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Aug 10, 2007 | 11:42 AM EDT
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Loop
1.9 MB
1 min 22 sec
Score
2.79 / 5.00

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Rated 2.79 / 5 stars
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Epic theme for CC contest

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Armymenis12Armymenis12

Rated 5 / 5 stars

WOW

I've always beleived music can be good even if it doesn't sound real. However, this would be better if it did! Have you considered buying a newer keyboard? The Casio WK- 3800 is pretty much a good balnce of sound, functionality, size, and price.

If you aren't willing to purchase a brand new keyboard, than tgsf21x (google it, it's free) is THE best GM- soundbank I have come across so far (I use it in most audio I make). If you are going for orchestral, just combine that with RolandOrchestralRhythm and you are set. If you are looking for a professional soundbank without all the price of a new keyboard, than go for Garritan Personal Orchestra (I think it's about $200 to purchase it).

Oh, and what keyboard are you using now?

P.S. Please Check out my Castle Crashers Submissions, too!


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CatFromBeyond responds:

Thanks! I'll look for those stuffs as soon as I will have the time!
The keyboard I use is a Roland E-15 (I think it's been released at the end of the 80's... lol!)


cornandbeanscornandbeans

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

good job!

this loops perfectly. :)

I really enjoyed the choirs, and the theme is very adventurous. The snare and lower horns really keep the pace going.

haha this is really good... you should consider getting some new string samples though.


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DavidOrrDavidOrr

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well done!

I was a bit skeptical at the beginning, but I was pleasantly surprised with the piece. The arrangement is very well made, the piece is very easy to follow, and yet has enough complexity to make me want to listen to it several times.

My only real complaint is sound quality- everything sounds quite snythetic. What orchestral samples are you using? With a quality set of samples, your music could really shine.

Keep it up, I'll be watching you!


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CatFromBeyond responds:

Hey thanks for this review. Actually, I use the synths of an old Roland keyboard and some synths of garage band. I don't have any great soundbank because when it comes to serious stuffs I usually prefer to record my tracks with real musicians.

I've listened to your stuffs too and I think it's really great. It sometimes reminds me some Hans Zimmer's themes. Are you one of his fans?