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Feb 15, 2017 | 12:10 PM EST
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4.2 MB
4 min 32 sec
4.24 / 5.00

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Really wanted to try and tell some a story with this piece. Some kind of narrative you can picture. Heavily influenced by the Last of Us soundtrack, I wanted to focus on building suspense and unrest.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like the cinematic pads at the beginning, and the guitar does a great job of setting the mood. It’s a little slow to develop, yet has a great atmosphere. I was a little ambivalent about the guitar chords punching through the texture at :50 (and other places) - they seem to disrupt the flow a little bit, but not as dramatically as you could’ve if you really wanted to make them jarring. I like the melody at 1:10 a lot. That instrument is so cool and distorted, yet also has a somewhat easy-going vibe. It also blends well with the other instruments. I liked the strings you started introducing by around 2:15, and the part at 2:35 offered a nice, fresh start with a bit more melancholy mood. The space in the mix at around 3:15 threw me off, though. I wanted to see you connect the ideas at 2:35 to the first half of the piece stylistically. Instead, you seemed to go in a new direction with the piece that made it lack conclusivity and climax at the end. It was a bit of an underwhelming end that left me wanting more - another quirky solo, or an echo of an earlier melody with a new instrument, or something. I observed no problems with the mixing and mastering, although I think you could’ve done more to fill in the texture at some places. Overall, I think the instrumentation and atmosphere are my favorite elements of the piece. Nice work!


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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excelent. Love it!