Hey, this is a really good piece! Though, I wouldn't exactly call it Sad Ending Music, it sounds more like a humiliating Bad Ending music type thingy. Also, do you (or anyone else) know what (or if ) games this is used in? Not that I'd use it, I don't (and can't) make games.
Hey! Thanks for the input! Unfortunately it´s not really in a game. I composed it for the newgrounds inspired music contest as a bad ending game music entry. But nice to hear that it would fit ;)
I enjoyed the emotions this gives you. I was a bit confused at the beginning because there was quite a bit of movement all at once, but when it slowed down at the end, it definitely hits you in the heart. I agree with the others being that I could see this in the ending of a game. Good stuff!
If you could help me out and review my song it would help a lot :)
I understand what you mean with the sudden start here. The problem is I composed it for NIM in the bad ending category which was supposed to be less than a minute long, so there wasn´t much time for an entry. But glad to hear that you like it.
The composition is quite nice. This sounds like something that would be in a RPG, or better yet, a light novel. Its mixed quite well too. poor hero, but good song.
Gald you like it! Yes, the hero is quite pitiful the poor guy. But he should have known that the life as a hero is not a pony farm!
Man, this definitely sounds like bad ending music, this is seriously what I was talking about when i said "Donkey Kong tear jerking" music. God...this is so depressing, it's great. Maybe raise the high end just a tad more in the mixing, but other than that, really well mixed and well done. Just about perfect. I honestly got sad listening to this, but happy because it's well done. Great job.
Hey! Thanks a lot! Always happy to make "Donkey Kong tear jerking" music :) Jep, like nearly always in my mixes the low end was a bit too hot. So I increased the high end a bit, now, but not too much. I didn´t want to spoil the depression ;)
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.