Whenever I hear the strings it seems like they start to rise but then I am left waiting for them to go even higher but they just...stop and repeat.
I'm curious when you say "Playback for TV" is this something you plan on using for a show or film?
Gremlin: Very convincing. The style was done mostly okay, but only slightly seeming to neglect the occasional use of Locrian scales in music. I thouroughly enjoyed it.
Florist: Odd... it wasn't really supported rhythmically or harmonically. It seemed to be clashing two different styles and the result was a bit confusing.
Forge: Also another one with competing styles, but this one was a little more fluid? Parts seemed to support each other rather than being sequestered.
Hi everyone. I did these a couple years, which aren't super old but old enough where I knew nothing of chords. Hope everyone enjoys.
A Night With A Florist - I am heavy into romantic stuff and some would call me a hopeless romantic...whatever that means. So that's what I tried to imitate here.
Fall of the Gorge - Was mainly me practicing variations since that was the first time I've heard of the term so I went crazy with it...with absolutely no sense of control.
Gremlin Voice Acting by SMX - Well after watching Nightmare Before Christmas a million times I decided to try something similar. Danny Elfman is a major influence on me and I don't know on this I was being silly hahaha! Oh and SMX stands for Spirit Master X, my old username on an old forum.