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Nov 25, 2011 | 3:07 PM EST
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5.3 MB
2 min 20 sec
4.08 / 5.00

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Rated 4.08 / 5 stars
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Done this thanks to the request of GreyCrosshound, thanks ^^
I'm not sure if the part where the drums come is really doing a well job... but, well, I wish I came up with the piano of the last part in the first place... anyways, I could write a new song starting from that piano... I may even try it if not other project goes too well...
Anyways, I hope you like it :D



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

this is awesome!

I do the same thing as you from time to time. Either use unfamilar words, or words from another language when making a song. Now about the song itself!

*The beginning is awesome. The use of the bell and the instruments are amazing The composure of that is amazing. reallly set the mood of lost being lost.
*When the guitars come in, it still has that feeling of "lost" but it sounds more adventureous. I like that.
*This would make a great ending theme! I would soooo like to use this for the animation I am gonna make next year.

Nice job as usual Kreos =)

(ClimbLadders) 5/5

Kreos responds:

Thank you (: it's good to see another review of yours ^^


Rated 4 / 5 stars


The sense of 'loss', as Draganoth said, is definitely there. But why did you use the Dutch word for 'lost' as the title for this piece? Not that it's a bad thing, it's just a bit strange to see something in my own language on an international website =p

The first few moments are brilliantly mastered. You really get 'sucked' in at the beginning. Everything sounds nice and clear and the instruments are well balanced. However, after that (at around 00:35 and on) it doesn't sound as good in terms of mastering. It doesn't really capture the same 'surrounding' feeling of the first beginning. Perhaps some more panning/equalizing is needed here. (I listened to this with my headphones on, by the way.)

Apart from that, I can hear a bit of clipping when the drums kick in, which is something you should avoid at all costs. Implementing the drums was a good idea, but you should work a bit more on making them fit in the overall mix. Also, the guitar part doesn't sound quite as realistic as one could hope for, but that isn't a huge issue. If your DAW is capable of loading VSTis, RealLPC by MusicLab is the way to go if you combine it with an amplifier VST such as Guitar Rig. That's just a small suggestion though ;)

There's a lot of variety in here, which is good. The melodies are well thought of and harmony is good as well. As I said in the beginning, the sense of 'loss' is really captured here, and overall, it makes for a fine piece of music. Not really a lot I can say here, apart from the fact that I just like it a lot =p

All in all, 8/10 and 4/5 ;)

Keep up the good work!

Kreos responds:

Well, I've chosen the Dutch word for "Lost" because there was probably already a piece of music with the title "Lost" here, but I also like picking different languages for the titles (so far I choose dutch, english, italian, japanese, latin, spanish; not that I know them, but I've done a little search... taking the risk of making mistakes when picking titles).

Well, I don't really know anything about mastering... but I'm going to (soon or later) take interest on it as I will need to do more quality pieces.

I saw one peak in the drums part, and hear a kind of clipping when they're just entering (yet I don't know why, the audio doesn't really peak). I'm going to check those VSTi out if I can :D

I'm glad you liked it ^-^


Rated 5 / 5 stars


NICe WORK DUDE! better than i had hoped

Kreos responds:

Whoa, thank you man! :D


Rated 4 / 5 stars


It sounds great. I'd be great for a part of a movie or something where a guy loses his dearest love or something. And by the way, do you mean "Verloren" as in the Dutch translation? Because then I got the idea right. [I'm dutch. That's why I ask :P]

Kreos responds:

Yes I meant it ^^ I don't speak it yet (I wish I could, although I never get to read anything because of lack of will). Thanks :D you got the meaning of the song right also then *-* I'm really glad about it :D