*JUDGE REVIEW - MAESTROSORROW*
LoneInsrumentalist's LI Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Originality : 15
Diversity : 16
Clarity : 20
Effort : 18
Melody : 16
Overall : 85 + 3
Starts off with a very basic melody, and yet when the "master" comes in, it becomes so wonderful, so MUCH emotion, amazing.
There were few instruments going on, but as the song progressed, it became more and more diverse, more powerful, and much more complex.
Absolutely no popping, no hissing, no distortion. Waveform was very stable and everything was clear. Top marks here.
I can see you have put in quite a bit of effort into this piece, I can hear it, and I would like to thank you for putting in the effort to make a good piece.
Starts off simple like I stated before, but becomes much more powerful with progression. I liked the twists and you improved the simple song quite drastically.
Overall impression on me:
The story is what really got me, I could imagine just perfectly, a young pupil, playing in front of huge audience, and then the pupil messes up. The pupil's eye grow watery, he messed up so bad, and then this gentle, mentor sits beside him, and begins to play with him. I gave you 3 additional points because the song moved me quite drastically.
The strings then pop in like in a movie, just emphasizing this point.
I am glad you left out any snares and what not, they would not have worked here.
I would have liked to hear a flute in here, you know, a sweet gentle flute just hovering up there, with long extended notes.
The part where it was just the pupil again, was well planned, and how it ended, was also just damn good.
Great stuff LoneInstrumentalist, Thank you for joining the contest and giving us this piece!
Wow, really is great. I will listen and review at the same time.
-The beginning has a simple melody. This does distract from the overall quality of what your piece really does, but it is flawless. That effect at that last note playing it through the first time is cheesy, though funny. I think it should be taken out, but at the same time, I can see why you put it there. It helps with transition. And the effect helps later on in the music.
-After the second time, and with what seems like a duet-thing going with two melodies inter-twining, you begin with the backround strings. It makes it seem cartoony-imperial-castle like, something like Super Mario. The strings give it added depth, though it would be nice if it were deeper.
-It went back to just piano, a great transition. The strings come back in to stride on through to the end. Another great transition. The piano ending with some frech horns (i think, correct if wrong) is great, gives a deep ending.
-Overall, this is a great victory song with some hints of classical composition. Keep it up!
its supposed to be a kid playing on stage, stuffed up, panic, n the real perfomer coming in to help the kid
so i thought it was natural to throw it off, to imitate an amateur :/
sorry i didnt mention in comments, i didnt kno wat to put there at that time
judging by the song title. Wow your cool.
the beginning kinda throws you off to how good the song is.
clearly all things aside this song is prolly meant to give people the impression that this person doesn't give a shit about this contest
but during the middle it gets really interesting
however it does sound like you ripped off the end credits of super mario RPG when it starts up.