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Hey guys, I've put together something a little different this time. This came into existance out of boredom! Its meant to have a rock feel about it.
There were no physical instruments involved in this
This is a game loop I made in kind of a new style for me ... my first real attempt at this style of music. It's a high-energy, metal-orchestral fusion. Would love some feedback from people and especially from those more experienced at this style of music.
[✖] Play a live show. | [✖] Sell music.
[✔] Sound design for games. | [✔] Produce an OST for film. | [✔] Get creepy fans. | [✔] Get awesome fans.
Moving up the ladder.
A couple arrangements of Final Fantasy VII music.
I'm a new member so I only have a few uploads so far, but please check them out.
Here's a REALLY, REALLY SHORT work in progress: I hope to get the final version of it up on 19 May.
For now, here is the link.
Made a crude video for our free monthly EP release, "The AWESOME EP". It's not the greatest, but there's enough imagery to fulfil the entire video. Would like some C&C for guidance. ;)
At 5/6/13 10:11 AM, raggd46 wrote: Does anyone else know any good arrangers for acapella on Newgrounds?
I can, but I'm limited (as is, I have a limited voice range). There's also Hania, but I don't see her on often. I think anyone would be happy to help, because the key with acapella voices is to treat every separate voice like a separate instrument. Given the number of good instrumentalists here, I'm sure they'd be able to work along those lines.
Just uploaded an entire EP from 2012: "Of Men and Angels"
This was originally going to be a commercial release, but I decided to take a little break from that and share some newer rock with this good ol' community!
Second Track to the Setu Firestorm album "Of Men and Angels"
thought i'd upload some old ones :) I'd love people to listen
Remember this old song?
Song made in 2004. I had a bad soundcard, so I used a crappy vocaloid to do the singing.
Well, despite its many problems, I loved it so much I had to remake it and correct those problems.
Here is the new 2013 version!
While I was at it, I decided to dump a few more cover songs I've done in the last year on here as well.
First, a punk rock cover of the viral music video song "Dumb Ways To Die" :
And lastly, a soft rock cover of the song "Falling Hard" by The Crystal Method & Meiko:
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