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Aug 19, 2011 | 12:17 AM EDT
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3 min 4 sec
3.93 / 5.00

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Anyways, I was writing this at the same time as Blistering Sands, and meant to post it at the same time, but couldn't thanks to NG's two-a-day limit. Here it is, about two weeks later. Moar orchestral, but I used instrumentation modeled after Dark Temple. As craptacular as the GarageBand synths are, I do love choral bits in pieces like this.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

That ever-present Garageband limitation

And this is how many fucks I give about that. As a person who still enjoys listening to old-skool nintendo vg tracks, this is quite perfectly epic. The strings sound excellent. I like what you did with the bass choir too!

Note: drums at the beginning remind me of the ghetsis theme from pokemon. That's a good thing, I did a song based off of that track.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Good stuff

Like the previous poster said, it sounds like an older video game title. The first minute actually made me think, rather vividly, of the Mechwarrior 2 soundtrack for PC. Good memories, that.

The base idea of the song is great, would just need some better 'instruments', were that the word.

masterjiji responds:

Program limitations are a big issue for me, especially since I have no money to get a different program. I've been trying to save for a "bad-motherfucker" program like Pro Tools or Logic Pro, but you know how that goes when you're trying to save money (need a new toaster, time for a trip to the dentist's, etc.).


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Sweet writing!

This is pretty good actually! Espeically since it's Garageband lol. I think that if you had some better stuff you could really do alot more. I would recommend Reason or Fruity Loops, you'll be able to blow people away with those programs (there's a free demo for fruity loops that won't let you save but will let you export songs and work with all their synths and more)

I think that the song itself is actually pretty cool, the quality actually makes it sound like some B video game music for the playstation or the N64 lol. You change it up plenty and have nice progression which is great, but I do wish you could do something a little more with the melody in a very dramatic way (but that's just me).

Keep making music man!

masterjiji responds:

I think the main reason it has the older-school feel is the emptiness of the sonic space right when the low choral comes in at 00:16. While it does build from there, I agree that it ain't top-notch quality. While the instrumentation itself I think is awesome, it lacks in that it doesn't sound "full."