That sounds great! Can i use a part of your song in my short movie?
Anyone can use my song in anything they do. If you finish it, I'd love to have a link to it, but the important thing is that new content is being made and I'm happy to contribute in any way possible.
I'm not sure I liked the sample you used for the brass at the beginning, and I think the pauses there didn't make it very climactic. I really liked the riff at :20, though, as well as the harmonies thereafter. I admire your ability to combine a lot of very different instruments into a very concise whole. It was sufficiently varied, and I really like the structure overall. The transition at 1:48 was very sudden, though. I love the melodies at 2:17, as well as the harmonies with the cello, which I thought was very well done! :D The chorus at 3:00 was also a highlight. It does have a cinematic feel to it by the end, but overall I could picture it as a sort of organic-sounding VGM track. I could picture it in a sort of action/adventure sort of format. I also think you could've led into the end better. Overall, though, nice work, LunacyEcho! If you stick to this 2.5-track-a-month thing, you'll get far very quickly! :D
=> brass at the beginning =>
I think I layered a french horn, a trilling violin, and a cymbal roll together. I guess it didn't work that well. :P
=> sufficiently varied, structured =>
Well, at least I'm getting better in those parts. I can feel the project working...
=> sudden transition =>
=> harmonies with the cello =>
You know, I actually had a cello on legato later in the song, but I think the harmonies you were talking about were the ones on staccato. I'm not entirely sure why, but when I was writing it, I wasn't able to do both in one track; i.e., have one part of the track be legato and another staccato. It usually works, but this time, it didn't. I'm scared of what's happening to my software. :D
=> VGM track =>
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I was actually trying to gravitate away from video game music, which is one of the reasons my mind used to justify the different parts. :)
=> could've led into the end better =>
Yeah... After spending around half my time on the transitions in the last song, I guess I subconsciously wanted to take a break for this one and didn't try that hard. :P
Thanks for the review, TheDoor!
I can see this being inside Disney cartoon like Lion King XD
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I like it . Yea that begging was like farting honestly
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Begging like farting? Huh?
Or do you mean that the beginning of the song had a semi-flatulent timbre? (Yeah, that's probably what you meant.)
Ahahha :D To be honest, in the beggining, or well, after the first five seconds, I was like... "Wtf is this?" Especially since I saw that the genre is "cinematic".
It's difficult finding good orchestral VSTi:s, at least for free, isn't it ;D?
I still liked this track once it got going. It's also good to hear something so different, coming from you :D I think you're genre quest is a very good idea :3
And well, that transition is pretty sudden indeed, but whatever... Kind of... I personally like the second part better, it sounds like something that could be in Final Fantasy X (it actually sounds a little bit like "Someday the Dream will End" [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xRCjjiTR7I]).
That second part actually sounds pretty well produced to me, and the first isn't bad.
Anyhow, this is still a far better cinematic track than anything I could make in the near future :)
Good job, and I'm looking forward to your next track. Do you know which genre you'll try out next time?
=> Wtf is this? =>
Yeah. I realized I wanted to do cinematic pretty early on, so I made that intro, then completely butchered the genre until about 1:48. :)
=> something so different =>
If you think this is different, just wait until you see what I've got planned. :D
=> transition =>
Someone commenting on the transition was pretty much inevitable. Sigh. I could've led into it better, but... Bleh.
=> Final Fantasy X =>
Wait, specific to Final Fantasy X? And not the fifty million other ones?
=> pretty well produced =>
Just layer a bunch of strings together and you'll go places. :P
=> Do you know which genre you'll try out next time? =>
Most likely. I'll give you a few hints to the one I'm working on now.
1. It's something neither you, I, or TheDoor6 have ever done before.
2. It was inspired by a TED Talk.
Thanks for the review, LSD!
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