i didn't like to come here just to vote 5
but a promise is a promise, if you keep asnwering to all of our reviews, i'l have to keep reviewing there tracks,especially these ones that you have made alone, these ARE quite similar but as i recal, these were used in an RPG game, atleast some of these...can't really tell, i can forget stuff easily :D
Yeah, this song is very similar to "Industrial Ruins", but that's the point. :) This is meant to be a more frantic version of "Industrial Ruins" was some additions and alterations.
Thank you for the honest review! Glad you liked this song. :)
The arrangement works well. I feel the production quality isn't quite up to par, though. Here are my thoughts.
What programs are you using? Right now it sounds like Anvil Studio or the like, and the SF is possibly/probably from the Soundblaster MIDI hardware. I suppose that's not really a bad thing (I was using similar software/hardware for years :| ), but you could really improve your sound with better soundfonts & plugins. I am not the right person to ask about that (seeing that I use Reason, which isn't compatible with those fancy gizmos), but you should look around the Audio forum and see if anyone has any information on plugins/samples/soundfonts you could use.
Yeah, sounds alright, but it could sound much better with the proper tools, so go out there and invest some time into that. It'll make a big difference, for sure.
Ah, ha. Well, the program I am using for sequencing is Music Studio Independence. The soundfont? WinGroove Software Synthesizer. Until I get some more software, I can't really use any other soft synths. This is only my third song: I'm learning as I go and certainly have much to learn. :) I really appreciate this thorough and honest review as well as your advice. Thank you very much. :)
Industrial Ruins vs. Industrial Intrusion.
They sound incredibly similar, but the differences that are noticeable in both songs put them apart very well, and I can't help but find this very... odd.
Industrial Ruins is basically the overworld. You're stealthily intruding into a world overrun by rogue robots and corrupted AIs, all held within the graveyard of all these poor machines' comrades and creators.
Industrial Intrusion is when you are found, these killer bots all finding you to be a threat and chasing you down without any mercy programmed into their soulless bodies.
5/5, 10/10, DOWNLOADED. Because robots.
Awesome! I actually imagined Industrial Ruins as a background music while exploring an area while Industrial Intrusion would be a suitable BGM for combat, such as a battle against a boss or mini-boss.
Thank you very much for another splendid review and I'm glad you loved this song! :)
I feel like I'm playing game when I listen to it !
That is the idea. :) If you ask me, there are quite a few uses for a track like this in a game. Only time will tell if anyone wants to use it.
Thanks for leaving another review on another of my songs! I really appreciate it. :)
Up Tempo is great.
I loved the "Ruins" and love this just as much. You did great.
That's great to hear! Great to hear, indeed. :) Thanks a lot, as always, for the great review and I'm very glad that you really liked this track!
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.