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Epic Intro [Wingo]

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This is an intro and/or outro that I made. It was made using a Steinway piano, Double bass, Bass Drum, and A Cymbal, although its only really makes an appearance three time in the song.. haha. I'm really hoping this end up getting used for a flash, if not, well I'll just hope people enjoy it!

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Not As Epic

For something called Epic Intro I kind of expected a little bit more. I say exchange the piano for strings. Also your bass just seems a bit out of place or sloppy.

Good!

Heard the Samulis arrangement, have to say good job on the composition, the mastering on this version feels a little wrong in parts though.

Nice start...

A very nice start, but the low end is WAY to muddy. Consider using less reverb on the lower end. You should also make the cymbal louder, so it stands out.

I would love to see this orchestrated. It seems a lot of people are too afraid to work with more than just piano and strings. That's what divides epic cinematic music from a nice start. Consider having trombone play the lower part of the piano and trumpet or horn take the upper part, with stuccato strings or stuccato woodwinds (clarinet) playing the rapid notes in the upper part. The big rule with 'loud crashy-bangy classical' as I call it is make sure things are at an appropriate 'Pep Band' level... in other words, F or FF for the melody at the least.

Honestly, I would love to get my hands on this and arrange it if you would permit me.

There's nothing mechanical I can really comment on... it's mainly mastering and instrumentation, and that's only suggestions.

Keep up the good work!
-Samulis

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