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Jul 3, 2016 | 3:43 PM EDT
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2.3 MB
1 min 0 sec
2.61 / 5.00

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All the instruments are tuned at 432 Hz.


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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

R4R review following:
This whole minute of audio (I wouldn't mind it being longer :P), has the same tendency the whole time. Its start isn't introductory, and the end is somewhat abrupt. The beautiful thing in orchestas is that cadence, the different rhythms of the instruments, the layers and variation, which all make a song interesting. I recommend trying out using contrast more often, especially in classical music. Try varying the overall volume of the song. Humanise notes, let them not all be perfectly in sync, and let them play at different velocities.

To me this sounds like a Zelda like video game background song. It's there, and it's a bit flat. Try using some more different chords, to create an emotional tension.

It's really good, but for a classical song, it needs a bit more advanced applications of music theory and humanisation. This is what I found after comparing the song with its title. I know it's mainly personal interpretation and taste, but I hope this review helps.

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Kazamy responds:

Hi! First of all, thank you for your review. It's very detailed, I really appreciate it n.n .

Well, I never learned composition or music theory anywhere x.x . I just started this year experimenting on FL Studio as a hobby, thats why my tracks are approximately one minute long. I know that my songs have falls and modest good chords.

About the similarity with a video game background music, I had in my mind that kind of music while making this song. Cinematography, game and anime soundtracks are my favorite type of music and the type of songs that I would like to make :D . I put this track on the classical category because I thought it was the category that best matched this time.