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Blissful Morning (Opus 15, synthesizer version) written entirely for synthesizers : lead, chord, pulse, EDM basses and a little dose of percussion pad. The piece is written entirely in F major, and was based on the classical version of the composition written for piano, flute, and violoncello. This was an experiment made only to check the capabilities of my software in the electronic music field. The score is borrowed from the classical version. Thank you for listening, any helpful hints and comments!

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I like this one better than the classical one. My gripe with this one is the fact that every note in the piano sound has an added interval of a perfect 5th. This isn't normally a problem, but is where there is an "E" played, it also plays a B natural, which is very NOT F major. I can't recall any times where they clash, but it is a little bit distracting to me. This one has a lot more atmosphere to me and has a kind of overture to a film score kind of vibe. Play with dynamics a little more; it felt kind of stagnant throughout.

Cheers!

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This is nice. I like the sounds you've chosen and how you've orchestrated them. It's got a very joyous feel, and was fun to listen to, despite the lack of a solid bass tone, which would have made it less drony. And for it's length, it needs a solid bass for delineation an motion if nothing else. You're almost there, alluding to it but somehow shying away from it in favor of a drone. But then you bring in other interesting figures, like the 32nd note flurries (I'm guessing cuz the score was blank). And these figures were in a sense wasted because of the lack of a good bass line. But not to worry. It's all fixable, and with only one simple change. And that is to create the bass part using only the notes F, C, Bb (not necessarily in that order) and even D to briefly dip down into the relative minor key. Experiment with this and then remix and then repost. Of course this is what I would do. If you're happy with it, then I would only say to make it shorter.

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On 19.09.2016 at 6:25 PM, Monarcheon said:

I like this one better than the classical one. My gripe with this one is the fact that every note in the piano sound has an added interval of a perfect 5th. This isn't normally a problem, but is where there is an "E" played, it also plays a B natural, which is very NOT F major. I can't recall any times where they clash, but it is a little bit distracting to me. This one has a lot more atmosphere to me and has a kind of overture to a film score kind of vibe. Play with dynamics a little more; it felt kind of stagnant throughout.

Cheers!

 

Thank you for comment and hints! Adding dynamis in my software requires a lots of patience, but it's probably worth trying.

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On 19.09.2016 at 8:07 PM, Ken320 said:

This is nice. I like the sounds you've chosen and how you've orchestrated them. It's got a very joyous feel, and was fun to listen to, despite the lack of a solid bass tone, which would have made it less drony. And for it's length, it needs a solid bass for delineation an motion if nothing else. You're almost there, alluding to it but somehow shying away from it in favor of a drone. But then you bring in other interesting figures, like the 32nd note flurries (I'm guessing cuz the score was blank). And these figures were in a sense wasted because of the lack of a good bass line. But not to worry. It's all fixable, and with only one simple change. And that is to create the bass part using only the notes F, C, Bb (not necessarily in that order) and even D to briefly dip down into the relative minor key. Experiment with this and then remix and then repost. Of course this is what I would do. If you're happy with it, then I would only say to make it shorter.

 

Thank you for kind words! While choosing the sounds, I felt like walking on ice because of my complete lack of experience in that field. I don't think I'll bother myself with this, since I don't plan on going in that musical direction. Thanks again for the comment!

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