Big King Boss Music

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Jul 17, 2015 | 12:05 AM EDT
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Song
1.5 MB
1 min 5 sec
Score
0 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

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Rated 0 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
boss
indie
games
marcomatic

Author Comments

I've always wanted to make music to accompany my animated works and interactive pieces. And I finally put down the effort to learn the odds and ends and produce something. Inspired by music from God of War, Hitman, Assassins Creed -egg set error
It's my first crack at it. So go gentle.. caress me softly ;)

Reviews


LucidShadowDreamerLucidShadowDreamer

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

For being your first attempt at something like this, it actually sounds really good!
The percussion is really cool, and really shows that there is some action going on, as it's so active throughout the piece :)
The melody is really interesting. It sounds like some kind of trumpet is playing most of it (brass intruments, in the very least). The melody sounds mostly Arabic (deserts, etc), though the combination with the drums makes it so that this could fit in a jungle theme as well. The melody repeats quite a bit for such a short track though (especially the one in the middle, at 6 times, though the tail of the melody is different every second repeat), even if there's a couple of changes here and there, but it's good enough to take some listens.
The transitions work really well, and don't sound forced in the least. The change in percussion for the different parts work too. As for the intruments, it's good that you added a few extra layers at points, to bring them out, like the one that plays in the higher frequencies that enters at 0:28. There's the more bassy one at 0:48 as well.
Even the mixing sounds fine. This is much better than what I did for my first tracks :D
As this track starts and ends with the same percussion, it would've been really great if the track was edited in such a way that it could loop smoothly, especially as it could really fit as game music!

Either way, for a first ever track, this is pretty amazing. If you manage to submit a few more tracks of similar quality, I or someone else will scout you to the audio portal for sure! ;)
Even if the usual code is at least 4 tracks, I'd say that this is good enough that one more upload of the same quality is enough for at least me to scout you, as you're already a known uploader in other portals :)


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Marcomatic responds:

Thanks for the constructive feedback LucidShadowDreamer! I'll definitely take those considerations on board. I'm going to work on adding more dynamic to the music :)
Cheers man! I'm really motivated now! :)