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Apr 17, 2012 | 7:05 PM EDT
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3.8 MB
5 min 36 sec
3.85 / 5.00

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Rated 3.85 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

So yeah, first song in a while. Let me know what you guys think. Leave reviews and such. <3



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautiful! You're an amazing composer, lvl5! I love your work and think you're a GREAT musician! The piano is beautiful and the trumpet part is so lyrical that is shows emotion without even having a real person play it!

Also, can't Finale export as .wav and .mp3? You shouldn't have to convert from MIDI.

lvl5drummer responds:

Thank you so much! I appreciate that you left such a great review! And it can, just not in the version I used when I made this.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

i loved everything about it. i can appreciate the trumpet because it goes nicely with the (i want to say xylophone but im sure thats not it) but when it breaks into the running rhythms thats where im won over, and the overall rolling sound of the piece is remarkable all in all this is excellent and i found no faults with the tempo change or anything (the sudden drops and rises keep it fresh as far as im concerned)

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lvl5drummer responds:

Thanks, man! It's actually a glockenspiel, so close enough. But i'm glad you liked it so much! Thanks so much, it means a lot!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

The insrument you use for the "twinkle" sound (triangle?) would likely sound better if you let the notes from it last longer and fade gradually rather than abruptly stop as the other instruments take over again.

The trumpet that shows up occasionally does NOT fit with the rest of the tune, it sounds can I describe it... like a rude disruption

I don't like the way this song completely changes from a slow tempo to blazingly fast and then back to slow within a matter of one minute. It's like you're trying to figure out what kind of song you're trying to make, and you gave up on defining one or the other.

lvl5drummer responds:

Thanks for the review man! The twinkle sound is a glockenspiel, just poorly converted from midi. In the finale file, they do sustain and the percussion is actually there. But i can see where you would think the trumpet doesn't fit, however I can assure you that's just the midi conversion. It fits in just fine with the rest of the song. But i'm glad you took your time to review my piece, it means a lot dude! thanks!