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Apr 22, 2014 | 9:04 AM EDT
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1.9 MB
1 min 32 sec
Score
3.88 / 5.00

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Rated 3.88 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Other - Cinematic
Tags:
horror
poem
soundtrackish

Author Comments

A french poem about love interrupted by crazy laughters and accompied by creepy whisteling and a dodecaphonic piano piece ;) The voice is from "The sounds of rapture-The Soprano" by Soundiron. The main part of the text is from an old french poem ("Ici-bas" by René-François Sully-Prudhomme (1839-1907).The translation is as follows:

"Eternal love...

Here-below, all the lilacs die
All the songs of the birds are short,
I dream of summers that last
forever!

Here-below, the lips touch
leaving nothing of their velvet
I dream of kisses that last
forever!

Here-below, all men mourn
lost friendships or lost loves;
I dream of couples that last
forever!

I fear sleep..."

I hope you like the creepy atmosphere and the irony ;)

Reviews


PrexisPrexis

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Aha! This must be how you found me. :) Similar name.


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Azhthar responds:

You´re right, it´s similar ;) But a bit different in atmosphere.


descaradescara

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not really hearing the piano as 12! But it's a tad hard to determine against the synth. Lovely atmosphere anyway, and great pacing of said piano part.

The cello, however, feels rather meandering and mostly just drones on. I'd love for it to have some lines with more of a direction.



happycrabhappycrab

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hello! The dodecaphonic stuff goes well with making a creepy mood! As far as the mixing.. you might want to ask yourself, which is the in the forefront and which is in the background? In this piece, it sounds like both the vocals and piano are competing for the same space, and the synth to a lesser extent. An idea would be to cut some frequencies from the piano right where the vocals are hitting. That way, it would have more space to be in front. If you wanted the piano in front, I'd probably cut away some higher frequencies away from the voice. Even so, my suggestion is to first mess with the levels to make the instruments quieter.. and the mix more balanced!



KatMaestroKatMaestro

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Eerie and dark. I think the vocals are quite loud but the rest of the track is pretty amazing. Good instrument's mix. Good work on the minimal chords.