Be a Supporter!

Credits & Info

Date
01/21/2013
File Info
Loop
2.1 MB
55 sec
Score
4.45 / 5.00

Related Content

Licensing Terms

Attribution:
You must give credit to the artist.
Noncommercial:
You may not use this work for commercial purposes unless you make specific arrangements with the artist.
Share Alike:
If you alter, transform, or build upon this image, you may distribute the resulting creation only under a license identical to this one.
Score:
Rated 4.45 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
1,438 Plays | 69 Downloads
Share Links:
Genres:
Easy Listening - Jazz
Tags:
theme
spiderman
nights
lasallian

Author Comments

Here we have a theme made for the opening of a very big annual event that happens every year at my school. This year's event has the theme "Superheroes".

This is an alternate version of another theme I made for this event. The event is basically a show with different items in it, so I grabbed each superhero theme I made (this one being Spiderman), took a part from it, added stuff to it and looped it, and it's played as filler music in-between each item. Here's the old version of this track:
http://goo.gl/gIw8Z

Thanks goes to Buoy for the bass and Federica for the vocals. This uses Omnisphere for most of the sounds (particularly that SWEET organ sound), EZdrummer for the drums, z3ta+ for a super subtle arp sound and East/West for the rest.

I hope you like this one, feedback appreciated!

Reviews


StaticBluStaticBlu

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 20, 2013

This brought me back to my days of jazz and improv. I wanted to get my saxophone and start playing along, lol.
That organ man was working it! It was great that the vocals had their chance to shine, but moved aside so the organ could get it's chance. The percussion was just at the right level so that it didn't overtake the song but still have
Great smooth bass. Good subtitle use of the guitar. like how the flute comes in better emphasis the melody right before the organ comes in and right before the song stops before the loop. Great music cues within the rhythm section as well.
The original was good, but this version sticks with the jazzy groove much better and gets me going. Had the song loop for like 10 minutes without a problem. I love this track. Not to mention that the Web-Slinger. is my favorite hero. Great job!


Step responds:

Hey StaticBlu, thanks for reviewing!

"This brought me back to my days of jazz and improv. I wanted to get my saxophone and start playing along, lol."

Haha if I knew I could've asked you to do the saxophone part in the original :P. Awesome that you did jazz improv though. Personally I'm very bad at improvisation, especially improvising over a chord progression. Don't know how you guys do it!

"That organ man was working it! It was great that the vocals had their chance to shine, but moved aside so the organ could get it's chance."

Haha awesome! First time I heard that Hammond I thought "DAMN I have to use this" because riffs and ideas were rushing to my head right after the first note I heard from it.

"The percussion was just at the right level so that it didn't overtake the song but still have "

NOOO. You didn't finish the sentence. Now I will be FOREVER CURIOUS :(.

"Great smooth bass."

Thanks goes to Buoy for the sample!

"Good subtitle use of the guitar."

Thanks! It's really soft, even I have a tough time trying to hear it.

"like how the flute comes in better emphasis the melody right before the organ comes in and right before the song stops before the loop. Great music cues within the rhythm section as well."

Awesome, glad you noticed all that stuff!

"The original was good, but this version sticks with the jazzy groove much better and gets me going. Had the song loop for like 10 minutes without a problem. I love this track."

Like I said to Buoy, I prefer the original since it's a bit more varied than this, and has the piano section where it moves on to a swing rhythm which is missing in this.

"Not to mention that the Web-Slinger. is my favorite hero."

You and I both!

"Great job!"

Thanks a lot man, I really appreciate you leaving a review.


WeirdSheepGuy98WeirdSheepGuy98

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 25, 2013

Haha. When I saw that both Buoy and Step were working on this together I needed to click the link. Also there is a woodwork teacher in my school that has a weird accent and looks kinda like spider-man. Whenever he walks by we all start whistling the spider-man theme tune. Quite funny. Anyway, my favourite element of this piece is the jazzy organ. Keep making cool stuff.


Step responds:

"Haha. When I saw that both Buoy and Step were working on this together I needed to click the link."

Hahaha, yeah. I haven't actually done a fully-fledged collab with him yet though unfortunately, all it's ever been is me adding some instruments to his tracks or him adding some to mine :(.

"Also there is a woodwork teacher in my school that has a weird accent and looks kinda like spider-man. Whenever he walks by we all start whistling the spider-man theme tune. Quite funny."

Oh god, that's hilarious.

"Anyway, my favourite element of this piece is the jazzy organ. Keep making cool stuff."

Yeah man I love that organ. One of my favourite patches in Omnisphere, although that's not saying much since I have something like two hundred favourite patches in Omnisphere, and I've only explored a mere fraction of its MASSIVE library.

Thanks for telling me what you think about this track!


BuoyBuoy

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 21, 2013

This is so much cooler than the other one :o The drum fill intro is so cool, and the drum sound is so full and wide and awesome. Frigging brilliant organ sound (what patch/soundsources did you use?) and especially the playing. There's some neat guitarish thing in the background too, it would be cool to have that louder. Loops great too!

can you put me in the credits for this one instead of the original?


Step responds:

You're reviewing all of them? YAY OMG WOOOOO.

"This is so much cooler than the other one :o"

Haha, I prefer the other one since this is basically the same thing throughout with the vocals at the beginning and then some organ riffs. But I do love that Hammond organ.

"The drum fill intro is so cool, and the drum sound is so full and wide and awesome."

The drum fill intro messes up the loop a little (would've been a lot smoother to loop it without that bar of silence for the fill) but it sounded too good for me to just start the song without the fill. Drums are EZdrummer, love that VST.

"Frigging brilliant organ sound (what patch/soundsources did you use?) and especially the playing."

The patch is called Go To This Church, with some EQing, reverb, chorus, all that good stuff.

"There's some neat guitarish thing in the background too, it would be cool to have that louder."

Yeah that was in the original too. There are actually lots of subtle things like that in this. There's that WahWah guitar, a snappy rhythmic groove from Omnisphere, a Tonewheel sound from Omnisphere, a lounge-ish multi from Omnisphere, and even a very subtle spacey arp thing from z3ta+. I was going to turn the guitar up but it sounds kinda cheesy haha.

"Loops great too!"

Skye didn't like the loop, so it's good to know that someone else does like it!

"can you put me in the credits for this one instead of the original?"

I can put you in the credits for both lol. But OK, sure!