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Jun 10, 2016 | 9:39 PM EDT
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Song
4.1 MB
3 min 37 sec
Score
4.76 / 5.00

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Rated 4.76 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
movie
retro
electronic
80s

Author Comments

Image used: http://www.newgrounds.com/art/view/echocharliedelta/out-by-the-shipyard

Prepare for the ALL NEW 80s blockbuster coming to theaters near you: SUMMER HEAT!

Starring Harrison Ford in a performance that will remind you of BLADE RUNNER or something from TRON, this new epic sci-fi classic will... Okay, I'll stop.

This piece has two movements: Descending to Earth, (0:00), and Life in The Shipyard (1:30).

Submitted to the AIM contest.

Reviews


Daveisgr81Daveisgr81

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Vangelis galore. Cracking!


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Seprix responds:

That makes sense, since Vangelis composed Blade Runner, and I based the song I wrote on that soundtrack. It seems I inadvertently copied Vangelis as a whole.


AngelBotAngelBot

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow! Great instrument-like song! :)


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Seprix responds:

Thank you.


HydroGamerHydroGamer

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This is really good.


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EvilRaccoonEvilRaccoon

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Take all my 5's! You're speaking my language! Love it!!


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Seprix responds:

Your language is 80s movie soundtracks?


EctisityEctisity

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A.I.M Judging Review
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Too many brilliant tracks in this contest :(.
Love the retro classical feel you got going throughout the track. Really hear that kind of music nowadays. The transition at 1:45 is brilliant. Sound Design is great, Arrangemt is genius, mixing is point on, and most of all it goes very well with the art.
The ending was a bit lackluster in my opinion. Kinda ended abruptly without a proper outro or forewarning. However, if I look at this as a film score, that's probably how I would want it to end, so I don't see any need to deduct points because of that. Really liked that this piece wasn't too long nor too short as well.

Arrangement: 5/5
Sound Design: 5/5
Mixing: 5/5
Art Relevance: 5/5
Overall: 5/5


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Seprix responds:

It was meant to be a film score. Yes, retro music does seem to be a big thing nowadays. I really like it though, when done tastefully. I view it as an attempt to escape the boringness of modern music, but it is only a theory.