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Sep 1, 2015 | 6:50 PM EDT
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3.6 MB
1 min 36 sec
4.78 / 5.00

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Dude, you're amazing! Loved every second of this! Keep it up!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like how there is no definitive part in this song, being only a 1:30 sec long. Your drums have a nice rhythm to it. I like the smooth variations. The Intro before the drums come in, had some nice subtle effects.
Those reverse gestures are good too. Im curious as to what they are?
Your woodwinds and brass and strings are mixed nicely, and panned slightly in an orchestral way. How much layering of instruments did you do?

Only nit pick is the dryness of the drums or just the drums overall. I maybe would have made them a little more distant in the mix or a tad more punchier? but hey, they sound good and fit for this piece!

Nice Job!

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PianoFortress responds:

Thanks for the review, much appreciated! It's simply the drums being reversed for 2 beats. Layering wise...I have French Horns doubled by Tromboes, Violas as the mid-meat while Violins be the icing on top(with doubling on climax point) on far left. Switched by solo Violin for end part to mix things a bit. Other than that, double full choir for basic chords and panned on right side a subtle boys choir for high notes. Bell-Synth in beginning + end (actually througout the piece). Whatelse...Flutes for more high note enhancing, Celli and Basses for the lows.