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-:: Seikilos Epitaph ::-

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Uploaded
Jan 21, 2012 | 12:29 AM EST
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Song
8.8 MB
3 min 50 sec
Score
3.42 / 5.00

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Rated 3.42 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

For Samulis's Seikilos epitaph contest.

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Db harmonic, E harmonic (my part). F major, A major and A minor (Seikilos Epitaph). SO instead of Greek music, I turned the whole thing to Celtic... T.T

Yeah but seriously, Seikilos Epitaph sounds much better with Celtic harp than Lyre, lol.

Fucking max poly, I forgot to turn it off, Hollywood strings didn't response in some part. Why U No Off Huh Max Poly??! *troll face*

76% done... some more choirs, woodwinds, a lot of mastering and fix teh than max poly. Gonna do those tomorrow.

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Reviews


Back-From-PurgatoryBack-From-Purgatory

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not bad

The overall feel of the song wasn't too bad, but I've got a few complaints.

There was a point at about 0:32 where the strings just sort of cut out... I'm not sure if that was intentional or not, but to me it sounded a lot like your DAW just crapped out and decided to stop rendering sound for a moment.
The entire thing felt very stiff and forced, you did make good use of velocity changes with the strings, but everything else sounded very artificial in both composition and sound, this was most noticeable in the middle section of the song.

The percussion I felt was a little lackluster as well, as I never got the feeling that it blended well with the rest of the music, and it felt more like you just threw in a few hits here and there just to be able to say the song has percussion.

Although disjointed, I can see the effort that went into it, and it'd be great if you improved upon this.


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WingoWinstonWingoWinston

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Definitely needs the choir addition.

This will sound amazing once you add vocals.


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