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Suspenseful, paced pursuit and climax.
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Uploaded: Apr 23, 2009 - 12:13:54 AM
Last Updated: Aug 21, 2009 - 12:04:56 PM Last Played: Jun 17, 2019 - 09:06:42 AM
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timothy devine said 3736 days ago (April 23rd, 2009)
great score
perfect genre
you tell a great story
deep
capturing
loved it twice
to short
peace
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Studio_E said 3735 days ago (April 23rd, 2009)
Tim
Thanks for taking the time. Longer stuff comming.

Stephen
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Feter said 3736 days ago (April 23rd, 2009)
Inevitable
How deep are horns this is majistic ..very effective
very nicely written ...great drums and strings ..sound
so tense I like it ....well done ...thnx alot for sharin !!!!
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Studio_E said 3735 days ago (April 23rd, 2009)
Thank you Feter
For another listen and appreciative comments. No matter where one hides, you will find them, you listen to everything!

Thanks,
Stephen
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Parichayaka said 3736 days ago (April 23rd, 2009)
Very talented
You can tell right away when somebody's got an intuitive feeling and talent for translating emotions into music. Not to speak of your other skills that go into making this kind of music. All your posts I've listened to so far have such an evocative and inspiring quality to them. I've noticed that some of them are short (right length for a particular scene of course, but less than 3 minutes) and quite intense in terms of 'layering', I could imagine that experimenting with a slower buildup and pacing yourself when you layer the various instruments would add transparency and space to your compositions. It's one of the trickiest but most rewarding exercises in composing or arranging I find.

Really nice to have another great soundtrack talent on this site. Make sure you check out people like Futzpucker, Einarus, Cameron, Composerclark and MissChaos to name a few (and yes, there are many more) of my personal inspirations here. I'm sure they'll appreciate your music as much as I do.
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Studio_E said 3736 days ago (April 23rd, 2009)
Thank You
I am especially thrilled that you took the time to comment. Even better, that you have given me sound advice. I so respect your opinion and love your music. I am going to have to break out a little at some point and do a more refined work. Most of what I have done here is really rather like a sampler.
With deep appreciation,
Stephen
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davisamerica said 3736 days ago (April 23rd, 2009)
stephen
really great job man
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Studio_E said 3736 days ago (April 23rd, 2009)
Jack
Thanks a lot man. You really make the rounds don't you?

Stephen
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SmokeyVW said 3735 days ago (April 23rd, 2009)
yes
i like how you're making good use of many of the instruments in the orchestra. even the percussion!

thanks
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Studio_E said 3732 days ago (April 26th, 2009)
Thanks
trying to use more of the orchestra.
Stephen
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MarkHolbrook said 3734 days ago (April 24th, 2009)
Way over my head
in trying to critique anything like this... All I can say is I love it!
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Studio_E said 3732 days ago (April 26th, 2009)
Mark
Thanks. Any comments you make are valid as a listener. You know what you like and what your ears tell you. Both may be subjective, but I still appreciate whatever you hear.
With appreciation,
Stephen
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VicDiesel said 3733 days ago (April 26th, 2009)
Really cool stuff
You have some great sounds here, and you're completely in control of the dense texture. Very good.

Small comment: I can tell that you're using Logic from the little echo in the beginning of the piece. Annoying, isn't it? I always rewind my song a few bars before I bounce.

Bigger comment: you probably want this song to build up? It feels the wrong way around. It starts with a rhythm that has a strong quarter note pulse, then it gets to a half note pulse, and then that becomes weaker. So the track feels like it's winding down, rather than picking up. Is how it feels to me.

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Studio_E said 3732 days ago (April 26th, 2009)
Right
I should have listened to the bounce before I posted (Duh!). I think your ear is a lot more sophisticated than mine. I heard something that bothered me but I could not figure out what it was. at fist I thought it was too busy toward the end so I made it simpler. However, you may be onto what it is. Tempo and pace. I have to think about this.
Thanks for a great comment,
Stephen
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dajama said 3729 days ago (April 29th, 2009)
Very cool
It has the cinematic vibe which I think you're aiming for. The sounds are really solid, and there is a great sense of tension as the track builds. Not really qualified to offer much more than that it's really affecting and strong. Nicely done, man. Peace.
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kassia said 3625 days ago (August 12th, 2009)
Inevitable
Excellent composition full of emotion and tension. Your sound choices are perfect. I think both Parichayaka and VicDeisel have give some great suggestions here. Another way to really help a build is to vary your dynamics. This piece seemed to stay at pretty much the same dynamic all the way through. I think swapping those drum beats around and maybe being a little more gradual in adding layers would really help this grow in many many ways. One of my favorite pieces of the composition puzzle is using fading and making each entrance/exit as effective as it can be. This is a wonderful piece of cinematic orchestration and the sounds you are getting from your software are incredible. Can't wait to hear more!
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Char said 3470 days ago (January 13th, 2010)
Starts off really bold.
I get a sense of hopelessness, inevitability. Thanks.
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