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Aug 31, 2012 | 4:25 PM EDT
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5.9 MB
2 min 35 sec
4.34 / 5.00

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I didn't have enough time to finish this for the Deathmatch competition, but here is what I was able to create in the meantime. I am quite upset, but I'll probably finish this song when I return at the end of this weekend.

I'm actually rushed at this moment because I am scheduled to leave in ten minutes, so let's just say this song was a miracle being produced in such a short amount of time.

Lord help me.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

NGDAM Round 2

It's a shame that you didn't finish this piece. It's biggest strength was your usage of chords in the strings background, it reminds me the "Hollywood sound", more or less like John WIlliams. Melodically, however, I felt that this song didn't go very far.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Bosa, this is beautiful...The swelling strings and haunting oboe paint such a smooth, lovely picture. The piece is very simple but manages to fulfill with colorful orchestration and fantastic chord voicings.

It is a bit hard for me to swallow the chord change at 1:20 due to its jarring nature. After listening to this a few times it will seem normal, but it jumped out at me on first hearing. I was a bit sad about the ending. I know this is not finished, but a temporary ending would have been nice. That's what I ended up doing for my submission.

I must add that despite the jarring chord change at 1:20, I love the rising line the follows. It sets up a lovely climax from which the remainder of the piece descends.

What orchestral samples are you using?

Love this. Can't wait to hear it finished.

Bosa responds:

Yes, I was very disappointed with the ending as well. But I was literally racing against time and had about twenty minutes to submit this song for the contest. I wish I had been in better circumstances. I may move on, but more than likely I'll come back and finish this song if I am motivated appropriately.

I didn't notice the instability you mentioned at 1:20. I know you are more experienced than I am, so it doesn't surprise me that your expertise found the flaw at that point. I really do thank you, and I hope that you will come again and check out my future releases!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Beautiful piece, Bosa.

Bosa responds:

Thank you, Theatr.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

As always, your work is amazing. Well done on this despite the short time period.

Bosa responds:

I appreciate you, Leopardclaw. I'm glad the stress is over.