This music feels like it is telling a subtle sad tale of someone's or something's unnoticed tragedy. However cruel it is, the person or thing will still persevere on to attain happiness. It is like what an anime character, a mother said about her son, "As long as he's alive, he will still have the chance to obtain happiness."
That's a nice interpretation of the piece :D!
Thank you for the review!
you know exactly how to bring a feeling in the music.
keep it up!
Thanks a million joerdy!
I'm happy you liked it :D
I'll do my best to keep it up XD
It's very pretty and atmospheric and pensive. The reverb really adds a lot to the piece. Reminds me of rain. ^_^ The pensive and intellectual mood is what I really like about this piece. The progression is good, but maybe it could have used a little more dynamic contrast (at the same time, it is a loop though, so I'm willing to excuse that). ;) It loops well as it is, but I think I would've left a couple of beats extra at the end, just to create a more dramatic revelation when you hear the pick-up at :00 again. :) Excellent work, though, LSD! Keep it up! :D
I think I'm getting closer to understanding how much reverb I should use. But maybe not, as I always end up thinking; "let's add a ton!"...
This piece probably would've looked entirely differently had I actually played it on my piano. I was pretty lazy this time though, so I sat by my computer late at night and dotten in some stuff there instead. The version I actually play is much simpler, although this is not even that difficult a piece. I just haven't memorized all the weird variations on the chords, so I use standard versions instead XD
You are totally right about the extra beats. I actually had a more fitting ending (a few more hits and then silence) for the piece at first, but I decided to delete it, as making this into a loop was far too easy :p
(Lazy me... Oh well; it's still a WIP XD)
Thanks for your review!!! :'D!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i feel like this could go in a final fantasy game
You might well be right. Nobuo Uematsu is a big inspiration of mine, and has influenced my style a lot ;)
Lovin it, dude! Can't wait to see where this one goes. Really digging the four successive hits on the left hand thing (you can probably tell I don't really know a lot about composition lol). Only little thing that I think could've been brushed on in this was the hammers on some parts of the piano, which seemed like they were hitting a little too hard. I'm thinking a little notch EQ would do the trick.
Nothing much else to say about this one. It's pretty great, and I will be looking forward to the finished work!
Thanks Joshua! :'D
I think I know what you mean about the left hand, It's pretty often used in orchestral arrangements (or so I've noticed). Don't worry; I know next to nothing about music theory o.O
The piano should definitely be EQ'ed, as I haven't even done that yet :p
(I secretly figured that if I left it like this, people would give me good tips on how to EQ it, muahahahahahahahahhaha >:D).
I hope the finished work won't be disappointing, whenever it is done XD
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.