Video Game hmmm...
Well technically all video game music is simply glorified ambient music, funk, classical or techno, or a mix of either and made for a game or re-mixed from a current game track, but regardless of this little unimportant piece of trivia this is very win. I really like the distortions, often distortion doesn't work, and only a small number of pieces work well with it, this is one of them, very inspiring. In fact I like your style so much that when I get really into starting some future projects and your in Australia I would like to contact you if you plan to take music mixing and recording to a professional level.
much appreciated. I'm stationed here in Hawaii for the time being; ...it wouldn't too out of the question to get myself over there for a bit. Good to hear you got something out of my work. Keep me posted on your work now.
It's not hip hop...
But it's cirtainly unque I give that, though I wouldn't class it as hip hop because if it was I wouldn't like it (although I don't necessarily like it either, got a neutral opinion on this). I'd class this as ambient personally. Kinda seems like something you'd find in a punk-sci-fi game.
@ what the previous reviewer said, it's not sloppy, it has a rythum to it, and a beat, something sloppy has neither.
Man, people need to be more open minded about genres. Just because something is hip-hop doesn't mean you should hate it. I'm not sure if this is the wrong genre or not, but for now it stays here :)
Thanks for the review and the words against that mean bully wyldfyre!
It's getting there.
This sounds like something which is well on it's way to becoming something very nice. But like what the previous guy said, needs some work, also it tends to be a tad loud, normalizing some parts may help. The echo needs work because at the moment it hurts the ears, and main instrument loops at the start always sound bad and amateurish so I suggest you rather then having the piano at the start drop it. In other words you should listen to your work a few times and if it sounds bad to you and you go "arg I think this needs work" then it needs work, your always your own biggest critic if your talented, which I think you have the potential. Apart from that it's getting there. Nice work for a FL studio song. But FL studio like Garage band is best for developing ideas rather then composing final songs (aka ripping off other people's loops midi's and work) to create something new or start your journey to making something new and unique.
Very in your face.
Rather nice, reminds me of Frank Klepacki's early style. Something that would go well with a post apocalyptic action film, post apocalyptic game or a Sci-fi or Ultra-modern RTS (aka games like C&C). But regardless of it's intention I rather enjoyed it, given if you made the loops in the entire loop track yourself or used pre-made ones or midis. It's always the result that counts (everyone rips off everyone's mini loops these days anyway so it doesn't matter).
a very generous take on creativity you have ;p But i did make everything. im glad you liked it ;D
The sountrack for Karazhan sounds like this
Maybe Blizzard was inspired by this, because it sounds alot like this piece.
This is "nice".
Sounds like castlevania but with an electronic feel that reminds me of Half-Life 2's soundtracks.
Wow this sounds just as good, if not better then..
Wow this sounds just as good, if not better then the soundtracks to the Mechwarrior games in the 90's, very Battletech, its smooth, its epic in feel, has the "feel" of giant heavy metal machine, and desert in the classic sense of Inner Sphere. I recommended your work to the people working on a Mechwarrior mod for the game Crysis. I think their awesome talent could benefit from an artist of your skill when it comes to bringing a classic feel to their mod.
I really like the use of the various combinations of instruments and the beat is nicely played out. One of your best pieces of work.
For some reason this reminds me of Bridge to Terrabithia.
What it sounds like is up to you. I am glad you like it.
This. Just. Flows. Nuff said.
Wow reminds me of old school early 90's games
This just reminds me of the music score in some of the PC games I played in the early 90s. Back then it was all about how electronic can you go.
Nice one mate.
Also you got the mixing at a nice volume, a lot of stuff I run into which is techno gets mastered incorrectly and is either too loud that it damages the speakers or too soft that you need to turn it up, which I think shows a lack of knowledge in mixing.
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