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The Lonely Path



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I decided that rather than try to force this song into a particular mood, I'd develop it and see how it would turn out. So here is the version where I just let the song develop into the genre and mood it wanted to be in. I removed the spooky FX and replaced it with a more subdued beginning to give the impression of a wayfarer resting by the side of the lonely path...

The fx are the only loops, all the rest is composed in notational software and given 'life' with EWQLSO. I think I'm improving when it comes to notated rather than looped music. I'll be doing most of my music in this form from now on, especially seeing as how my massive loop library got lost in the last crash.
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Uploaded: Oct 25, 2008 - 11:24:17 PM
Last Updated: Oct 25, 2008 - 11:29:54 PM Last Played: Jun 11, 2019 - 01:41:45 PM
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Feter said 3919 days ago (October 26th, 2008)
The Lonely Path
This is just amazing my friend ...so touchy and
deep ...very good arrangment ..your style is so
deep in the folk mood which so much what I m into
as well ..dunno this is what I feel and its perfect !!
and yes please stay do the notation work ..thats what
best ..thank you so very much for sharin this gem !!!
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Henke said 3918 days ago (October 26th, 2008)
The game version
was nice and well made too, but of course on an ordinary day I'd prefer this one just for listening. Very well done! I like the sparseness(?) of the few tracks, let each one sink in. Very emotional. Both versions end a bit abruptly, that's my only nit.

Sorry about your crash(es). It seems something good is coming out of it, though :-)


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said 3918 days ago (October 26th, 2008)
This is a very nice composition.

At the beginning, the FX came up in level pretty quickly - it reminded me of the opening of a door to the outside, maybe it was intentional. The end is a little abrupt.

My impression of the instrument voices is that they are a bit synthetic, especially the violin/viola and the human-like voice.

But to finish my unqualified rambling, let me say again that I think this is a nice composition.

. - Harold
fambroski said 3918 days ago (October 26th, 2008)
simple beautiful
Quiet, soft and whispering something...
This piece is simply beautiful.

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kristyjo said 3917 days ago (October 27th, 2008)
Very pretty
Pretty in a melancholy sort of way. I was waiting for your real voice to enter with a short song or spoken word poem. I'm glad to see that you are transitioning to this kind of composition, although I'm sure it was painful to lose your loop library!
I think it would be nice to end with the same fx that you started with, as if the traveler has stopped for a moment, lost in thought, and then rouses herself to continue on her journey, hoping to reach shelter before nightfall . . .
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guitapick said 3915 days ago (October 29th, 2008)
I don't usually...

But this is stunning. Thanks. And thanks for the download, too...

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VicDiesel said 3914 days ago (October 30th, 2008)
Lonely indeed
but quite lovely. Great sounds, and beautifully used.
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