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i2 - Sweet Agony

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Author Comments

This is the end result of two hours at Starbucks. What do you think? R/R please. :)


I love Starbucks.

I love the song just as much as I love coffee. And that's saying something! 9/10! And a 5/5 =3

i2abbitz responds:

Haha! Thank you very much for taking the time to review. I had about 3 cups of coffee and 5 cigarettes while making this.


good amount of music happening hear...with extra lead on the main part...I have no idea what im talking about, but the song was sweet, it was great, I listenend to it twice in a row, voted five and left this review with no summary and 9/10 starts while listening to the song again in the backround. then I submitted my revie-

i2abbitz responds:

i've just read your review and am now typing my response. i'd just like to say thank yo-

Very nice!

Loving the piano part, but it does sound a bit too organic for my tastes (not a bad thing). The strings, on the other hand, are extremely surreal; very majestic and melancholic at the same time. Overall a very moody piece, in my opinion. The beginning gave me a strange sense of nostalgia, as if I were standing atop a mountain; reminding myself of the better days. Then that key change comes in and I am once again reminded of how lonely I really am now.

Unfortunately, this piece only lasts just shy of a minute and twenty seconds... I would love to hear an expanded version, though. :)


i2abbitz responds:

Hey, I've posted a longer version of the piece. I hope you like it.


A treat for my Auditorial senses

i2abbitz responds:

And your review is a treat for me.
Thanks for the kind words.


while i lack the techincal diction of the last reviewer, mjttomb, i can say that overall, this was a very pleasing piece of music. i can understand that the horns feel muted, and the cymbals feel half assed, but those are minor things that i think take this from a dramatic piece to background music. this would have a nice home in a very epic/dramatic setting if you brought the single horn to the foreground and made the precussion crisper.

having said that, the melody is very nice, and the piece feels complete. 9/10 5/5

i2abbitz responds:

I very much appreciate this review.
Again, I understand the importance of the crashes in an epic piece.
I want to try and move forward with this piece and see where it takes me with the improvements.
Thanks again!

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Credits & Info


4.06 / 5.00

Jul 21, 2007
6:29 PM EDT
File Info
1.2 MB
1 min 16 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.