Judgement (classical music)

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Kraku
KVRian
1408 posts since 13 Oct, 2003 from Prague, Czech Republic

Post Sun Mar 14, 2010 4:21 am

This time I made classical music.

Judgement

Gear used:
- Logic Pro 9
- East West Symphonic Orchestra

Mumbai
KVRist
34 posts since 5 Jun, 2005

Post Sun Mar 14, 2010 4:36 am

Like it, nice smooth movement. Good mood for the end of winter. Thanks!

D.H. Miltz
D.H. MOD
11777 posts since 21 Jun, 2008

Post Tue Mar 16, 2010 1:32 am

Nice. I enjoyed this. Thank you.

Kraku
KVRian
1408 posts since 13 Oct, 2003 from Prague, Czech Republic

Post Thu Mar 18, 2010 9:31 am

Glad that you liked it! :) Thanks for the comments!

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KVRAF
4781 posts since 5 Aug, 2006 from UK - Here!

Post Thu Mar 18, 2010 11:33 am

I enjoyed this, but as a classical piece I didn't feel it really led anywhere, and the end came a bit unexpectedly.
It wasn't me! (well, actually, it probably was)

PurpleCatfishBettie
KVRAF
3259 posts since 22 Jul, 2009

Post Thu Mar 18, 2010 11:58 pm

This is beautiful.

The only thing i might add, would be to put in a bit of 'stepwise movement' here and there. A very simple version of this would be; say you have a iiº at some point; enter the chord from an entirely sharp or flat position, then slide into the iiº proper; ie, if you were in 'A minor,' slide into bdf from cd#f#, or a#c#e.

Also, maybe here and there, substitute IV for iv, or #viºmin7 for a straight VI.

And as it is, you are already doing a couple of interesting things. In particular are; the brief modulation into seemingly 'Major' (can't suss out the specifics with my ear), and the apparent move from the 7 note to the #7 at certain points.

Be that as it may, this sort of reminds me of Eleanor Rigby.

Keep it up!

Kraku
KVRian
1408 posts since 13 Oct, 2003 from Prague, Czech Republic

Post Fri Mar 19, 2010 8:45 am

mrblitz000 wrote:This is beautiful.

The only thing i might add, would be to put in a bit of 'stepwise movement' here and there. A very simple version of this would be; say you have a iiº at some point; enter the chord from an entirely sharp or flat position, then slide into the iiº proper; ie, if you were in 'A minor,' slide into bdf from cd#f#, or a#c#e.

Also, maybe here and there, substitute IV for iv, or #viºmin7 for a straight VI.

And as it is, you are already doing a couple of interesting things. In particular are; the brief modulation into seemingly 'Major' (can't suss out the specifics with my ear), and the apparent move from the 7 note to the #7 at certain points.

Be that as it may, this sort of reminds me of Eleanor Rigby.

Keep it up!
Stepwise movement I understand but the rest of the music theory stuff goes a bit over my head since I haven't really studied that part of making music. I'll check out what all that meant and try it out :) I do understand the basic chord number (I..VI), but if they're upper/lower-case, then I'm in trouble.

But anyway, great comments. Thanks! I hope I'll learn something from them :)

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