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Jan 14, 2015 | 1:30 AM EST
File Info
12.5 MB
5 min 27 sec
4.59 / 5.00

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Rated 4.59 / 5 stars
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773 Plays | 28 Downloads
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Easy Listening - Classical

Author Comments

I'm actually quite proud of this song, and that's not something I often say. It's decent in length, has a consistent theme, and yet has varying moods.
Though of course my judgement might be clouded as I've been working late with this song.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The composition is good, but I think it needs more variety at the beginning.
I love the change in 02:56, it makes me feel like I'm playing a SNES game like Terranigma or Secret of Mana.

In general the song is great, for me, sounds similar to Super Nintendo's classical and nostalgic songs of my childhood, but need better VSTs maybe. I'll recommend you Symphobia 1, 2 and 3. For pianos Ivory Grand Pianos II.

Keep the good work, cheers from Chile!

PD: Sorry if my english is little wrong, I speak Spanish :3

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rupert484 responds:

Thank you for the review! :) Your English is great!
I'm glad that this song brought back nostalgic experiences for you. I don't have much music theory knowledge so my composition flow is a little different than the average composer and my music has that old video game touch to it.
Thank you for recommending Symphobia. I haven't heard of it, but I'll definitely check it out. :)
Thank you again for the review :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I really like this one. It has a good amount of variation. The little tempo changes at around 2:00 were a really nice touch. (those were tempo changes right?) I thought the last section was a bit weak compared to the rest. Starting from like 3:50 and on. I just feel like it got a bit less focused at parts. It's a very nice song overall

rupert484 responds:

Thank you for the review :) Yeah, those were subtle tempo changes at around 2:00. Glad you picked up on them, as I wasn't sure if they were very noticeable.
At 3:50 on, I was trying to go for a piano solo with the philosophy that the piano was accompaniment and had a chance to shine at the end, but I agree that it sounded pretty weak. I could have handled that better while keeping the focus of the song. I'll keep this in mind!
Thank you again!