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The strings are really powerful in this piece. I enjoyed how the piano and strings took turns becoming the lead instrument. This song would definitely succeed if used in an emotional moment of a game.

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Cool. Fancy how Ólafur Arnalds's dreamy Icelandic sound is transferred to the sample library.

I wish something like that would be available in EastWest products.

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I have the same piano library - it's fantastic! 

I liked your piece - especially the opening and the ending. Honestly as the strings got really large at about 1:30 or so it started to feel like your intention/direction behind the piece was changing and getting a bit off target.  

But to be fair, perhaps that's what you were after in the song. Something that just flows and creates a needed mood then evaporates. Some nice production as well - lovely string sounds!

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