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Bird's Song After The Storm

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Uploaded
Feb 11, 2016 | 8:11 AM EST
File Info
Song
3.6 MB
1 min 34 sec
Score
4.29 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.29 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Other - Cinematic
Tags:
orchestral
festive
cheerful
cinematic

Author Comments

A cheerful/festive song for a video game.

Reviews


dogo7dogo7

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good



EctisityEctisity

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great piece. Great use of instruments, and I like the arrangement. The melodies you use are great and really help to set a cheerfull and light-spirited mood :). This is pretty much perfect for a video game :).
Great work.

Thx for requesting a review from the:
{Review Request club}


nerevars responds:

Thanks!

Anyway, any advice for the mixing and mastering? I'm more a composer/musician rather than a sound engineer, so any point will helpful.


BrolfThePaladinBrolfThePaladin

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Harmonic, great buld of the song and the whole arrangement is just perfect.
I don't have much to say on this. Well except

Brolf/5 Stars
Welcome to the awesome list, Bro!


nerevars responds:

Well except?

Anyway, thanks for listening! :D


GdabZGdabZ

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice song. Harmonic progression is a little too easy from time to time, but I like the parts where instruments are responding to each other, like around 0:50. Sounds very natural too. Good job!


nerevars responds:

Thank you!


QuarlQuarl

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The arangement is great! Love all the different sounds you have going. There are a few elements in the mix I'd have done differently but seeing as how I don't make this kind of music all my suggestions should be taken for a grain of salt.

It sounds like some of those instruments have a ton of space. Ditch that reverb and shorten the cut off times of those instruments to help clean up the mix. It sounds like your using those plucked strings with some heavy reverb right at the beginning to make it a pad. That's one of the instruments I was bothered by but it's such a minute detail.

I'd have lowered the volume on that percussion. The genres I usually attack are more suited for strong pulsing rhythms but those hihats, tambs, and what have yous really over powered. Maybe taking those hats and giving them a shorter cut off time would have made more space? Funny story, adding shakers might even things out a little. Sound is crazy like that.

Sorry to bother you but I really loved this song. I could loop it forever. Great track boo!


nerevars responds:

Thank you!

-"It sounds like some of those instruments have a ton of space. Ditch that reverb and shorten the cut off times of those instruments to help clean up the mix."
I think you're thinking about the contrabass. Yeah it was heavy in reverb because I think it will make the sound more "full".
I was thinking doing it without reverb, but it sounds so dry. Clean but dry.

-"I'd have lowered the volume on that percussion. The genres I usually attack are more suited for strong pulsing rhythms but those hihats, tambs, and what have yous really over powered."
I'm using the shaker the whole song to make it like a crowd and dance like. But I think I get what you mean. Should make the instrument cleaner. So the mixing need to be better huh?

Anyway, thanks again to reviewing my piece :D