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Jul 5, 2013 | 10:46 PM EDT
File Info
Song
13.6 MB
5 min 57 sec
Score
4.40 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Score:
Rated 4.40 / 5 stars
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690 Plays | 62 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
epic
dream
orchestral
electronic

Author Comments

This is a sort of "surreal" electronic orchestral song made in Logic Pro. Please leave some feedback and enjoy!

Reviews


ChioBamChioBam

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The atmosphere is definitely captivating. The idea of an 'electronic orchestral' piece is really interesting to me. I hope you don't mind if I draw a little influence from this in one of my pieces. Using 'synthetic' instruments in an orchestral setting sounds very interesting to me, and I'd like to give it a shot.

There's a lot of idea development, which I'm always happy to hear. I have a lot of trouble with it myself, so it's always refreshing to hear it done well.

I'm also very curious what sound banks you're using for your orchestral instruments- the percussion in particular sounds very nice.

You have a very nice onion effect happening as the song progresses. This is very cool. I'm curious why you dropped the electric sound that you started the piece off with, yet kept everything else as it was. It sort of throws away the whole electronic orchestra vibe, and becomes just a big ostinato on some really cool themes. It's still really cool, but I was really digging the electric sound. I also really like that you brought it back to conclude the piece.

I had a great time listening to this. 5/5 10/10.


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lvidmar responds:

Thank you! The orchestral part of the song came from the preset sounds that come with Logic Pro 9. The drums were a brush kit that also came with Logic Pro. It's amazing what you can do with a few decent presets and some reverb. The "surreal" parts (beginning, end, and wind) came from Native instruments Absynth.

I dropped the electronic part because I wanted a slow takeover by the orchestra. It's structured as if someone was getting ready to go to sleep, had an adventurous dream, and then woke up peacefully but can't remember what it was about.
Woah, that sounds deep.
But of course, I don't mind if you draw influence from this. In fact, I'm honored that anyone would draw inspiration from my work. Let me know how it goes.