well that just means that 20 people listened to it or some of it.  they may have just had a second of time to listen for a minute and had to run.  i would not read too much into it.   if you feel you absolutely have to read into it, then i think that for whatever reason 20 people had "no comment".  the night i listened to it  i was more curious how the composition room was working mechanically.  i was curious whether there would be a lead sheet there or a sound file when i clicked on the file.
i never had any intention on critiqueing anyones work, as, if you have ever read my posts in the previous forum... you would know that is something i consider to be in bad taste, unless specifically asked to do so.  but this forum is explicitly set up and explains that is its purpose i do understand... still that is not what i am about.  maybe one or two of those other 20 are the same.   nor am i a light cheery sort of guy who walks around easily saying "sounds great!,  cool!,  
dig that shit man!"   i have kind of been addicted to the truth for quite a while and if i do not have something well thought out and sincere to say i prefer to have "no coment",  maybe one or two of the 20 are like that as well.   i have so very many compositions that no one has ever even heard.  take some pleasure in that 20 people apparently heard what you had to say.
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