Club Kukeiha, or Michiru?
This is a leap over the regular stuff you do: you've composed something complex enough to be featured in a contemporary video game soundtrack.
It initially reminded me of Club Kukeiha... or rather, the music/sound team responsible for the Vampire Killer/Castlevania series soundtracks. Michiru Yamane, who composed the Symphony of the Night soundtrack, comes to mind as well. Consider it a compliment, then, to have a critic be reminded of such things; those soundtracks were tricky and technically complex, not to mention inspiring to hear while killing vampires.
It does, however, seem a little repetitive. Maybe if the chord progression changed a little over the course of the song, rather than merely enhance the intensity of the instruments (particularly the percussion), then it would be even more likely to fit this into a game setting.
By itself, however, it's an excellent start. Several cool ideas play out here, so take a few footnotes from this track before moving onto others.
I'm glad you you enjoyed it, thanks for all the criticism, it's really helpful!
also, the repetativeness is on purpose if you read the little description thing
amazing, simply amazing
This is beyond words, this piece beautiful... you have achieved greatness don't let scores tell you otherwise
3.47 / 5.00 (+ 0.12)
KEEP IT METAL!
Thanks dude! I'm really proud of this song ^_^
i was reading through that right as the "metal" hit, and well, my brain turned inside out....
whoops! it was supposed to be "Mental"... Thanks for listening!
this is some amazing fucking piano
did you make this on fl, or reason, or cakewalk or whatever?
or can you really play piano that well?
This is actually just FL keys! I wish I could play Piano like this, but guitar is my main focus at this point.
I love it
Almost perfect, fits my mood on top of that !
I'm glad you enjoyed it!