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Uploaded
Dec 13, 2013 | 6:44 PM EST
File Info
Song
1.6 MB
1 min 26 sec
Score
4.02 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.02 / 5 stars
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1,108 Plays | 17 Downloads
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Genres:
Other - Cinematic
Tags:
epic
orchestral
dramatic
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Author Comments

This is a piece I wrote for Justice League: Gods Among US, a 30 minute Lego stop motion video by Outback Prime Productions. Please check it out when the video is released in February, it's good stuff! As for my music, feel free to comment below and I hope you like it:)

Reviews


Oh-SamaOh-Sama

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I enjoyed every second of it :)
Thanks man :)



TroisnyxTroisnyx

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Alright. My thoughts.

1) The beginning evokes some sunrise scene where everyone gets ready for battle.

2) Then 0:39 kicks in. You've put a good twist on a familiar chord progression.

3) The guitar at around 1:00 could use some depth. At the moment it sounds fairly tinny.

4) I would have appreciated a pulsing bass line between 0:39 and near the end, independent of the strings. Yes, this piece is meant to be dramatic, and imagine horrific scratch sounds and pulsing bass to do the trick.

For a feel of what I'm getting at here, look up "For the Reunion", part of the soundtrack to Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. Now that soundtrack is more rock-oriented, but that's not saying that we can't take a leaf off their books and use it to our advantage. THAT song right there gets eerily dramatic, well within the first half.

Now incorporate that with your strings and see what you get?

5) The drums sound a bit unnatural and soft, particularly towards the end. I speak as a percussionist -- you've done a great job when the rest of the music plays, because the drums don't overpower the music. But at the end, you hear the drums all by themselves, and..... they sound like they could use some vigour to them.

Now granted, not all of the percussions sound like this -- before 0:33, it really brought a chill down my spine. I think it depends on the atmosphere, and what kind of air you're giving.

tl;dr: Well sequenced, check out the points above -- like many pieces (mine included), it could be better.

3.5/5.


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TheGoatee responds:

Thanks for the points. What would you suggest I do for the percussion. I use Stormdrum right now