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Jun 7, 2010 | 1:05 PM EDT
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2.9 MB
2 min 30 sec
4.05 / 5.00

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Author Comments

This is a mixture of several loops featured in the flash game "Larry and the Gnomes" by JAZZA! Originally we had planned on uploading a few of the loops separately, but at ~0:30 each, we think it makes more sense to upload one longer track with several loops. If you haven't played the game yet, this will give you an idea of the sounds you'll hear!

All of these loops will be extended greatly in the upcoming soundtrack, slated for an early July release. You can preorder the soundtrack and save a few bucks (plus get some exclusive extras)! I'll be making news posts with some demos as the release date approaches.

Preorder here :
http://www.jazzastudios.c om/gnomesmusic/index.html

As always, I greatly appreciate comments, and read every single one. I'll do my best to reply as time allows!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


It is great! My favorite part is @ 1:52

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DavidOrr responds:

A lot of people seem to like that :) Thanks!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


that was epic.i still preferlarry's theme tho.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Another awesome track!

You never seem to run out ideas! Your tracks are getting more and more epic by the upload, I must say!
IMO the best of these small loops would be the last one, the one used in the Big Dipper. That one sounds really cool.
I'm sorry I'm not a producer so I can't really tell you how to engineer the track, but as a fan and a listener, I wanna say that you're one awesome fella, this is another brilliantly done piece of art! You really should expand into movie soundtracks!

P.S., so how about uploading the rest of the Sonny 2 tracks? :) Pretty please? Hahaha!

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DavidOrr responds:

We're expanding the music of Larry into a full-length album; I'll be updating both my site and Newgrounds as it is being completed. I'd like to do some work in movies at some point - but at this point in my career (very early) I'm still getting my degrees and exploring different musical styles and mediums. While extremely rewarding, movie soundtracks require A LOT of work and are essentially a full-time job, which is not a possibility for me on top of school, scoring music for games, and teaching students privately.

Now I think I can do something about the rest of the Sonny 2 tracks - stay tuned :) Thanks for the review!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


like it in larry and the Gnomes to


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

amazing, breathtaking, but fatiguing!

The songs all evoke strong emotional responses.

My only complaint is the mixing and mastering. I find the low mids to be a bit muddy, and the tracks as a whole slightly, ever so slightly over compressed and fatiguing. also, the amount of artificial reveerb is slightly to much, this drowns out the individual elements, for the slight benefit of a more airy feel.

At least put a hipass on the reverb element to chop out those low reveerb elements that are clearly muddying up the mix here

as an engineer I would have opted to lower the amounts of compression on the track, instead brightening up the softer elements in the track in the high end, so the individual parts of the track are each more audible, and the track as a whole is less overbearing and fatiguing


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DavidOrr responds:

Hi Bjra, thanks for stopping by! It's nice to have another ear (A good ear, might I add!) to listen for mix imbalances. Unfortunately, I didn't get much time to test the music on different speakers so the muddy low-mids are probably a result of me compensating for a weak low-end in my monitors. Right now I'm working without a woofer (I have a pair of Yamaha HS50M but not the woofer to go with them). I'll keep all of those ideas in mind as I go back and revise and expand the music!