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Old 2004-02-23, 14:18
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The Beauty of a Sine Wave - all feedback welcome.

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Old 2004-02-23, 15:59
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BEAUTIFUL INDEED

Wowee! Just heard the hi-fi stream. I'm downloading the rps file ASAP. It's so moody. Kind of reminds me of those old music chests. But of course, this sounds way way better. Great work with the reverb effects. Tally it up as another fine work of art, my friend.
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Old 2004-02-23, 17:45
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Old 2004-02-23, 23:09
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CHEERS! (n/t)

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Old 2004-02-23, 16:02
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Re: The Beauty of a Sine Wave - all feedback welcome.


I like it a lot. The melodies are beautiful and work together perfectly. I was hoping it would build up a little more by the end, but atmospheric music doesn't always really need to have an ending.

It's always great to hear a new track from you.
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Old 2004-02-23, 17:48
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Old 2004-02-23, 21:23
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Re: The Beauty of a Sine Wave - all feedback welcome.

Man, did you draw all them notes in? Thats what I call dedication to a cause.
Sounds like a music box (which i think was the first sequencer invented, I see your thinking 'in order to move foward look back')lol(thats taking the piss by the way).No offence!
Where did the melody come from? i.e just messing about reason or an old idea?

Theres some good ideas in there. Even a snippet of 'stairway to heaven'.
Its not something i'd sit down and listen too but saying that, i have no complaints, its a good piece of music, stripped down to simplicity. How long did the track take? I find spending to much time on a track over complicates things, this is not the case here.

Very different and not what i expected, keep the tracks coming!
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Old 2004-02-23, 21:40
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Old 2004-02-23, 21:40
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Just Sibelius? I mean, could have just -used- Sibelius. n/t

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Old 2004-02-24, 03:11
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Hello Stompp

Beautiful classical music box melody work.

Ever since I've heard your tunes you have poured your schooling of music into your melodies.

The complication of today's fast paced music does not compare to the elaborate melodies of even your tamer music. And the fact that you paste your notes in pretty well says it all on that note.

Now, just one thought Stompp. Perhaps you could dampen the sounds a bit. They are sounding a bit too bright, as if giving away the fact that they are digital.

Cheers Stommp!

P.S. Oh hey Stommp, I listened to your 'it's okay to cry tune' too. That is sure ambient. The organ gives it a haunting character which bonds well with the title. Short but it would certainly fit a movie theme.
 

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