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This piece for wind ensemble is about continually finding mistakes while attempting to create something flawless.

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this is real nice, i'll use this in my next cartoon



I was just scanning to find some music that I could use in a new webseries about trying to make the best ever videogame by examining where others have gone wrong.

This doesn't quite fit the mood of the scripts, but your description of this track is an eerily accurate match.



wow feels like someone who murder someone special and fells bad for that, but the killer start to kill more people for thath, its like confusin but happens



Interesting stuff. It's got this unusual consonance. The whole mood really implies dissonance, but there's not that much of it. I'm not sure how I feel about the percussive stuff around 1:40. It might be the sound bank you're using.
I do like what's happening at around 2:00 though. It has this captivating feel. Then you start hitting those clusters and the strange pitch modulation, which I'm really digging.

The ostinato bit is really, really cool. But then we come to the bit at about 4:20 which has a really active and whimsical feel. This is probably my favorite part. I really had a good time listening to this. 4.5/5 9/10. Awesome stuff, man.


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Buttersnack responds:

Thanks for your reply! I wrote this a few months ago and I'm certainly always trying to improve the flow of my music. I also strive to make my music strange, so I'm glad that worked!

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Buttersnack
Composer

Listens
920
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Score
4.24 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jul 5, 2013
8:31 PM EDT
Genre
Classical
File Info
Song
5.9 MB
5 min 10 sec
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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.