What is the music you used in this one?
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What is the music you used in this one?
The piano track was "Touching Moment" by Wayne Jones. I found it in Youtube>Creator Studio>Audio Library. The rest of the sound effects are in the description above. (adding this one there too now)
Definitely reminds me of Mortal Kombat -- the stickman version. In fact, this wouldn't be a bad video game if a developer could pull off the same animations and cool effects. Anyway, the characters are very creatively designed and the 'choreography' is so fun to watch. I look forward to seeing more from you!
thanks for liked my work..and yeah this is the 2nd part..and i uploaded already the 1st part here... and now in this days i am busy to create the 3rd part also..and i am sure you will like it too... thanks man :)
Now this is great! I enjoyed the ending as well -- a refreshing break from all the other weird and random submissions. I mean, random and unexpected endings are all right, but it gets old after a while. Good to see the hero win in the end!
i literally morbed when he said "it's morbin time"
I thought I was about to play Escape from Monkey Island when the title screen popped up.. but then I realized I was really about to play a quiz game.
I really enjoyed this game and the message you're wanting to give through it. However, I felt as though the language was unnecessary.
It's an interesting perspective you have of the days after the rapture, and of those left behind. I'm not sure if this game truly glorifies God, but it is fun to play and experience. It's full of suspense, and it has very interesting characters developed throughout. I would recommend this game to anyone curious about Revelations or to anyone looking for a great point and click adventure game.
I'm only going to add a little feedback if you'll allow me the honor! You have an excellent song here with such diverse chords and interesting choice of instruments. This pretty much checks all the boxes of orchestral trailer music -- it has the builds and flowing nature that music supervisors can use. Overall, this is a solid composition and an excellent triumphant theme.
I do think the key is too high however. If the french horn players had to play from 04:42 to the end, they would be cussing you afterwards. It's difficult to maintain such high notes for that long, though it can be done.. I would adjust the key if you ever send this score to play live.
Thanks for the feedback again!
Lowering the key lower might be favorable for live performances, as you said. Although I'm not quite sure if it will be THAT diffucult, the longest hold, considering pauses, is near 3 seconds long. Do you think expanding the pauses will work well, or it'll be still too air-requiring for high register?
This is well written track, and I enjoyed the melody you went with. The synths that accompany the main melody do well to support the feelings you were going for. This was definitely worthy of a front page spot!
There are a few things that I believe could have been done differently, but the thing I think could use improvement is the bass and the low end of the track. Everything seems to be more in the mid to high end and there's just more space for some extra power in the lows. Maybe experiment with more than one bass and see if you can get a more powerful sound that's not too muddy. Also, though I'm aware of time constraints, I found the ending a little bit jarring. It starts to build up again and then ends faster than buildup. The volume effect would have been more effective if you went back into the chorus one more time rather than just ending it there, as it makes it seem like there's no reason for the effect to be there unless it's introducing something new.
Again, you have a well produced song here and it deserves praise. I think you'll be able to expand your resources eventually and as you progress in skill, the quality of your music will increase. You're already well versed in your musical art and I can't wait to hear more from you in the future!
Thanks for the feedback!
I'm getting some ideas on how I can get the low end to sound more powerful I'll probably use on the next song I make. The ending was definitely a result of time constraints and feeling like I didn't have enough time. I should have tried to put in one last big drop at the end before the outro.
Thanks for the praise and helping me see what I need to focus on next!
Absolutely beautiful piece. You make excellent use of the womens choir (I love soprano voices lol). I listened to this more than once, and it still hit me emotionally the second time. The harp is written in a way that evokes a feeling of longing or desperate love -- I can feel the emotions you put into this work.
If you're looking for criticism, then the only thing I would've worked on a little more is when the progressive percussion comes in -- it's a bit too light in my opinion. I think a timpani, multiple bass drums, and some extra cymbals would've done it some justice.
I think this might be my favorite submission to the contest so far. Very nicely done!
Thanks a lot! The use of choir was planned before I started creating this piece, I'm glad you liked it :] And yeah, I planned to make the drop a bit more detailed (including percussion), but I had no enough time, at least I kept the original idea
your art never ceases to amaze me! so much detail and hard work, i’m always impressed with everything i see from you.
This is great! You certainly are talented with your work. Beautiful art by a beautiful artist.
The bridge leading to Sanctuary?
Your work never ceases to amaze me. I don't know how you do it, but there's no doubt in my mind that you're a pro.
Oh thank you. I'm not a pro just yet. There are so many things I still have to learn and improve.
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