Midsummer requiem

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May 7, 2017 | 9:01 AM EDT
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3.1 MB
2 min 59 sec
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0 / 5.00

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requiem
intense
midsummer

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another thing

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TR4NC3BOYTR4NC3BOY

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

The progression is much better this time around :)
thou a little work on the melody ir required imo.
Keep at it


GXFICH responds:

Thank you i will


KalviterKalviter

Rated 2 / 5 stars

I get the sense this was inspired by that one Resident Evil song. While atonality and very very heavy rubato in and of themselves are fine, and can contribute nicely to an experimental piece, attempting both in one shot is questionable. A lot of what I have to say is heavily contingent upon "I don't know whether this is intentional or not" so next time try to describe what it is you wanted to do with the piece.

It sounds like you're going for a really strange and unhinged atmosphere, which this piece accomplishes with aplomb. I would say however, that at 1:29, after a long and subtle decrease in volume, the sudden jump in volume could be controlled a bit better. Maybe build to it as opposed to immediately reaching it. Several of your instruments appear to clip as well in this area, so ensure you take a look at mixing at some point in the future. You could also benefit from panning your instruments, as having them all centered really detracts from the pieces atmosphere. The outro as well is a bit sudden in volume and rhythm, it might have made more sense to end at 2:49 or 2:52.

It's not my thing but it's definitely interesting. Just remember that even experimental music doesn't escape the obligation of good mixing. Also, explaining your experiment might give it a bit more meaning to others. Keep going though.


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GXFICH responds:

Thank you that was a very helpful reveiw