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Dec 4, 2016 | 9:59 AM EST
File Info
Song
5.2 MB
4 min 31 sec
Score
4.78 / 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 4.78 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
1,074 Plays | 38 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dance
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opulence
miyolophone

Author Comments

Yes, I'm alive... I apologize to anyone who was waiting for more of my stuff for my inactivity...

This is a variation in production of my first song on NG, Opulence. I took the original melody and chords, added some new material, and spiced it up with Serum and Kontakt instruments (and a bit of Massive for flavor). It didn't come out perfect, but I'm pretty happy with it and it's definitely better than the original haha

Celebrate! (again, but this time you can celebrate better)
-Miyo
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Feel free to use this in anything Geometry Dash related. If you have some other use in mind, PM me and I'll most likely send you the file for said use.

Reviews


RoseAc3RoseAc3

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is so amazing! You are the best at making good music, at least in my opinion. :P


Miyolophone responds:

I wish your opinion could become fact, Rose... thank you so much <3


Kyron20Kyron20

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I didn't notice you uploaded this until just now. This has a really fun twist on all of the instruments that you used. I felt the main melody had sort of an Envy vibe to it, which I though was pretty cool, intentional or not (I'm assuming not). The mixing was pretty good, I didn't hear a ton of issues with it. The drum samples were a bit cliche, especially the claps. They weren't super cliche by themselves, but when mixed in they sound more like a stock clap. There was a series of claps 1:37 that could have been changed a bit.

This brings me to my next point, which is editing the velocity of notes. If you want an even bigger contrast between organic and electronic instruments, editing the velocity of the organic instruments will make them seem more human. With the claps, this would have helped a bit, but is in no way necessary. The piano could have really used it though, and so could the plucked instrument. The piano more so than the plucked instrument. They don't need to be big changes, but they can make a lot of difference.

I really enjoyed the key change, and I thought it helped carry the song along. One last issue I had though was that the song was fairly repetitive. It used the same melody throughout the whole piece. The variations and breaks you included helped it be less repetitive, but another pattern for the main instruments to play through would have been nice.

The ending could have been a bit better, but the last few notes made up for that. It was quite a surprise, but was in no way unwelcome. The drums didn't quite fit there, and I would have added pads to support the lead instead, but that might just be me.

All in all, this song was pretty good. Most of the issues I had were easy fixes, and they didn't detract from the quality of the song. They could have added a little bit, but they weren't necessary at all. Keep up the great work!

9/10


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Miyolophone responds:

(Sorry for late reply, I was away)
Thanks for the lengthy review Kyron, I can always count on you for that! Good catch on the Envy vibes, that was my inspiration for the original (though I forgot until you mentioned it). Sorry about the claps... they were in fact stock claps...
Working with velocity is a good idea. It always seems like such a pain to edit individual notes, but it really does add a vivacity to the piece, I'll try it next time I guess. Steady improvement is what I'm going for, glad you liked it overall.


MooseMooMooseMoo

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Less Amateur lol. Seemsgood


Miyolophone responds:

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Monado-BoyMonado-Boy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This song makes me feel just, happy. Great work remastering an old tune, Miyo! I hope to see a lot more from you in the future :)


Miyolophone responds:

Thank you Monado-Boy! I never have much time to work around the holidays, but I hope to get some new stuff out soon...


HyperNicoKirbyHyperNicoKirby

Rated 5 / 5 stars

(i heard that celestial reference at 2:38, you sneaky sneak)
This feels a lot more substantial than the original Opulence, because of the new melodies/harmonies put into it. The beat that the synth at the beginning (& at 0:43 & 3:04) plays is so catchy. The 8-bit sfx and outro are appreciated as well (chiptune = <3). I am really glad that you didn't replace all off the instruments from the original, as that would destroy the "soul" of the piece. It feels like the bigger brother to Opulence, different but still related. ^u^


Miyolophone responds:

(The 8-bit parts were specifically for you, of course)
Thanks Hyper, glad you enjoyed it! Not really sure what the Celestial reference was but I subconsciously do that a lot so you're probably right haha