Discussion in 'Art, Literature, and Music' started by Archeia, Jul 31, 2013.
Arranged myself...... Yeah, I should done it better.
Glad you liked it ^^
So, I bring two more things I did today. One of them is a victory theme while the other is a sad theme. Any guesses which is which? I will also try not to post more things in a while, but when I have any inspiration I try to make the most out of it. Hope you guys enjoy them, and any feedback would be nice!
This is an old piece that got some new remastering.
This one was always hard for me. The simplest things usually are the most difficult to get right, afterall... A simple ambient piece, one of my earliest organ solos.
And here is a more modern one. An arrangement of Aivi Tran's The Alchemist's Trials.
@Saltwater Croc Tomb and Chamber is my favorite. The rhythm of the organ.....
The 'War's Misery' song.....my fav.
This song inspired me to create/arrange/edit boss battle (games, comic, drawing).
This is the original version from Shadow of the Ninja. It's an old school game.
And this is the arrange version I created.
Totally satisfied after finished it but I donno if I wanna use it for my game.
Got another little piece I did yesterday! Super short, practicing some cinematic orchestration. I'm sure you'll guess the influence by the end
a little cave theme I did years ago, it was remixed by a friend of mine.
heres the result.
View attachment Finster! (Spinka's Remix).mp3
Experimental Jazz Fusion project.
First time sharing my music, but I guess you've got to start somewhere, right?
@Luiishu535 That is cool! I wish I could do jazz fusion!
So I did an orchestral waltz, mostly to learn about orchestration. I'm conflicted about the result tho
Some more Battle music I made a while back. Since I didn't upload it to soundcloud yet, I had to upload the .ogg file.
View attachment BGM_BATTLE.ogg
@YagamiKyo Pretty nifty! Makes me wonder what kind of palace it is. I get some nordic vibes...
A'ight. A victorian/baroque style piece for a game! Something from me and a friend/colleague.
@Saltwater Croc Wonderful piece! Good work with the harpsicord, definitely had the feeling of baroque era contrapunctal composing.
Here is something new from me. This is just a demo for now but I will have it mixed by someone else once I have a couple of more tracks.
@haiduk Azyr was a solid black metal production! Was it a home or studio produced?
Just a little loop I put together to have some mysterious/moody/cold title screen music for my project i'll hopefully start recruiting for soon
That was really neat @haiduk
Name fits perfectly on that @taistelusopuli
@Saltwater Croc sounds like something that could be used for an inn or some kind of exploration. it's a joyous track
okay disregard the other loop lol. It took me a second to get back into the grove of things with this kind of music but here's the title screen music i'd actually probably want to use
@taistelusopuli That is great. I love all of the music you make. I wish I knew how to use the piano correctly. Guess I'll have to learn
So, little Village theme I did. Pictures a small town by the sea. Really simple too, but I liked how it turned out
@YagamiKyo Oh thank you for the kind words! Regarding writing for piano, it is not really that hard in the end. Listen to music written for a piano and pay attention to how it is used. Different settings and ensembles. You'll figure it out.
Concerning your piece, it had a really nice overall vibe throughout. The guitar was really well composed in terms of chords. To make it a bit better, I'd suggest a bit more rhythmical variation, pauses and such. It gets a tad boring after a while so that is something you can work on The melody then, had many wonderful moments and good turns and ideas. Though as a whole, it was a bit all over the place. There was no really a feeling that the melody was going anywhere. It felt like it was bouncing from here to there. So google melody writing and do a bit studying on that
@Andrii Mardanov I can't really say that I'm any expert on electronic genres but this much I can say. Both of your tracks have a really nice groove to them. I know it is not really a tradition in that world to have much variation or musical development but reagrdless of that, at least a little bit of that would be a nice addition to the already cool groove. I hope this helps a bit at least!
@Cyreides The main menu theme for The Void has a serious haunting quality to it. Very well made! I would've loved to hear more development and variation. But I guess no-one spends more than 15 seconds in the main menu in the end of the day
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