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SpaceStage (piano version)

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Uploaded
Dec 28, 2016 | 3:29 PM EST
File Info
Song
1.7 MB
3 min 48 sec
Score
4.00 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.00 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
372 Plays | 19 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Solo Instrument
Tags:
piano
solo

Author Comments

This was the original form of Spacestage. Included in this homemade recording is a middle part that didn't make it into the chiptune. Sorry for the terrible recording of it, but i don't have a cool studio to record my piano in. I still hope you enjoy it though!

Reviews


TaintedLogicTaintedLogic

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I can tell right away that the recording quality isn’t the best, but I enjoy the progression here. The riff at :22 is really catchy and energetic and upbeat, although it does drag on a bit long without much variety, at least rhythmically. The song sounds like a pop song, so I’m intrigued as to why you chose to make it a solo. I appreciated the variety you introduced into the composition at 1:56. I also think you do a good job throughout the piece of making use of the entire frequency range of the instrument, which is a huge plus. I thought the transition at 3:22 was a little rough, though, and the ending came on a bit abruptly. Perhaps you could’ve experimented a little more with dynamics and phrasing, too. Overall, I like the piece a lot. The upbeat mood and fun melodic riffs were my favorite elements of it. Keep at it, my friend! :)

7.5/10


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adaMills responds:

I wanted to write something short and simple to help the people around me to feel music in an alternate time signature. So I created that little riff to help them feel 5/4: simple chord progression in A minor (giving it that Pop-ish sound) that they would be able to feel the function of that extra beat they are not used to hearing. The B section is just a run through modulations, and you're right, I could have tried to make the transition back to the A section a little better. All in all, this piece is for exploratory purposes, sort of an introduction to people who aren't used to hearing different time signatures "feel" them. Thank you so much for taking the time to listen to it though, I really do appreciate any feedback on my pieces.