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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Another version of this with some of the odd sounding notes in the beggining gone would be good (unless they've got a reason to be there.)
Heck, I'd remix this, if only I hadn't finished secondary school just recently. That's basically music = gone for me.

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Pretty good, I think the main thing you could try in your pieces is chords, working out what sounds good, and what notes go with what. It's what I base all my tracks off.
Try using the notes Bb/A#, C, and D. You can also use notes A and F, but use A as a lower for a darker tone at the end of a repeating chord pattern, and F for a higher, maybe to increase tension. Check some of my piano pieces, they use these notes (and their respective transposes) a lot.

soundhacker responds:

Nice, yh thanks mate :) I'm not a very chord person with this sorta style. I use chords for slow pieces of work. (take my strings world sample for example). Yh I'll try using chords more often. Thank you.

Strings World Sample Strings World Sample

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty cool.

If you're hoping to make a song out of this, try a backing piano, something soft like that to support the strings, maybe a hint of some synthy bells.

Looking forward to more.