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Undertale: God Of Hyperdeath (Epic Orchestral Hybrid)

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Uploaded
Nov 18, 2016 | 4:54 PM EST
File Info
Song
8.6 MB
3 min 45 sec
Score
4.07 / 5.00

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

Score:
Rated 4.07 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Other - Cinematic
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gray
tristan
undertale
asriel

Author Comments

Approved by Toby Fox.
I am it's original creator and I have rights to distibute this song in any way I see fit.
But it just so happens that "the way I see fit" is free to download. So, enjoy. :)

If you wish to use it in a project, let me know about it first.

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Youtube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUb496Ql1ds

Download:
https://soundcloud.com/tristangray-official/undertale-god-of-hyperdeath-epic-orchestral-hybrid-by-tristan-gray
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https://tristangray.bandcamp.com/track/undertale-god-of-hyperdeath-epic-orchestral-hybrid-by-tristan-gray

Reviews


McGorilla42McGorilla42

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Absolutely fantastic, as is the rest of your work! :) I hope you garner some more attention because your music is top-notch. I wouldn't mind chatting some time about your education with orchestral music, which library you're using (Composer Cloud maybe?), and your opinion on how important having a good sound library is! Keep well and keep making the great music! :)


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TristanGray responds:

Honestly there isn't much to say about my "music education", I never went to a music school and learned music theory by myself, and I'm still learning more advanced subjects. That, and I just listened to a lot of orchestral music since I was a kid. As for libraries, majority of the instruments indeed comes from East-West composer cloud. And honestly, having good libraries is not as important as having actual technical knowledge. Most of the self-taught composers out there seem to think that higher quality libraries will solve everything, while you can spot the basic mistakes in their music... while it can help and improve overall quality, it will not help with the lack of effort and poor mix.
Have you heard about Vienna Library? Honestly except a good quality of the samples I don't think it's all that good. Lack of separation between different mic positions, low number of round-robbins makes it sound repetetive, and by itself it's not particularly flexible. And now there are far better libraries out there. Yet it's good enough for someone like Danny Elfman (when he's not using real orchestra, but he himself stated in the VSL interview that he often layers real orchestra with sampled libraries). And that alone says something.