Whoever votes this low is a fool.
Why this music gets a vote of 5 from me:
This person gets the drive of music right in this track.
Music is supposed to be about the atmosphere, to either encapsulate a vision completely, or to create a vision that does not normally exist. This song is perfect for both means.
Why this review gives it a 7 out of 10:
I do pay heed, however, to a couple of messed up instrumental sections. One is of a nearly out-of-place (at first) clarinet a 1:58, which later on deserves the place it has.
The other part is the piano at 3:37. It should have stayed wound down, rather than a sudden twist upwards for ten seconds. That was jarring and unnecessary.
Whoever votes less than 3 on this is a fool. That is the minimum it deserves, because it's a good track, despite the flaws that it does have.
Good day to you all.
-Kaffe Kane, loljudge Productions
Thank you, your review totally makes my day :)
About that woodwind sound, it might indeed have appeared a little more naturally I think... The ending originally had a crescendo cymbal, too, so this is already "reduced", but I can understand how it is "surprising" in a negative way - I just felt the urge to build a little climax there, because I feared the slow and quiet atmosphere might become boring :D
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