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Symphony #4 - Heliocentric - 2nd Mv by Edward Schaffer
Chapter 2 of the book Symphony #4, Op 57



Well done Ed, I really like the arrangement of this one and the way you've used the instruments lends itself perfectly to astronomy and space. You could almost get lost in it. Some really lovely cadences in this piece too. Your string arrangements for me, are always your best part. You're very good at building a wall of sound.
Comment Written by PaulAndreas on 08-Feb-2015

The Awakening(piano) by Akshay Sreeram



Beautiful piece of music. Absolutely mesmerising! Perfect for a very dramatic ballroom scene or something? Your piano playing is exceptional! Well Done!
Comment Written by PaulAndreas on 08-Feb-2015

Symphony #12 - II. Nocturnesque by Edward Schaffer
Chapter 2 of the book Symphony #12, Op 207



Phenomenal start to this track, absolutely nailed it for me. Thought provoking and great use of dynamics. I'm not keen on the sound of the instrument that cuts through the piece (not sure if it's a flute or something), feels very out of place to me. Love the picked arrangement, sounds awesome in the track and love the atmosphere of this one. You work very hard and it really shows. Well done!
Comment Written by PaulAndreas on 07-Feb-2015

Symphony #12 - III. Scherzo by Edward Schaffer
Chapter 3 of the book Symphony #12, Op 207



I found this one quite hard to listen too at times because there is so much going on. It started to make more sense and come together about a 1/4 of the way in and about a third of the way in, when it died down and switched up, I really loved the transition of it. I feel the more stripped back arrangements are where you shine. I wonder what you do for a living and if your music will ever be heard? what's your aim? Good Luck Ed!
Comment Written by PaulAndreas on 07-Feb-2015

Dance all night by matte



Well done Matte. A well crafted track, that's short and sweet. Very 80's inspired, is that your inspiration? Wouldn't sound out of place in a classic 80's cult film. What is your aim with your music? Would love to hear you develop your tracks to include vocalists. All the best!
Comment Written by PaulAndreas on 07-Feb-2015

Symphony #10 - The Desert - 1st Mvt by Edward Schaffer
Chapter 1 of the book Symphony #10, Op 200



Beautiful. Calming. Clean, clear, concise. Well thought out and thought provoking. I love the violin in this, cuts right through the track when you least expect it. I love the contrast between the trumpet (I think it's that) and the soothing pads, works very well. is it representing the snake venturing around? I'm not sure. Very enjoyable well done!
Comment Written by PaulAndreas on 02-Feb-2015

Gangsta Sh#* by Trigga Lock Killa



I like the track in the background. I'm not feeling the delivery of the rap at all, it doesn't feel like it's flowing properly to me. It seems ahead of the beat quite a lot of the track and to be honest, I don't feel the lyrics are original or pushing the boundary. Could have been rapped but any rapper out there and I feel you need to find something that makes you stand out. Good Luck mixtape.
Comment Written by PaulAndreas on 02-Feb-2015

Symphony #9 - Clouds - IV. Cirrus by Edward Schaffer
Chapter 4 of the book Symphony #9, Op 186



Love the beginning of this. Feels very hopeful and I can imagine the sun bursting through the clouds and shining down on the world. The arrangement feels more professional then usual and your use of dynamics in this seems to be bang on. This stands out for me against your other pieces in terms of its quality. Finished to a very high standard. Well done!
Comment Written by PaulAndreas on 02-Feb-2015

endless love by balajiram



I have absolutely no idea what you are saying, so sadly I have to mark you down for that. Love your voice though, very emotional and this arrangement suits you perfectly. I think it's important when doing a song like this, that you provide an English translation, because you would get a lot more marks. Well done, good effort!
Comment Written by PaulAndreas on 02-Feb-2015
Read and reviewed with blinders on.

May Gentleness Surround You by Jun Naotsuka



O wow! Speechless and goosebumpy from the word go. A very inspired, pure, emotional piece of music. I can feel your heart and soul is in this. Great use of instruments and superb production. Left me feeling very thoughtful, which all great pieces of music do. Congratulations, another mesmerising piece!
Comment Written by PaulAndreas on 02-Feb-2015


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