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Valle de los Gerudos

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Aug 21, 2009 | 11:16 PM EDT
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3.9 MB
3 min 27 sec
4.26 / 5.00

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Rated 4.26 / 5 stars
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EDIT (8-26-09)

Transposed entire piece a half-step down. Replaced hard claps with a conga fill, tweaked drum break a little more.

Damn, I don't think I'm even half done. That's what I get for being so damn OCD..... =P

EDIT (8-22-09)

Added drum break. Note fidelity more accurate, yet still not perfect. Slight increase in tempo. Harp replaced by guitar.


Very incomplete rendition of Gerudo Valley music. Mostly, I'm just looking for feedback... Would be very much appreciated.

Sequenced with FL Studio 8; Instruments from Native Instruments' Kontakt 3.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

hehehe, real good, awesome!

dude, it's great. so far, all the gerudo desert remakes were frenetic, this one is calm and yet true to the original! great work, the conga beat was a good one, very original :D , and the guitar was real nice as well! I just think there could be somethin else. just dunno what XD sorry.
well, awesome work indeed. really... "balanced" :P


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Not Usually a Fan of Instrumentals, but Good Job!

I liked the flute and guitar combo with the strings in the background; it was new, yet it kept that "Gerudo" feel to it. Sometimes people try to do too much with this song, and I think this was just about right on the money.

Lose the chorused claps (the claps that just sound like pair of hands are ok). They sound superficial and it ruins the nice feel the song has. If you want to put another beat in there to replace the claps, I'd suggest a really heavy drum, like a timpani or something.

But this was really pretty good.

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ABalancedBreakfast responds:

Thanks a lot for the feedback!

I don't really think the harder claps go with the music at all either, but the sound came on the drum loop I used, which is only meant to be a placeholder until I mixed my own.

Or did you mean the claps which are introduced in the drum break? Cause I kinda like that rhythm.... =)