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This is my entry to the 2012 Represent a Country competition.

Ireland is depicted here, the notes behind this composition can be found here:

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lol funny, this was submittedfor a contest, and now it is being reviewed in relation to another contest - the JAN 2019 NAC- honouring the greats hahaha :P

great acoustic and singing you got going on there man - I love the medieval marching band tune thing that does on in the second half - I picture midgets running around safety dance style :P

then it sloooows down - and it turns into a saucy clipping mess that I can only imagine is in a tavern with a buncha drunken sailors lol..

good job, the clipping docks you a few points though lol.. 4 outta 5 :P

-shawn (Chronamut)-

Some syncing issues on the group vox, and occasional peaking, but really could I give a shit? Lyrcis are excellent, research is excellent and interwoven into the work in both intelligent lyrics and stylistic writing, part writing is solid, but most of all, its convincingly Irish and an excellent representation of Ireland.

Beauuutiful man, and the best of luck.

Adam-Beilgard responds:

I probably spent more time researching than I did writing, I'm glad it paid off!
As far as the recording goes, off-sync: ok; clipping: bad. I was trying for a 'live' feel with the drinking song and it's rare that a group of drunk men will sing in time and on key. The mastering, however, was rushed. A bit embarrassing, to be sure, I allowed myself the 18th and 19th to finish this, and when I realized he wanted these in before the 19th, I stayed up late to get this in quick.

In the end, I'm still happy with this, I'm glad you liked it. Thanks for the review, good luck to you, as well!

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Mar 19, 2012
3:46 AM EDT
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3 MB
3 min 17 sec

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