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Jun 4, 2009 | 12:12 PM EDT
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Song
1.3 MB
1 min 8 sec
Score
4.22 / 5.00

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Rated 4.22 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

This is the second of about 20 short cues I agreed to write exclusively for a pro composer based out in CA. I haven't submitted this quite yet, so I'd love to get some feedback before I do!

A short, driving orchestral piece here featuring electric guitar near the end. Enjoy!

www.jeffheim.net

Reviews


monkroomonkroo

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Two very enthusiastic thumbs up!

I really liked this! It definitely screamed suspense and movement, it rose and fell, swelled and lulled. It was continuous but at times dipped and quieted - as if those being pursued had perhaps hidden for a spell before coming back out and running again. And I loved that guitar accentuation that gave it extra edge. Nicely done!

Definitely the kind of score I'd buy for my collection. 9/10 - kudos!



Wallpunk2003Wallpunk2003

Rated 5 / 5 stars

jesus mighty!

this was amazing, i have never heard somthing like this so well done! lol keep it up man! 10/10!!!



ChrisisDChrisisD

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is really good

This is just awesome. The thing is... I miss some bass... its there in the beginning, but it leaves arround 0:34. Maybe put a bass line in or some heavy drums. The quality is really high. The guitar is awesome! You could easely make it a bit longer and make it into a shredding guitar solo. I think that would be awesome.. The guitar is just a little bit to short for my taste... all of the suddon its there... but as fast as it came its gone again.
Well thats it for my opinion.
I'm wondering though, what program do you use to make it?
Greets, Chris


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JeffHeim responds:

Hi Chris,

I use the EWQL Symphonic Orchestra for the strings/brass, and some of the percussion. I use Storm Drum for the big hits and driving percussion, and lastly, Collossus takes care of the guitar sounds. Most of the sounds in Collossus really aren't that good, but with some reverb and mixing, some of the guitar sounds can sound quite professional.
Thank you for the feedback! When making revisions I'll take into account some of the things you've mentioned. A shred solo would be nice :)