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Date
07/27/2009
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Song
2.6 MB
2 min 52 sec
Score
4.29 / 5.00

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Author Comments

This is my entry for the theme orchestration contest in the audio forum:

http://www.newgrounds.com /bbs/topic/1082372

Hope you enjoy!

PGegen

Edit 20 Aug. 2009 - now usign "Ancient Thunder" as an alternate title.

Reviews


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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 27, 2009

I really like it.

I like how it starts out really slow and smooth, it's a calming beggining. I think that you should have made the little break :31-:37 a little shorter. While it does make the piece sound a little more dramatic, it's a bit too long. Although i do like the little drum roll that you add to it.

I like the how you make it speed up a lot, it really got my attention. While I like the electric guitar entrance, I think that you should have softened it a bit, and made it a little bit more of the background. I like the melody of the music, it's strong and powerful and really sound nice.

I think that it suddenly gets quiet at around 1:10, yet you still keep the violins playing really softly, it made me ppick my ears up and pay attention to it. Then the crescendo that you made was pretty good, although I would have liked to hear it get a little louder.

To 2:26 or so, it was fantastic. I really liked the drum melody that you used during it, it kept me listening and it help my attention for a long time. When it came to 2:26, I think that it was a great way to lead to the end, all the instruments playing at once, but in a good way. It stayed in balance. At the end when you have just a really long note I think that you should have made it get softer so that then it didn't just end suddenly.


PGegen responds:

Thanks for the in-depth review. I appreciate all of the suggestions!

PGegen