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Jun 17, 2014 | 6:06 PM EDT
File Info
3.3 MB
2 min 54 sec
4.00 / 5.00

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Rated 4.00 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This is a general midi styled composition which started from a single, improvised pattern. It is also experimental, as I attempted to study how harmony adds to a piece. Many of the instruments implement chords as a result.

Number of Patches: 14
String Set - Violin - Pizzicato - Brass Set - Trumpet - Trombone - French Horns - Orchestral Kits (Cymbals, Triangles, Tom Toms, Snare Drums) - Synth Strings - Tubular Bells - Piano - Choir Ahh - Reverse Cymbal - Timpani

Most Crucial Patch: Timpani

I cannot identify specifically the tone I had toward this piece, although the mood seems to be one that of generic conflict. What type of conflict is beyond certainty; however, I thought internal conflict sounded fitting. This composition suffered several quirks while I made it, ergo "Harmonic Debasement." I did not get all of them, and I may do so some time, but the quality of this piece is at least permissible.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The percussion sounds a little sloppy at times but I think it's only due to the quality of your VST. Otherwise I really enjoyed the percussion to this piece, very well put together. Very "video-game-esque."

Well done.

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Aisnon-A responds:

I agree. The quality and arrangement of the percussion track is completely due to my mastering and equalizing skills, which are evidently mediocre, if not, sub-par. In any case, the affirmation builds a basis for me, and improving is personal value.

Your review and time is appreciated. Thank you for listening. The feedback will help me for future projects.