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An Arrow That Broke Fate

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Jul 3, 2013 | 12:24 PM EDT
File Info
7.8 MB
2 min 53 sec
4.25 / 5.00

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Rated 4.25 / 5 stars
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594 Plays | 26 Downloads
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Author Comments

- Calamity -

The first track in a few a songs I'll be making. They'll follow the similar style of new age/neoclassical, except more combined with a rock style, but played in classical instruments.

Please drop a comment, it's a great way for me to gain feedback. Who knows, maybe your comment will inspire me to create a new track much quicker! It could even better the following songs that proceed this one! I also do requests. Making an animation, a game or need a collaboration partner? Shoot me a message cause I'm down!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

The ending and looping ability is what ruined the song for me. I know it wasn't designed to be a loop but I'm saying it had a ton of potential to loop, which that isn't a huge deal. The only thing I recommend is the ending being changed from a rapid random series of sounds to something that sounds more similar and equally paced with the rest of the song (slow instead of rapid).

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Calamity4ever responds:

Thanks a lot for the comment man, it means a lot! I was contemplating this song as a loop but I desperately saw the opportunity for a crescendo at the end with some kind of solo, and once writing up the solo I knew a loop would not fit. Thanks :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love this style. I experimented with rock song stuff played by classical instruments a while back but it never really worked. This, on the other hand, works great!
That pizzicato sure does the job of a great lead.
I would actually love to hear this played by a rock band, just to see how it comes out.
Very cool!

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Calamity4ever responds:

Thank you so much for your response, it means a lot =) Originally I wanted this track to be composed in acoustic guitars with one violin, however I'm still a novice at live recording so sequencing the tracks in orchestral instruments seemed to suffice. :)