Really good, I enjoyed 11/10
Holy shit thank you for all the reviews. respect! :D
I am making a videogame (I could email you if you want the details about the game), and i was wondering if i could use this track in a really heavy part of the story, but call it "Shaping the Present"
Are you ok with that?
sick track dude!! Definitely has a dystopian, futuristic feel to it. Well sequenced, well varied, well mixed (balanced panning, sounded full), and packed diverse electronic patterns that nicely set up an atmosphere for the orchestral choir sounds and cello line (and later on the marcato strings riff). My only criticism would be that the cello comes on a bit too strong, taking away from the ambient backing a bit. The cello line is very nice though, a cool melody with good usage of articulations. I like your usage of the tritone in this piece between transitioning.
Nice glitched percussive bits. The synth lines also add a nice layer of rhythmic goodiness. I also liked the processed, electronic guitar lines, would like to hear more!
I'm thinking a crescendo-ing crowd scream would sound nice at 3:15, with it being filtered behind the instrumentation in the next portion?? Would create a nice padding I think.
The ending and introduction of the song match each other near perfectly (I think all tracks should loop by default even if they are truly songs- as was the case in the last version of the audio player!)
great EPIC song ;)
This is some of your classic writing here...stylistically I mean. And Mattashi is right about your mixing. You always were so good with your rhythmic textures, and with your melodic lines being carried by that makes this quite an enjoyable experience.
Thank you very much for your review! :)
Happy New Year, and I'm very glad to see you around.
Awesome work Dem0 :) my favorite part is at 01:22 I love those choirs along with the strings.
Your mixes seem to sound better by every new song you upload.
Hi Mattashi. Thank you for your review. :)
Merry Xmas. And Happy New Year!
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.