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Lamp + LB - Interlude

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So. Hello again. You may remember last month I put up a collab between Lublub194 and I, called "L'apres la pluie." Well, guess what? We've done it again!

This time around it's got an epic orchestral rock section in the second half which I'm personally clapping loudly towards Lublub for. Sounds sweet, don't you agree?

Also, this time the title's in English which gives me no chance to butcher the grammar. I'd say it's an all around enjoyable experience :D Have fun, folks!

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This was decebr, kind of dark feeling

Now this was pretty good i thought it was emotional and had a plaesent feel also presented some scary feel kinda like with {GHOSTS} but besides that this was notbad, would have been nice to get more of a darker feel more pushing the edge there but thats just me, and i only say that because it did have a dark feel building up, just something to think about, I liked this and was neat so if anything is gonna be improved, give it a more {DARK} feel you had something going but more would have been cool, anyways nice job.

As mentioned in the review, a more darker push would be nice, other then that i thought it was alright.


It's a pretty nice song. I like the beginning very much. Very calm, with a good atmosphere.

I also like the build up of the song. It starts off slow, then a slightly faster part is played, it's slow again and then the amazing last part sets in after only a short transmission.

The worst thing about this song is the sound of the guitar in the last part (if it is supposed to be a guitar, that is). I mean, overall the song sounds awesome, but the sound of that particular instrument destroys it a bit for me.

{ Review Request Club }

Lamplighter responds:

This is one of the first songs I've done where I payed attention to pacing, and only subtly until Lublub came up with the guitar part. And as for the sound of the guitar, it was FL Slayer. Recording an actual guitar was attempted, but issues forced us to edit Slayer as best we could. Hopefully it didn't ruin it too much for you :)

Thanks for the review, my good fellow.

~ Review Request Club ~

The beginning has this really creepy sound to it that it keeps pretty well throughout the entire submission. I think when it speeds up a bit it loses that feeling a little, but it still holds it to some extent. I do like the fact that the speed of the song changes after awhile.

It never really gets repetitive or boring and in my opinion it could really be an universal song. It sounds like something that could be used great with credits or an introduction, but also perhaps a sad scene in a movie as well. Pretty good job all around.

~ Review Request Club ~

Lamplighter responds:

Merci beaucoup. I'd love to see this in a movie... at least I hope it'll get spread around enough to be used in a flash on here. That would be swell :)

Good pacing

I think that there is certainly something more than a little mournful and / or creepy about this. The way that the character envisioned here can be standing in a churchyard, or a hospital waiting room is very tangible and I feel that there is a definite sense that there will be loss to deal with soon for this protagonist.

I love the fact that the pace of the whole piece changes throughout, as if there are slivers of hope, as opposed to it just being a straight downhill ride. You've even got it looping well, which is a nice thing to experience, especially with a tune that effectively stops.

I think that at the start / finish, you could have given us something like a rain shower, just to add effect there, but that might be going a little far for the emotional side of things, like November Rain, by Guns 'n' Roses. The piano was subtly played and it didn't take over, like I felt it was going to at some point. With how you've played this through, you've got a nice sounding piece all told and it really does convey a really powerful emotional piece.

[Review Request Club]

Lamplighter responds:

I think you're the first to share a vision about the song, and I'm happy to hear that there's more than just the music people are experiencing here.

Also... I never think of sound effects until after the piece is finished. I'll definitely consider rain the next time a song similar to this pops into my head, because that's a good idea.

I appreciate you leaving your opinions!


I love it, it really got me into a depressing mood though......
The piano was very good, creative and really fit in with the whole layout of the song which is quite hard to do. I see you added a second piano beat in the beginning, thhat was unique.
Guitars, in a classical song? Awesome! The riffs were great, I've never heard, in my life, giutar in classical, especially rock, I loved it from beginning to end.
The bells that were added were great and they really complimented the whole creepy layout of the song. The techno-ish effects were cool, again very unique.

-Review Request Club-

Lamplighter responds:

Nothing like a good depressing song every once in a while, right?

Seems to me like you think this tune's a unique one! It sounds normal enough to me, but you're right. I don't hear guitars in classical music often, even in this more modern-style orchestral stuff. I'm not positive what you mean about techno-ish effects, but if you meant the bass synth near the beginning and possibly the bongos... then yep. You don't hear those that often, either.

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4.50 / 5.00

Feb 1, 2010
9:24 PM EST
File Info
5.2 MB
2 min 51 sec

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