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Apr 14, 2007 | 12:45 PM EDT
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2.3 MB
1 min 41 sec
4.04 / 5.00

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Rated 4.04 / 5 stars
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A short intro I made for a friend's hardcore band.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great Intro!

This is a great intro, reminds me of the beginning of Dawn of the Dead. Deserves my 5.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

more panio nice work

good job!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

not bad

but after 30 seconds or so, it just seems to turn into the same sound over and over. that wasnt too bad a thing since overall its a good sound but its still missing progression/regression.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Not really that original. I'm not aware if this was intentional or not, but the piano line was almost the same as the melody of one of my pieces, so I can't really give you much for originality. Anyway,

1. Instrumentation-
Like stated before, the piano thing with the solo in the beginning was a little bland.

Instruments you used:
Piano- A pianist could play that in their grave. In fact, they'd probably be dying from boredom playing that. Try making it a little more interesting.
Violin- The violin could have used a little more action, something like sixteenth note arpeggios that make a really fast kind of "running from the bad guy" sound.
Viola- No complaints. It had a good texture.
Cello- Too light. I'd love to hear it, but it just gets hidden in between the rest of the viol family.
Voices- A pretty good effect. I'd love to know how you did that.
Reversed piano- Sweet effect.

Instruments that would work well-
Tubular bells- Amazing at creepy stuff like this.
French Horn- My personal favorite instrument. Great for Crescendos.
Staccato Contrabass- Great for sending chills up your spine.

2. Structure:

Couldn't help but feel disappointeds with this song. It needs a crescendo or some form of closure.


Originality- 6
Diversity- 7, the piano line's too repetitive and easily playable.
Clarity- Turn the cello up a little bit.
Effort- 10

Keep it up.

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Rig responds:

Thanks for the thoughtful review!
Yeah, the piano's really simple. But that's the one they wanted. Customer's always right. And the levels ARE kinda iffy, but I mixed this with my headphones.
Considering I whipped this up in 45 minutes while they were recording in the studio, I think it came out pretty well. Thanks again!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is number one on the classical portal..and only 1 review???..This is an amazing reminds me of something like Fall out...where everything is in ruins and a man is just walking around..and then is getting chased by government officials in weird chemical suits..but thats because I want to make a movie like that haha