It’s a soundtrack so a story should be imagined for it to make sense.
A piece made with classical Instruments plus Duduk and Persian Ney
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Nice sounding instruments and very concise composition, good work.
Love this! Thank you for sharing!
Pleased to see that you like it, Duduk is from Armenia and not from my country but I love it’s sad sound
Thanks for your feedback
Excellent piece. Love this!
However, I stay a little on my appetite. I believe there is space to develop melodic and instrumentation. I wish this atmosphere lasts a little longer.
Thanks for sharing!
Glad you like it mate~
I find it hard to make pieces that are longer than a couple of minutes on my own… I mean when I remix a 5 minutes long piece I have no problems, but when it comes to composing, I lack the art of story telling by which for example long novels are shaped… I guess analytic listening will help me grow in that dimension. Ramin Djawadi’s “light of the seven” is a very good example of a long piece which I aspire to make in the future ,fingers crossed.
Thanks for the feedback bro
Hi Masoomi, you’re doing great. Thanks for sharing it with us.
To make it longer, which you should, you need to consider a second idea to contrast with the first. Some other aspect of the relationship, in you mind. A different melody, harmony, and maybe even rhythm. You move the music toward the second idea, bring it to full blossom, and then find a way back to the first to complete. I struggle with this all the time. There you go, classical period music theory! I certainly wish I understood it myself! Just something to get you moving forward. You’re on the right track!
Thanks for the tips and the kind words
I don’t know about the contrast but there is definitely a mood change in this one. let me know what you think .thanks
Hi Masoomi, the mood change is wonderful! A change in energy is certainly a contrast, so you have succeeded!
Really nice! i like that you take your time for the buildups.
1,42 was such a great turn!
I hope I learn to make cleaner mixes in the future as well , I have the feeling that in the last part when heavy drums come in ,it gets crowded instrument wise and thus a bit confusing and messy… maybe panning would help… Any Ideas?
Thanks I added the second part after hearing suggestions from forum members like yourself. Glad you liked it