|2002/12/10 20:21:59 PST by Aetrus [0/15]
I can only recommend maybe strumming a broken chord for the lead guitar or piano. Temp's suggestion would work well. Add some reverb to the guitars. More for the echo guitar than the lead. BEAUTIFUL flute. Nice string work. Melody and harmony are awesome. Totally high end.
::swears he hears a minor => inverted major switch:: That's my trade mark. I love when other people do that. It rules. ( could be wishing it there. Sounds great either way.
Maybe some vibrato (or more) on the lead guitar if you keep it as a guitar. Try using a two harps! I'd like to at least hear what that would sound like.
I love the more cinematic opening, and execution over all. Very well done, and I think this absolutely beautiful. The strings sound a little blurry and muddy, but that's the sound font no doubt or the encoding. (not likely since its a VBR around 167) That and the guitar sounds a little too percussive and less resonant than it should. The only gripes in sound dept. The flute is mixed well and I like the Celtic flare it has. The strings do flow well for a midi. Very well in fact. though I detect the filter reset. tech term for starting the filter at 0 attack instead of continuing from current attack level. (if that's too technical then IM me or e-mail me for a lesson on Attack Decay Sustain Release [ADSR] filters Any one who wants to know. I'll provide examples)
RIGHT so yeah. this get's the stamp of approval from me so far. Especially if you give the lead guitar or harp plenty of vibrato.
DAMN good peice my friend.