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Almighty Destruction

Author Comments

All stems and tracks are created by myself in Logic X using East West Quantum Leap and Native Instrument sample libraries:

Symphonic Choirs
Hollywood Orchestra - Harp, Strings, Brass, Percussion

Action Strings
Damage

Reviews


== This is an official NGUAC Review ==

Well, for a track named Almighty Destruction, I feel like you hit the mood you were aiming for 100% - this track sounds like it's the end of the world and the heroes have to stave off the evil or be annihilated entirely! So yeah, the sound choice and design is all working in this one - the choir, trumpets and everything sound great. The progression also works - it definitely has that feeling of finality to it, and it drives the track forward very well.

What's not working so great is the mix itself. The drums aren't nearly loud enough in the mix (they should almost certainly be the loudest element!), and there's almost no bass to speak of. Try comparing your mix to known good mixes by professionals and seeing what easy changes you can make to sound closer to their tracks!

Mini-scores (not used to calculate final score in any way - just so you know what needs improvement):

Arrangement: 3/4
Composition: 3/4
Sound Design: 3+/4
Production: 2/4

Overall: 8.1


Nedwin04 responds:

Thanks for the feedback john!

I must admit mixing is not my strong point; I used to be criticised for producing bass and drum heavy music so got a little scared and went conservative with my sound. I'll aim to get the balance right next time!

Thanks again!

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Credits & Info

Nedwin04
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Score
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Uploaded
Jul 25, 2017
7:33 AM EDT
Genre
Cinematic
File Info
Song
5.9 MB
2 min 34 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.