#1
I started this piece a while ago, and finished it last week. The more i completed it the more it became an exercise on eq-ing and mixing and stuff. There might be a liittle bit too much reverb... but the way i worked on it means i'll need to literally start over to fix it. :/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sp-qalX85Pw

The first 1:15 part of this track was obviously inspired by Ennio Morricone.

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#2
Quote by UVER
I started this piece a while ago, and finished it last week. The more i completed it the more it became an exercise on eq-ing and mixing and stuff. There might be a liittle bit too much reverb... but the way i worked on it means i'll need to literally start over to fix it. :/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sp-qalX85Pw

The first 1:15 part of this track was obviously inspired by Ennio Morricone.

C4C, leave a link to yours !


Thats pretty phenominal dude. It shows your knowledge of music and creativity. Seriously. Mixing is pretty awesome as well dude. What program did you use?

Well done
#4
Thanks !

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#5
UVER,
The intro strings kind of drag for me (somehow, I think you could improve that). I like the horn. It's getting better at ~1:20. I like the high string melody ~2:00. I don't think it's your best overall, but I like the vast majority of the song. It could work well as movie background music. Please review my music at this link:

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1507281
Last edited by aaron aardvark at Dec 27, 2011,
#6
Nice, I really like the horn thing that goes over the strings, it does sound a little programmed when it plays faster runs though. The percussion sounds great. The strings are excellent after the build up. I mean you obviously know what you're doing obviously and you do it well, it builds up so excellently so yeah great job.
#7
OMG dude! This is freaking epic! I love it!!! There is nothing wrong with this at all. Yeah this totally should be played at the end of an epic movie for the climax. I wish i knew how to do this dude. Keep it up...i wanna hear more from you. thanks for the crit
oh and btw i listened to this like 5 times in a row its that awesome
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#9
ok nice little chords goin on. Pretty simple progression but its clean, good compliment by the clarinet sounding thing as the main melody goes on.

the sustain strings are nice! You have a nice texture here! Cool bubbling with percussion and low rumblin!!!! It succeeds at what it is so far, I could use a little more change in the chord progression ... The snare drum is well done .

I really enjoy the rhythmic jolting. For my taste it doesnt move enough, but you did a very good job fulfilling your vision

I thumbsed you up! : ) i encourage your continued work.


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#10
I love it. JUST LOVE IT. I've always been a fan of orchestrated. It builds nicely, and it's extremely well organized. MIDI or recorded real instruments?

C4C? Oh, and I "liked" the video, could you "like" mine too? thx oh and I subscribed too ;3

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1511744&page=2
#12
I had this playing in the background just because im used to seeing your name around here and wanted to check it out so ill admit i didnt listen too closely but it sounds awesome. im going to subscribe for sure. i was looking through your other stuff and was checking out your song reminiscence (i have an original called that too, haha) but i love the feel of yours. its got that mysterious tone which i think comes from the music box if thats what it is. either way, im digging it
#13
Thanks for the kind comments.

Resonance -> midi with VSTs applied to them. I wished i had a real orchestra to play my stuff. ;_;

I'll get to yours when i get back home tonight !