Lol! It reminds me of that Disney animated short "Bound'n"or whatever!
I haven't seen it! I appreciate you comparing my work to something from disney though!
Beautiful, adventurous and heroic, but perhaps a bit repetitive. Anyway, I enjoyed it very much. Two thumbs up!
Thank you! :D
Beautiful and adventuristic... I love it! I imagined myself playing The Legend of Zelda while listening to this song. The ending wrapped it up very well. Great work stunkel!
5/5 for both :)
Thanks man! I really appreciate the support! :P And that was a huge inspiration to the song! Thanks for the review! :D
Nice sound overall and great orchestration. Really has that feel of travelling on a old-school game. It's also not long enough to be repeatitive and has enough variety which is good. However it does sound alot like other tracks from this genre but if that was your goal in the first place then you did a nice job! :) Well done.
Thank you! And yeah that traveling feel was part of what I wanted to do. And yeah I'll add more to my next tracks to make it less repetitive. And I was going for that kind of feel of the genre, not really exactly like it but just similar i guess :P Thanks for the review!
This is actually an impressive piece of work. It's not a style that I'm familiar with enough to break it down and critique what should be tweaked but listening to Viking metal I have a bit of sense for orchestrated music. The whole piece is great but something about the sound of the snare steals my attention because I relate the drum pattern to a militarized rhythm and not as much lone hero mid evil vanquisher. The trumpet seems to cut a little short to the build up at the end. This song is definitely worth the 5/5 I rated and even more so worthy of being in a RPG field type venturing game or movie. Keep up the good work man :)
Thank you! And that's fine, I think anyone can review a song and tell why they do and don't like it. And I never really thought about where that drum pattern came from, I just thought it would fit best! I couldn't see anything else fit it. And the RPG field type venturing is exactly what I hoped for people to respond with! Thanks for the review :D
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