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Aug 28, 2005 | 12:55 PM EDT
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2.6 MB
1 min 25 sec
4.10 / 5.00

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Chorus-saturated classical-style electric guitar piece; first movement (1 of 3).



Rated 5 / 5 stars


I tried playing all 3 part in order and it sounded very nice. I just want to ask will I be hearing any type of Symphony X from you. Because I love those songs.

TritoneAngel responds:

Thanks for the review man -- and thanks for checkin out the whole thing in order. Really sounds better that way I think. :)

Hell, you don't have to ask me twice for Symphony X-ish songs. I'll get right on that. Love that band.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

This sounds more lighter and smoother!

Sorta like Part two and three. It much more calmer and it has a lighter feeling to it. You really don't hear many songs like this around anymore. This song was light and I enjoyed listening to it. Good job!


TritoneAngel responds:

Thanks a lot man! Since this was the beginning of the song, it serves to set the mood and frame thepiece for what is to come in the second movement, and lay out the groundwork for the ending. Definitely a calmer vibe. Glad you liked it man, and thanks for another great review.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good job

You played it well and it sounded very nice.You should do Paganini's Fifth Caprice hehehe.Very nice piece of music you have here.I'm glad you didn't add to much chorus because that would have made it bleed together.Good job I nearly listened to the final movement first hahaha.

Also will I be hearing any really heavy Symphony X type songs out of you?

TritoneAngel responds:

Thanks again for the review dude.

I actually LOVE Symphony X -- possibly my favorite band. I'll see if I can muster up some compositions that sound like them. (I have a couple of midi songs that are heavily drawn from them -- I'll probably play one of them with live guitar to give it a fuller sound. That should probably do it.)

So great to find another person in the universe who likes Symphony X. Really an underappreciated band.