The piano really does deliver such an epic energy! I was never able to make the piano deliver this kind of emotion before! Heck, I wasn't aware that it COULD give off this type of energy!
It seems once again, i've sorely underestimated the spectrum and flexibility of an instrument.
Oh well, lets move onto your song.
I like how all the notes are moving rather swiftly, there is a constant support notes which I am thankful you put in. I feel that without this constant support notes, the mess of quick notes would muddle against each other, and leave the listeners grasping for straws and tidbits.
I wonder, did you move them as quickly as you did because of the piano's movement. Did the piano play the driving force all the way through? At some parts I felt the piano was the support, while at others it was the driving instrument. Maybe both.
I really enjoyed the ending, though I felt it came a tad abruptly. Perhaps a build up of sorts would have better allowed the listener to prepare for the finale.
When the brass came in, it took on the epic energy I am well versed in. The brass for me, is the inevitable source of epic energy, and you've used them well.
Despite the fact the piano melody doesn't change, it doesn't get repetitive. It is a really good segment.
In any case, this song was really something. I am glad I listened to it! I would like to invite you to check out my work sometime Swift-Reason. Keep up the good fight and keep em coming!
I like this song--its composition felt very solid and well-done. One problem--your high string ensemble doesn't quite do short notes well such as when the strings are accompanying the piano in the beginning.
This piece, unfortunately, lacked something that I think is integral for "epic" music--percussion! Through the song, I heard no timpani, snares, cymbals, not even a tubular bell or glockenspiel. Having that kind of stuff could really improve the song in my viewpoint.
"Not bad, in fact I like it."
I like those melodies your piano's playing, I thought it started a tad bit weak, and un-interesting, but as the music progressed it really became something pretty Epic in a kind of way! I would suggest changing those strings, they sound very fake in my opinion, because you can hear those type of strings in Rpg's. Nice job with the trumpets, they really did pull you into the song. I really enjoyed this my friend. Rated 5/5. I also would like to invite you to take a look at my compositions my friend. Thankyou for reading. :)
Its Ok. Try using more creative sound
I use a whole lot of Manipulated sounds to try and do something similar But, it get a little better, So its just the sounds quality, a bit outdated. Could you rate my music please