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Battle Experiment #6

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May 20, 2012 | 1:49 AM EDT
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10.5 MB
5 min 26 sec
4.55 / 5.00

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Rated 4.55 / 5 stars
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UPDATE: /audio/listen/486884

An orchestral Battle Experiment? Why not, I figured. Personally, I feel that it's inferior to some of the other great works floating around Newgrounds (LMMS isn't all that great for orchestral music, I find), but I think it turned out mostly okay. Might be a bit rough, though. You may notice that it reuses a melody from Battle Experiment #1 ( m/audio/listen/481195). Anyway, it's got strings, a choir, a French horn, and a piano (as usual). Encoded in variable bit-rate (VBR) MP3 at an upper limit of 320 kbps.

List of influences:
The almighty goddess of RPG-styled music, NemesisTheory (nemesistheory.newgrounds .com)
Final Fantasy
Pokemon Colosseum/XD
Music from other RPGs
Anime music
Orchestral/classical music



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I think you have his style pretty much down pat. I love the layers of instruments you used.It sounded full without being too busy. As a pretty big fan of NemesisTheory's stuff I hear by declare you kick major ass.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Whoa! This one sounds really good! The way the instruments were used and it's quite surprising that it was made in LMMS. Nice work!

In case I want to use this song in my (NON-COMMERCIAL) project, can I? All credtis will be given.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I thought it was quite epic, keep up the great work. Also, let it be known that I do in fact do voice-over's, and would be happy to collaborate, if you like. :) (If you are wondering where evidence of my voice is, hahaha, a.k.a. : a demo reel), I am uploading one soon.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

A very well made piece of music; the melody complemented the strings and chord progression of the french horn very nicely, and I could hear the influences you mentioned in the arrangement. However, I felt that the piano was a little too 'sharp' amidst the other instruments; I'm no expert when it comes to music, but I'd suggest maybe a little more reverb to drag the notes out a little. The drums could also be seen as repetetive, too, but I felt that they complemented the relentlessness of the piece, rather than taking anything away from the quality.

Critique aside, I appreciate the limitations you had to deal with in using LMMS too- I also use the program, and while it doesn't usually stand up to paid software, this piece of music has shown that it can in the hands of a talented individual!

foxhead128 responds:

Why, thanks! I'm a bit flattered, honestly.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

That was epic! It fit the the mood for a battle perfectly, and the instruments all complemented each other really well. I really like how the ending happened very suddenly. The sudden volume change, made me feel relief like the battle ended, but also made it suspenseful, as if it was saying "The battle's over, but what's going to happen next?"

Great job.

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