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Apr 13, 2007 | 12:41 AM EDT
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558.7 KB
36 sec
3.43 / 5.00

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Rated 3.43 / 5 stars
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663 Plays | 144 Downloads
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Easy Listening - Classical

Author Comments

30 second loop :)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like it

It's happy and upbeat and you used the perfect instruments for something like this.
Well done


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty decent

Obviously suitable for a menu theme or something of the like, or in OST. The instrumnts were also quite realistic. Which program do you use?


Rated 4 / 5 stars


XD. I really really like this melody. It's so damn sweet and playful. It's also a PERFECT loop. There was only the blasted mp3 split second silence that mp3's have, but even that was handled rather well.

Nothing much to say, but so very much to listen to. Well done Meteor! This is a slick loop.

MeteorSuit responds:

Hey thanks a lot. It feels nice to know you appreciate it :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Wow, a long review for just a loop. :O

But it's a GOOD loop. Classical-sounding, and your composing skills really shine here. :D I have to say, great instrument choice, and the melody's great, too.

It's played by... what, a woodwind? I don't think it's an oboe, though... enlighten me on what it is, will you? XD But great instrument choice, very fitting.

I have to point this out - your title, Up and Down, is SO fitting. :D What your strings play at times, UP and DOWN. UP and DOWN. UP and DOWN. UP and DOWN. Etc, etc. Very well-composed and a creative element.

Enough flattery, as much of it as I have for this song, though I suppose you did deserve to know what you did right, for future songs, right? :P But you did pretty much everything right in this song, VERY creative, (can't stress that enough) etc... except for what I'm about to criticize you on.

The only criticism I have for this song is how it ends - yeah, I know it's a loop, but it seems to end on an odd measure - not the 16th of 16, the 8th of 8, or even the 4th of 4. It ends suddenly. I think you cut it at the wrong point... you either should have kept going, or started it at a different point and ended it at a different one. What I'd have done would be to take the first four measures, and put them at the end of the song... that would have made more sense to me. :P

Wow, a long review for such a short song... hey, you deserve it, you're good at this. Keep up the good work. :)

MeteorSuit responds:

About the ending. When you hear it loop correctly (without the pause), there is a flow. It's just the sig. changing back to 4/4. I love you reviews.

ps: It's a bassoon.