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Dancing in Key Dancing in Key

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This was improvised?

For improvision, this was really impressive. The melody was very melow and flowing. It progressed like a peice that took some time to write. Thumbs up, really, glad I listened to it!


MilkMan-Dan responds:

Well hey, I'm glad you listened to it too. Thanx for taking the time to listen. :)


_-=[Bitter Sweet Harp]=-_ _-=[Bitter Sweet Harp]=-_

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Deliciously Atmospheric

Now HERE'S something to truly be proud of - I was really impressed with the overall presentation, the mood, and the flowing profesional quality of this RPG like song. I loved the dynamics of the harp and its relationship with the ensemble strings and the woodwinds - great use of percusion there too - the percusion/melody paints a setting - kind of like a midnight forest mystique.

Once again though, I can't help but feel that since you knew this was such a good melody you CTR-Ced it a few times and didn't add onto it, which would've made it awsome.


MaestroSorrow responds:

you are right, I didn't much bother with more melody, as I had some other pressing matters to attend to. however the original file we'll be using will be different. Who knows I may post it up here as well.


_-=[Insanity Inside]=-_ _-=[Insanity Inside]=-_

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great progression

I love how the song builds with this same consistency/theme, yet keeps the basic theme in tact. With that said tho, it can feel repetitive in some parts [maybe due to the progression]. Still, I'm impressed!


MaestroSorrow responds:

it is repetitive at parts, but I will come back to this song one day. Currently building this song has put my computer to its LIMITS! Yes my comp sux. My computer failed 5 TIMES when I tried exporting this song, luckily it got through the sixth time.

One day ^__________^...