-Orr- LARRY: City of Karryon

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Larry begins his journey in a large, quirky city (Karryon). At this point the game is light and care-free. As the piece develops the character of the town unfolds.

This is the second track (full version, 96kbps) on the official Larry and the Gnomes soundtrack. The album is already on iTunes, and will also be available in the Newgrounds store for purchase! This is a great way to show your support for the Larry series.

As always, I love comments and suggestions - I read every single one and repsond as often as I can. Thanks for all of your support!!

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I know I'm probably the millionth person to say this, but I love this track! It really explains, enhances and defines the Larry series- the music is almost a character in and of itself! I realize it has it limitations and composition requirements, but if it could have been a bit longer, and perhaps a bit more varied, it would be more epic.

More good stuff. Check out Bruno Coulais if you haven't already. He did Coraline, and has been sounding like Danny Elfman before Elfman was a composer. He rules.


You, Mr. Orr, are the most talented composer on Newgrounds. This is with EWQL right? You did a great job of adding realism. Sounds like something from a high-budget Nintendo game (in fact.. the beginning almost sounds exactly like the Mario Galaxy Motif)
I'm amazed that you can make the orchestra tumble around with such finesse, you'd almost be mistaken for Horner or Elfman. The song does a great job of changing moods from heroic to playful-action to classical fantasy. Props, dude.

DavidOrr responds:

Wow, thanks for the kind words! Yes, this is all done with EWQL Symphonic Orchestra, with a few samples from Stormdrum and QL Pianos. I was aiming for that whimsical, hectic Elfman style - it's great to hear that it came through!

oh my god

Jeez Dave, how did you get so good? This is all done in cubase via MIDI keyboard, right? So how the heck did you make it sound so real? You must have taken composing college courses.

DavidOrr responds:

Hey Jesse - yes this was all done in Cubase via MIDI. I am currently finishing up a music theory degree right now, so I've been taking theory and compositions courses for several years (I started before college).

Thanks for the support!


its so well made that i can really feel the medieval town feeling

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4.98 / 5.00

Jul 23, 2010
3:09 PM EDT
File Info
2.2 MB
3 min 11 sec

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