Unite and Conquer (Soundtrack)

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Masoomi
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Unite and Conquer (Soundtrack)

Post by Masoomi » Wed Jul 10, 2019 6:33 pm

Hi,
It's a soundtrack and the first part could be a about a disaster and the second part -from min 00:50- about uniting (rebuilding the houses together or something like people helping each other...)
I made this piece using piano and Iranian instruments ...
All feedback are welcome :)
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Re: Unite and Conquer (Soundtrack)

Post by Early21 » Fri Aug 16, 2019 2:06 am

Hi Massoomi, this is a really nice piece. I love the way you transitioned from 3/4 to 4/4. I also loved the Iranian instruments. I'm assuming you played them? I was also thinking that once you got into 4/4, you could have developed a second melody possibly in a second key to make it longer. This one is worth further investment of your time. Thanks for sharing. I know it's somewhat dead around here, which is too bad, considering such good stuff being posted as yours.
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Re: Unite and Conquer (Soundtrack)

Post by Masoomi » Fri Aug 16, 2019 9:43 am

Early21 wrote:
Fri Aug 16, 2019 2:06 am
Hi Massoomi, this is a really nice piece. I love the way you transitioned from 3/4 to 4/4. I also loved the Iranian instruments. I'm assuming you played them? I was also thinking that once you got into 4/4, you could have developed a second melody possibly in a second key to make it longer. This one is worth further investment of your time. Thanks for sharing. I know it's somewhat dead around here, which is too bad, considering such good stuff being posted as yours.
Hi, I have examined them when my friends would let me touch their instruments but I haven't played them professionally. There are good VSTs that have awesome quality for Iran's instruments. I'm glad you liked my piece, always looking forward to read your views my friend . I did go to a new melody on minute 1:25 and came back to the original melody but I'm assuming you mean a third melody in another key?
Thanks :)

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