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[OS] Orchestral Themes Pt

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Credits & Info

Date
07/28/2011
File Info
Song
1.3 MB
44 sec
Score
4.31 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.31 / 5 stars
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1,239 Plays | 80 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
theme
film
orchestral
strings

Author Comments

The first of my Orchestral Themes series, designed to provide samples of how my custom music might sound in a film, animation, game, etc.

This one is a light theme, pretty happy and carefree - also kind of peaceful. Reminds me a little of LoZ: Windwaker, right at the beginning of the game.

If you're a developer, producer, etc. and you like these samples, feel free to ask me if I'd be willing to do some custom music for your project.

If you're just a listener, then all I can say is this:

Enjoy!

***EDIT*** 03/05/2012
Cleaned up the levels, and added/removed a few things here and there.

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Reviews


Homero4realHomero4real

Rated 4 / 5 stars July 31, 2011

Nice!

I think it'd fit perfectly in a videogame, the only criticism I have is the fact that the main strings repeat the tone with no alteration and it becomes monotonous, maybe you should change the chords more on the piece sometimes so you'll keep the great interest you produce at the start! Love the pizzicato btw.


ObsidianSnow responds:

The idea wasn't to go for variety here, or I would agree with you: the repetition would be an issue if it were actually applied. In the case that I ever use this for anything, I certainly will be throwing more chords in there, changing the parts a bit. As it is, I was aiming to establish texture, atmosphere, colour, and mood rather than create a story.

But yes, you're right.

Thanks for the review, Homero.