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Uploaded
Dec 23, 2005 | 2:14 PM EST
File Info
Song
3.8 MB
3 min 20 sec
Score
3.00 / 5.00

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

Score:
Rated 3.00 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
673 Plays | 244 Downloads
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Author Comments

An attempt at hip-hop style or kind of relative music. It's 3:20 thanks for being patient.

Reviews


Dj-EdxtremeDj-Edxtreme

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

nice (one word summary omg)

what program you use? maybe i can make some thing with the melody if you let me.


LoneEagle responds:

Hey thanks for reviewing back.

I use FL Studio 5. Sure you can use the melody if you wish as long as you credit me for it or put my name somewhere so that people can come and see the original.


MaestroSorrowMaestroSorrow

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing.

I wouldn't say its too hip-hop, I instantly classified it in my brain as classic or classic rock. The melody for the piano is really something great.

In fact I feel this can even be catagorized as trance, if you add a synth pad to it.

Especially when the guitar kicks in. You used a bell or something of that nature when the guitar was going off, it really added some flavour to the piece.

I can understand that because you tried to make a hip-hop piece you utizlied the same melody again and again, as it doesn't make much sense to keep changing it up in that genre.

Also I forgot to mention the other guitar that supports the other guitar, towards the end of the song I believe. At first I thought it was some kind of brass horn, but then I listened some more and realized what it was.

Had my head swaying all the way.

Sorry Leo, you've failed at making it hip-hop (in my opinion), however this tune still is amazing! Then again, every bird learns to fall before they learn to fly, keep at it man, this was a great step.

Volume levels were great.
Track placement was also well done.

5/5 keep them coming.


LoneEagle responds:

The melody is what started it all. That's how 95% of my songs start. I have and old Yamaha PSR-6 keybord that i play on to find good melodies. I usually make fast paced music but when i came up with this melody i saw that it didn't fit in anything fast paced so i decided to try make it hip-hop or what not.

There are no bells in the song, it's the supporting guitar that makes this weird sound when you overlap one note over the next one. Yeah i know i failed at making this type of music, it's pretty hard to make a song when you don't listen to that type of music but hey, like you say: each song is a learning experience. Thanks for the great review.


encarmineencarmine

Rated 4 / 5 stars

a slight dissapointment

the beggining 10 or so sec's mademethink bloody hell this is bloody classic, but then it...went a bit awry then it got pretty damn good with that electric guitar sound.
I think what rang wrong with me is overly repetative slightly..dull? sound moments you had..

anyhow this was a good piece of work, keep it up


LoneEagle responds:

I know what you mean. The best parts of the song to me are : the part with the guitar and the fade out at the end.
I know what you mean by repetitive. It's easier for me to make a melody than a beat. Therefor, my beats are not very good. Also I don't listen to rap/hip hop for that same reason. It's a constant loop of a 4 second beat. So I donn't know good "formulas" i you will for making that kind of music. Thanks for the review as always.