A New Beginning

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Aug 28, 2016 | 4:48 PM EDT
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3.4 MB
2 min 30 sec
4.08 / 5.00

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You may only use this piece for commercial purposes if your work is a web-based game or animation, otherwise you must make specific arrangements with the artist.

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Author Comments

So this is not the normal song I create and put forth onto the audience. This time I am true to myself and who I am, I created this song for the purpose of driven life. I began music with love and passion and it will always be that way. This piece is that love and passion soaked into the melody. Thank you for listening.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A little bit too peaceful for my liking... btw, thanks for scouting me a while back :^)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

sounds good. I like it alot

I picture a bad ass RPG's starting town music

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Phenomenal job dude! I'm honestly blown away by this.

It makes me think of like a starting town in an RPG before a huge quest begins. Keep up the great work!


Rated 5 / 5 stars



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice composition, great playing. Try adding a bit of reverb to your recording to make it sounds more like it's in a real space. Other than that, no critiques of your recording.

I love your little Led Zeppelin-esque scale downs around the 1:23-1:28 mark.

Ending is oddly abrupt, let it ring out with a final chord or something. Put some pinash in it.

So yah, final word, if you want this to sound truly pro: Add a touch of reverb, be careful about it, and slice in a proper ending. Even if it's just a single chord ringing out or something, pretend like you were playing it live for people and give them that extra 'humanness' at the end.

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AcesArco responds:

Hey @Raza,

Thank you so much for the review and criticism; better explained by saying advice. I appreciate criticism that is actually helpful. I think also reverb would give an audience the feel of actually being in a room with me; If I make a next piece, reverb and "space" will definitely be one of my top priorities. Having to capture the sound of having a live audience, instead of making it sound like the guitar is in their ears, I understand what you are saying.