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mawkeetus-- Syimphoni

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Sep 28, 2006 | 4:00 PM EDT
File Info
2.3 MB
2 min 33 sec
4.00 / 5.00

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Rated 4.00 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

i spent a lot of time into this... it went really smoothly though. my new fav. comment!!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Middle ages!

One thing: The crash is used WAAAYYYY too much. It sound terrible in that sense. The strings don't seem to be mastered, something I would normally take points off for. However, the fuzzy non-mastered sound reminds me of some older middle ages films, and it sounds cool like that. Again, it could have used a bass sound, or else some really deep string sounds, but it's still good.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


neat timpini work! Timpini works excellently for a nice epic drive, i'm sure you agree ;).

Anyways lets talk abit about the song.

The melody flows nicely, you have a lot of neat segments, there were some parts where notes clashed, but you remind me alot of me when I first started so I'm not going to hold that against you.

The strings are pretty neat.

My only qaulm with the piece is the crashes, they sound pretty lousy with the song, because I feel you have them too frequently, and they sound fake enough to confuse them with hi hat.

The song is also fairly washed out sounding, I would suggest some equalizing, bring up the higher frequencies for a sharper sound, especially for those strings. If this doesn't make sense to you, don't worry about it, equalizing is a major pain, and takes many many hours to perfect, I only recently started, so for now, just focus on honing your skill with melodies and structures over technical stuff like that.

Is that a cello I hear in the background chords? You did well with those chords, they provide a good foundation for the song, but on another note they overpower the strings. I think this may be because you have the strings and cello playing in the same octave. Try to lower the cellos an octave, see what happens.

Thats all I can think of for now, really good work ChiRoN. Check out some of my work sometime, i'd appreciate your feedback.

BMC-Audio responds:

wow! that was a lot of advice. all i have to say to this is thanks. thanks for the critisism and time. most peeopple just listen to it and dont bother to critique it. ill be sure to review yours too.