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Confrontation Out At Sea

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Every good captian goes down with his ship.
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Uploaded: Aug 08, 2006 - 01:37:24 PM
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The Orbiting said 4692 days ago (August 12th, 2006)
Not only is the composition terrific, evoking the title of the piece quite
dramatically, but the mix is just wonderful. The clarity and balance of
all the different parts is just handled so well.

If you played all of these instruments yourself, I'm going to have to
keel over dead. Actually, I may need to do that anyway, because if
they're midi, you've done an unbelievable job of making them sound

Congrats on a great piece.
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said 4691 days ago (August 13th, 2006)
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Wildcat said 4690 days ago (August 14th, 2006)
Exiting Story
This is an exiting Story told by music.I am impressed from this work.
From beginning to the end it fits in the line.
How did you do it?
Are these all Midi-instruments?
Really a good Track!

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Einarus said 4690 days ago (August 14th, 2006)
Klaus Badelt-ish
This really makes me think of Klaus Badelt's work on Pirates of the
Caribbean. (The first movie, that is - the second is Hans Zimmer's
Nice composition and good arrangement - but the quality of the
sounds are holding it back. I also could've used a bit more power in
some places but I guess that problem goes with the software
But nontheless a really nice piece and with the proper instruments/
equipment this could easily belong in some piratey, adventure-at-sea
type movie.

Very nice!

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RickB1 said 4690 days ago (August 14th, 2006)
Nicely done!!
I like the voices in the introduction--the chord progression is
intriguing as it leads into the forceful brass ensemble punctuated with
light strings and cymbals. The "interlude: reintroduces the voices and a
chord progression that is reflective and somber, perhaps reflecting a
gathering of momentum or determination. Then the strings punctuate
that emotion, ultimately giving way to a driven, fast-paced scene that
evokes action and combat.

I love the reintroduction of the voices at the end with the held bass

My only constructive criticism would be that this piece holds so much
interest and is such a wonderful "painting" that I would spend a little
more time tweaking instruments to sound a bit more spacious,
particularly in the fast section where it begins to sound a little too
much like computer-assisted music and less natural and flowing.
That's it, though. I really enjoyed this piece, loved the scene it evoked,
and found it to hold my interest with some great chord progressions
and changes in tempo-- and tasteful use of the choral voices. looking
forward to more!!
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AEROjet said 4686 days ago (August 18th, 2006)
This is true drama
Hey, I bet you love garageband's jam pack 4. You've got a good sence of
how to use music theroy to communicate. Either you've listened to scores
your whole life and studied them or you've taken college classes, because
the drama you produce is real. When you have a cymbal crash, I suggest
you add a bass drum underneath it for more emphasis. Otherwise you
might consider adding an ocean soundscape track, just for fun!
Catch you later..
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seamus said 4430 days ago (May 1st, 2007)
So appropiate
Your music is so much in line with the series called "Victory at sea" from WW2
Great rendition
jefferson987 said 4421 days ago (May 10th, 2007)
Really?, I'll have to check that out.
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