Awesome work, it would have been awesome that you could have submitted this for the contest. As some people say some errors in the mastering but I really loved the structure is pretty original, and the transitions between instruments felt so natural.
Really good work.
any Crackling and such is Finale's fault for not being 64-bit compatible yet, I swear! XD
I'm glad you liked this. I really try to make my music something other than the run-of-the-mill orchestral you find a lot these days.
Aah...there you are :)
This is so unfortunate that you were not able to submit it. Defo has potential to hold a place in the contest. Yes, there are some glitches and initially I thought its my headphone's fault but its ok as it just requires a simple limiter. And you know I am your "unconditional" fan ;)
yeah, sadly Finale doesn't have a limiter, being a notation program and all. XD
If I end up moving over to a real DAW, I will focus more on production though.
Damn man, this is really good yet again from you samulis. Everything is perfect although the mastering sounded a bit off (or maybe it's just my headphones, but at one point I heard some crackling.) Aside from that, the actual song itself sounded top notch :)
PS: Mind giving my latest work ("A Second Chance") some constructive critiscism? I'd really appreciate it :)
Yeah, I need to work on my mastering a bit... using a notation program doesn't really help with that, ofc. :P
I'll check your piece out tonight!
Its unfortunate that you couldn't get this submitted in time.
I like the darkness of the song but it also seems to me that it's not as serious as it would at first seem. (After looking at the picture) Which is perfect :D
Really enjoyed this one.
Hey man, I'm glad you like it. I wrote it up and then looked at the picture while listening and almost fell over. XD
I see a young John Williams in you...
Excellent flute & string. A little extra addition on string's bass, such as tremolos would be nicer, probably add a more creepy feels.
lol, thanks Waffles.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.