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Managed to push my way through another song, and I think it turned out pretty well! Let me know what you think!

Of course, if you really like it, you can find the FLAC-quality version over on my Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/openlight

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This is awesome! Reminds me of perseverance lol

OpenLight responds:


youre my favorite artist when i listened perseverance an this is beautiful :')

OpenLight responds:

Thank you!

Really nice, love the strings! =)

OpenLight responds:

Thank you!

I can’t compete with the other guys critisisism, but I can say...

OpenLight responds:

Haha thank you!

Alrighty, so from what I can tell, you're switching more to classical pieces. I'm digging this one with it's arpegiating piano. I love the use of the dominant sevens and use of strings. The Piano melody has some really good feeling to it. You definitely did good with the dynamics too. This a bit of chromaticism to it too. You've used some slight chromatic scales, and it works really well. This has a lot of feeling. I also like the piano and want to use it (seriously what is it :P)

I'm glad you're still doing music, even if your inspiration and whole drive has been lost over time. I think you have some amazing talent.... actually, come to think of it, we should collab sometime. I'll leave that to your choice.

5/5 from me. Well done, dude!

Take care!

OpenLight responds:

Thank you! I'd definitely be interested in collaborating in the future once I can get my groove back, for lack of a better way to put it.

I really appreciate your compliments, both to me and to this song specifically. The name of the piano I used is The Maverick, which Native Instruments sells, though to be honest, I think a lot of free VST pianos could sound just as good as long as you get the reverb to sound right and you mess around with note velocity to give it some depth and replicate the sound of a person playing on a real piano.

Again, thank you! I appreciate your quick review!

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4.59 / 5.00

Nov 13, 2018
3:40 PM EST
File Info
7.8 MB
3 min 25 sec

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