variety is great. And the mastering itself is great, nothing is muddy, everything has it's own section. It truly is just great.


D3vilsheep responds:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recorder
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esraj
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frame_dr um
Those instruments' sounds are sampled recordings from the East West RA library.

The bass recorder and concert harp (EWQLSO Gold) are the instruments in the beginning. You first hear the esraj most prominently when it trills around 2:50.

Thank you for your review!

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Credits & Info

D3vilsheep
Author

Listens
2,129
Downloads
171
Votes
152
Score
4.28 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jan 22, 2010
4:09 AM EST
Genre
Classical
File Info
Song
4.7 MB
3 min 49 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.