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Jul 20, 2011 | 11:48 PM EDT
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1.7 MB
44 sec
4.17 / 5.00

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Rated 4.17 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Hey NG!

I've put a whole day's worth of effort into composing this intro, and about a week's worth just in research.

I think it's a more mature composition than what I've previously writen before and I think it's a great sing of what's to come in the future.

Note that this is just an intro, I'm planning to turn this into somewhat of a whole 10 minute Epic, and I need other people's opinion first: Does this sound more jazzy or classical? I've taken the theory off a jazz theory site, but at this level of theory, jazz and classical is pretty similar.

Please Rate, Review, Comment and Enjoy!

Tech Stuff:
-Sibelius 1.4 (Composition and Editing)
-Propellerhead Reason 5.0 (Mixing, Mastering and Editing)
-WAV MP3 Converter (Conversion)

Samuel Hébert



Rated 4 / 5 stars


I'm really impressed by this intro... It better lead into one hell of a song! Haha. Great chords, timing, dynamics, etc. Looking forward to hearing it finished!

camoshark responds:

Thanks a lot!

I'll make sure the rest of the song'll be up for par!

Samuel Hébert


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I'd say it's far more jazzy than classical. If only due to the quality of the chords and instrumentation. I love it. Kinda like a pat metheny epic, especially towards the end. The guitar thing sounds quite wack though. I'd use a softer sound if I were you. Anyway keep going and finish the 10 minute song!

camoshark responds:

Thank you so much for the kind words, and I couldn't be more flattered to be compared to the Pat, he's my main source of inspiration!

As for the guitar, I'm trying to find the appropriate transition between the first and second passages, and that's why it's a bit wierd in the middle...

Also, it's the best sound that combines clear harmony and the least high frequencies I could find, though maybe I should look into electric guitars...

I'll definitely keep on working, it seems I'm going in the good direction!

Samuel Hébert


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Right on, dude!

Definitely, definitely, definitely jazz. It has a lot of potential, I'd like to see what the end product ends up being. Also, the more advanced into theory you get, the more classical and jazz begin to diverge. They really are two completely different approaches to music.

camoshark responds:

Thanks for the review!

I see people see more differences than I do between the two, I'll follow your opinion on the subject.

Samuel Hébert