i have a theory
its about how you arrange your pieces. you start out with a basic rhythm, then you either add another element(instrument) or you make a slight change to one of the original elements. am i close?
I notice a certain lack-of "true" low beefy baseline in this music, although i did hear a low voice at some parts. But i would have to say that it fits with the city itself. with a city of thieves if one is to survive and prosper, you can not be slow, or present a large target to others. Thieves are naturally quick, fast and light on their feet, as is this song- so to speak lol i enjoyed it. 9/10 5/5
P.S. its alittle lacking in some areas. Like its shallow somehow. its odd, the elements come together very nicely but it lacks depth. then again its only a loop and not a song like ur other pieces. still good
Yeah, I know what you mean. It does have a shallow feel to it, where it seems to lack depth. Yes, that is a true issue with this piece that I could not fix. I believe the problem lies in the mastery of the piece. Just recently, I believe to have found a fix to this problem, but we'll see. Thanks for the honest words, these re the reviews I cherish the most.
All the "city" songs are pretty good.
...I guess all your songs are pretty good!
That's what I like to hear lol. That's whats most important on a game, the music has to hit home. Well, thats how I feel anyways.
the dragon never dissipoints
and this is no exception
Thanks alot bro
City of theives huh?
The strings and choir come in nice. Of all sounds Strings happen to be my favorite! I like the beat the xylophone makes with the constant octave drop, and jump. The song is catchy, the rythmn continues to pull the listener in. It is definately a good choice of music for a town like scape in a video game. I love it!
Great song ^^ I love the build up from the beginning to the end. When I draw I like to listen to music to get ideas, this song was very inspiring for me.
Hey, thanks alot. Im glad that I was able to do that for you. Thanks again.
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