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BanjoK~Grunties Lair{orch-16}

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Jun 19, 2008 | 1:34 PM EDT
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7.3 MB
7 min 57 sec
Score
4.34 / 5.00

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Rated 4.34 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Orchestral then jumps at 3:54 custom 16-bit mix :D de ol days but with a twister added on..dun nun dun nun nun dnun... ddynnnnnn DUn dunnnn nnunnn.....i personally like what i did...But if ya just want the orchestral part of the song has standalone..i can upload a seperate orchestral only if ya want :D.
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Quick update: thank yoU? 7 votes of straight 5 perfection WOW :D?
EDIT:7th PLACE THANK YOU?;D But 7th in where...

Reviews


saravv75saravv75

Rated 5 / 5 stars

cool

sounds just like the game!nice job!



Fw190Fw190

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The orch was jaw dropingly good o.o;

I'd love to get my hands on that Orchestral remake :3 Because this is Amazing work. It fits the mood so perfictly.

Regards:Sephy The OWA (AKA Fw)


BowserThedestructive responds:

^.^ Thanks Ill be making a v2 of grunties lair here soon time is time .. it might not be until mid november or december till i find time for it but i plan to make it very big ....Bigger then any other orchestra ive ever done =) on the rest of banjo kazooie songs.


toreriktorerik

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good job!

I didnt like much the 16 (8) bit-mix, but that is just me. The beggining you made an ocre mix, wow that was wonderful work. The choirs were put in right place, making it kinda spooky. Well done! 10 of 10 here for this work.


BowserThedestructive responds:

Aw thank you yes i know ppl hate the 16-bit mix i did make an orchestral version 2009 which i amputting to a banjo Kazooie Music Orchestral remake album Free of course and it will be HD quality..I think ill upload it ill Pm ya about it


MrPatchMrPatch

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

16 BIT AS TO GO.

It's labor-intensive opening my tab to go back to the orchestrated version so I do't have to hear the 16 bit version.


BowserThedestructive responds:

its ok ill be orchestrating banjo kazooie and tooie soon and it will not have a 16 bit with it you will enjoy then much better ;] wait till june or so and ill have it out im gonna put time in all of the songs :D


CharleonCharleon

Rated 3 / 5 stars

good performance with minor productiondrawbacks

I like the overall songs, but some of your orchestral isntruments tends to be too silent, especially in the beginning, try to bring them out more if possible. I loved the choirs that presented a whole new take on the song, but then again, some instruments faded behind it. The percussion isn't much to comment on, it's a constant tick, tick, tick, maybe you could be somewhat more dynamical with it and really make the song your own? I haven't listened to the original in a while now, but this sounded exactly as i rememebred it, with a few exceptions like the choirs, you could really step up and make this song your own!

As for the 16bit vs orchestral discussion, you should definitely make the two pieces separate, and majorly review the work on your 16 bit track and switch out the instruments that doesn't fit in their respective positions. I mainly talk about the bigassbrass which doesnt treat the melody nicely. Try using another waveform for that purpose. I like the creativity you showed in the second part though, 6/10 , 3/5


BowserThedestructive responds:

thank YOU! :D well i am doing a total almost audio orchestral conversion which ill be releasing when school is out summer wise. i am orchestrating almost all of banjo kazooie and tooie songs ;p and they will sound fantastic and more dynamic now that i know what to do im more dynamic now then when i made this.