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Uploaded
Sep 29, 2015 | 7:16 PM EDT
File Info
Song
4.7 MB
2 min 3 sec
Score
3.90 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.90 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
558 Plays | 33 Downloads
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Genres:
Other - Cinematic
Tags:
epic
orchestral
soundtrack
choir

Author Comments

The art of flight - even at signficant turbulences and heavy storms - is the fundamental skill required to join the Thunder Squad, a sub-group of the Wonderbolts.

Reviews


NicholasCabrajaNicholasCabraja

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I really love your intro, your percussion with the harp is very intriguing, and once the violins at :17 come in and out.. sold me to put it on my fav list. ;)
The melody and how the percussion builds up with the choir really work well and bring in that intense feeling.

However, where this fell short of was after the main melody with choir. You did a nice set back for a few bars with your violin, but man... I was waiting for a nice big smack in the face when your main melody came back in and wanted it to become even more awesome!!!
I would have added some brass like trumpets and french horns right in the middle of the mix to really bring in FULL intensity! and big one shot hits on the 1 beat!!

At 1:10 and onward your violin could have been layered too, in fact possibly even the cellos, then with some reverb it should really bring it out.

This track overall I found to be very bright. (Not bad news!) Your violin is the main focus, but the rest of your strings (cello and Bass) felt a little quiet, they could have been a tad higher (.5 - 1 db) Since your awesome percussion takes up most of your headroom in that department, a little balancing would fix that no problem.

I wrote this review with your track on loop. I throughly enjoyed it. I can't help myself but smile every time I hear your drums.
Well done and keep making kickass music!


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Shurrikane responds:

The brass.. I know there is something missing but I couldn't figure out what I should add to make it sound more intense...

Thank you a lot for this HUGE review! I really enjoyed reading it.

I'll try to keep your tips in my mind! Just thanks for listening and reviewing :)