I though the voiceing suited the theme really well, and that it would make a good track for some of the flash movies I've seen.
contempory, but not overly cheesy.
sweet, thanks for taking the time to review this. i'm glad i entered the contest, my chances are slim but it's still a learning experience. good luck
The production level wasnt bad, but the musicianship was a bit lacking.
Some of the sections dragged a bit, and you seemed to rely on old fashioned doubled up build ups for almost every breakdown. some of them sounded very bland.
the piece was a bit too long too, a nice 3:30 minute version would've suited better I feel.
Good quality Quartet.
Very good, the quality of the playback is decent and the composing itself shows a good level of competence, did I listen to your other wing quarter? I forget what score I gave it, but this sounds like an 8.
some point, and these don't effect the score:
the author's comment; for god sake man, no need for the life story, explaining every detail of the piece sorts contextualizes the piece before you've even listened to it.
let your music do the talking. if it's good it dosnt need a interpriter writing essays on it and every single minute of it. a big long explanation can suggest that your not as good at communicating through music as you'd like to be and that you need to back it up with long stories. to make sure it;s listened to the right way.
I'm not sure if it was obvious enough from the description, but the narrative that was in the description was posted by a user I don't personally know in my channel named "dicehiggins". The reason why I posted his writing was because I like the idea of "story music", such as Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet. In it, each movement references and symbolizes parts of the story. I think the use of text as something the music is directly referring to is justifiable because it is a collaboration of mediums (story & music, in the case of dicehiggins' description), rather than simply an artificial description of the music. In other words, dicehiggins' description I included here is an optional opportunity to experience the music in a different, collaborative medium between story and song.
Though it was great, keep up the good work, I had a much longer review but my pc just crashed, I just wanted to log back on and register the score.
I was wonding wither I should give a track like this a good a 6 or a 7, then I saw the string of 10s, so 7 it is, a six would look like I hated it!
The track is in every way competent, good quality, good breaks.
Something to work might be ways you could excite the track a bit more. perhaps with a better use of stereo field and perhaps some busier background percs. I find the use of tempo sync'd delay in small quantities is a great way to add richness and bounce to stuff like this.
It already is quiet excellent. well done.
not very good at all.
Dude that wasn't very good at all.
It sounded like a unfinished music project.
The electric guitar seems to be playing in the wrong key and that little motif on the strings isin't strong enough to be played as ofter as it does.
there also dosnt seem to be any post production treatment, mastering or mixing etc. it's all very poor.
It;s not all bad, a piece like this could work along with some other short pieces as a set of mood themes for a computer game or some such, this particular piece coudl be the "quick, the temple is collapsing we gotta get out" sorta track, but that's about the only job I could think for such a piece of music, and at that, only after you've sorted out that guitar.
As it is now it's a technical fail,
sort the guitar out it could be a 3 or 4, flesh it out a bit and improve post production it could reach a 5,6 or 7
howe dose i muzik?
I like the beginning.
I though the beginning had great atmosphere. I could see this being used as soundtrack music. Nicely done.
Thanks man! :)
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