#1
I was originally going to record some abstract music video of the moon on supermoon night but it didnt go as planned. But the more I listened to it, the more it seemed to fit into a soundtrack of a video game; typically a RPG. I picture this track going nice with an underwater stage after losing one of your main party members permanently.

Check it out and please give me feed back !

http://youtu.be/APQmVstrpXA

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#2
This is super dope dude! So nice to listen to. Really satisfying.

Keep it up man!
#3
That was brilliant. the mood of it was just right. My favourite part was when the piano came in, that really made it.

I actually can't think of any constructive criticisms for it.

Except for the fact that I probably wouldn't put it in a scene in a video game, haha.

I don't know if my electronic music is your kind of thing, but I'll try nonetheless. C4C? https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1441326
#4
That was a pretty sweet piece of music, everything seemed to fit very well. The background synths flowed and carried the melodies very well - none of the synths for the melodies were too brash in sound, maintaining the ambient feel.

I think you'd be right for this being used in a game of sorts or maybe even a film. I watched the film 'Monsters' recently and this reminds me a LOT of the soundtrack to that film. You should check it out and see what I mean .

Really great work man; it'd be great if you could give me some pointers on a piece I'm trying to improve - https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1443087
#6
Dude...

This is awesome stuff. Real chill. The idea for an RPG is actually really good, I think it could also work pretty well as just like a startup screen theme. Loved the piano.

If you could check my album out, that would be sweet. No need to listen to the whole thing, just one song will do. Something similar in style to your song would be Haunting or Arpeggio, though neither are close at all really.

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1442540