Now before you argue otherwise about my hearing capabilites and acuse me of lying, Take this into account, Why the hell would music be created at 1411kb/s if Nobody can hear above 320?.
Im not gonna argue weather or not i've been a douche, Because i have. Now stop talking about me, and talk about the music
It was a MIDI file using standard software samples recorded into an mp3 format. I don't care how high of a bitrate the mp3 could have been set to, the quality wasn't getting any better.
This post is about music composition (as in sheet music), not about recording options.
Arrogant Electric tastes?, Oh c'mon thats such a longshot that you'd miss, the link i provided is closer to classical than electronic, Arrogant sure, no arguments there, but the song features, Drum,Symbols,Chimes,Piano,Synthesizer,A bass guitar and a little snare drum.
Correct me if im wrong but thats closer to classical than some garbage from Akon
He said "eclectic", not "electric".
"hardly complicated from the composing point of view"
That was kinda my point, Whilest i did post something that 'I' say is more complex, I do not see how i could be wrong, Im not trying to post something like YYZ from rush, I was trying to put something simmilar to the sample Sonata, something basic but more complex and with Much more depth to it.
as a way to state "when you reach here, money will reach over there"
You obviously don't understand musical composition complexity at all. What you posted is one of the least complex things that can be created. It was merely some looping samples in a single key that had an internal groove beat.
The sample Sonata that the OP linked had many different keys, modes, inversions, structures and more all while having the two instruments interact with eachother. It wasn't brilliant by any means and very much an imitation work, but saying that some random groove sample loop mix is more complex is sheer lunacy.