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Another piece with not much in mind but trying to be free and expressive for background music. I also have new software by Spitfire which i'm obsessed with. Feedback and criticism welcome.

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It was cool to hear how you transformed the D to so many tonal/diatonic areas including the parallel related keys; my favorite was the E7.
However, it's kind of a limiting way to write the piece, and as background music the ebbs and flows are nice but lack the kind of movement that makes the scene pop. The middle section of more intensity was a nice departure but it returned to the old style without changing much, when that would be the perfect time to do it.

Nice work.

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Than you. I think I got sucked in by the chord progression and wanted to develop it more and more. Would you say put some of the ending after the 1st part, followed by the middle and then come up with something after that?

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