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Discussion in 'Art, Literature, and Music' started by Archeia, Jul 31, 2013.

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    KayZaman Brother-Veteran Veteran

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    Arranged myself...... Yeah, I should done it better.


    Hi, SWC. 
     
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    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!
     
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    Saltwater Croc Voice Actor/Frelance Composer Veteran

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    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.
     
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    @Saltwater Croc Tomb and Chamber is my favorite. The rhythm of the organ.....
     
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    The 'War's Misery' song.....my fav.
     
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    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.
     
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    Musagetes Composer & Orchestrator Member

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    Got another little piece I did yesterday! Super short, practicing some cinematic orchestration. I'm sure you'll guess the influence by the end ;)
     
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    Experimental Jazz Fusion project.








    First time sharing my music, but I guess you've got to start somewhere, right? 
     
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    @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
     
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    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
     
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    Saltwater Croc Voice Actor/Frelance Composer Veteran

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    @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.
     
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    taistelusopuli Your Friendly Neighborhood Composer Veteran

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    @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.
     
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    taistelusopuli Your Friendly Neighborhood Composer Veteran

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    @haiduk Azyr was a solid black metal production! Was it a home or studio produced?
     
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    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


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    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
     
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    taistelusopuli Your Friendly Neighborhood Composer Veteran

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    @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 :D
     
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