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Jan 29, 2014 | 6:53 PM EST
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8.5 MB
4 min 39 sec
4.19 / 5.00

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

Rated 4.19 / 5 stars
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East West plug ins for orchestral and vocal and Alchemy player for the more natural sounds such as rain/birds as well as some wind instruments.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

You did a great job combining instruments, vocals, and sounds. I felt a level of genuine passion with this one. There could have been a bit more work done in the clarity and the development of the environment. None the less, it was a very noble effort. Well done!

Possibly responds:

Thanks very much for the kind words, much appreciated. Sorry, I haven't used newgrounds much and only just realised there was a feed to show me when people had commented!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The combination of instruments was extremely interesting. I especially love the flutes and the bird sound effects. It's also very celtic and majestic. Can I get these plug-ins you mentioned in the description for FL Studio? Anyway, I was really glad you added some progression to it at 1:48, but I think the transition into 2:11 is very sudden. The vocals truly were beautiful, though, and it seems very authentic, which is excellent. I love how you end it with the sound effects you began it with. This is really inspiring work! I'm looking forward to seeing what else you produce in 2014, Possibly! ;D

Possibly responds:

Sorry for the slow reply - yeah, I have a habit of sudden transitions, I'm quite fond of the jarring effect - and in this case I think that with further listens it becomes a little less surprising perhaps. East West andAlchemy work as VST within most DAWs, I would imagine they work in FL Studio.

There is a free version of Alchemy player which has a good selection of sounds/synths etc - you could give that a try. In the FAQs there seem to be references to FL, so I assume it works.