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Apr 25, 2015 | 8:43 PM EDT
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17.7 MB
7 min 44 sec
Score
4.74 / 5.00

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Rated 4.74 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
Tags:
adventure
experimental
ambient
cinematic

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Just uploading this to get reviews and comments on how the track feels to you.

Reviews


EpsilonBootisEpsilonBootis

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I think that it is a good arrangement in general: good sounds, timing, chord progression and ambience. But I think that you can gain more clarity in your sounds.
The pads in the intro seemed to be from the same plug-in, paned with a chorus/unison and reeverb; I would sugest that you create a similar pad by layering lows mids and hights and pan them to give a sense of fullness, instead of adding the effects (you can let them there, but more quietly). This layered pad can be used in the intro, and the chorus/reeverb pad can be used when the other instruments kick in (so it sits in the back of the mix). You can sculpt each layer and end up with a much better sound.
I would also suggest that you use less reeverb for the lead of the moment, giving it more clarity. You should keep reeverb on it; i'd say that you should try with a subtile convolution reeverb.


BemSound responds:

Thank you for your suggestions, very much appreciate them =)


IndustryStandardIndustryStandard

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This track is like listening to noises in the real world from inside a dream. Damn well done, sir. The part at around 4:30 when the louder lead riff comes in is a little jarring, but the part it fades to a minute later fits much better. If anything, I would recommend maybe moving that part to the end and moving all the lead riffs that used to follow it to before it, that way it can kind of build up to the sharper sounds of the lead synths at 4:30... Sorry if that's confusing, I'm not really sure how to word what I'm thinking of. Bottom line is, great track. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to it.


BemSound responds:

thank you...it does seem jarring too. might be better if that was at the end and not so bang in your ears, and have a kinda intro to it that way its not just bam into the orchestral part