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Credits & Info

Date
05/03/2012
File Info
Song
7.9 MB
3 min 27 sec
Score
3.81 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.81 / 5 stars
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420 Plays | 49 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
orchestral
instrumental
classical
symphonic

Author Comments

A third draft render of a little song that I actually built in a few hours to try out basic song structure (ABABCB). Only pseudo-realistic sounding classical instruments (see below), I was going for a symphonic sound. To my ears, it sounds as if it belongs in a movie or a game. Purely using Renoise for Arrangement (no effects except for reverb and a little overall compression), using the free Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra with the free sfz for playing the SoundFonts.

I might polish this, maybe even make some cool remixes of it :-) but there it is for now.

Now with oboe, less mechanic piano and a few other tweaks.

UPDATE: Changed the internal structure to use Renoise track groups, and made a few improvements on the way. Also added a bit of reverb using the free SIR1 and a "Vienna Hall" teamplate from Samplicity's free Bricasti M7 Impulse Response Collection. Normalizing and light compression (and encoding, of course) using the free Audacity.

Reviews


WingoWinstonWingoWinston

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Gotta love those deep piano chords. It would sound loads better if you got less synthy brass and strings. Although I still like the whole atmosphere of the song. Very regal sounding to me. Well done.


nexxyz responds:

Thanks for the feedback! As mentioned in the description, I used the free Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra for all the instruments, so I left myself little choice there :-)

Any recommendations on free, more realistic sounding brass & string collections I could use for those instead?