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    That's pretty cool. I need to get the hang of good "accompaniment," like you have in Seikatsu Shakou. What does that mean, anyway? Is it actually the opening theme to something, or did you just WANT it to be?

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    There it's done for now ~ re-opened.

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    KING OF THE CHOIR Member deathraider's Avatar
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    You still didn't answer my question...but that's a good song too.

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    Oh, Seikatsu Shakou means "Wandering Shadows" or something cheasy like that.

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    Nice spelling. Good job on that winter night saga, though. You got the tune stuck in my head, and it's one that I don't mind. The only comment I have is that it kind of seemed to not have a constant rhythm. Maybe it was just my computer making it skip.

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    Was that "Nice spelling" sarcastic? If it was, I don't like people who do what you just did.

    About the misplaced rhythm, it's not the computer's fault, it's me who can't handle syncronising.

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    You don't like sarcasm?!?!?!?! You must HATE me then! My whole family is sarcastic! And yes, it was sarcasm. You spelled cheesy wrong.

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    Winter Night Saga sounds pretty cool - the 1st part of the overdriven guitar theme reminds me of Chrono Cross a bit though, and the acoustic guitar kinds of remind me of the style of music from Kaze no Yojimbo (ie, nu-Western, if there's such a genre ). The mixing is done pretty clearly, though the electric guitar parts could be turned up more when it's playing the theme. It's also a bit repetitive (the contrasting section was pretty short) - it kinda feels like a theme and variations piece, though variation is done mostly through instrumentation rather than counterpoint. What is the background for piece, might I ask?

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    I added Alphonse Nguyen's (Al's) recording of my Nocturn in C# minor. Thank you so much for recording it Al!

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    aww, it really does sounds nocturn-ish! great job again Noir
    The gentle melody and accompany... I could imagine playing a song like this on the piano at night anytime.
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    You're welcome, it was my pleasure to record such a nice song =)

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    Aw, thanks! ^^; Your recording made it better though ~ You added the feeling I was looking for, which couldn't be found in a digital mp3 conversion.

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