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  1. Harry Potter Final Fight

    I think it needs some ostinato patterns adding action to the sequence. It is the final fight after all.
  2. Jinn

    Watch the eq sir :) The guitar-like instrument is way too loud in contrast to the rest of the song, making it stick out artificially much.
  3. I'm calling this "Aye" because I couldn't think of any other name. It could probably be called something better, though I'm not creative enough for that. Please let me know what you guys think about it! :)
  4. I'm currently one minute into writing this. Feedback would be very much appreciated on what needs to be changed, as well as on how to continue it :)
  5. Trying music to film/slideshow

    Arrangement of Time, by Hans Zimmer? If you made this, then well done! :)
  6. Thanks for the sweet feedback guys. I'll make sure to update this track soon incorporating your tips :)
  7. New, almost finished, work in progress which I'm stuck on. I really need help with making this better.
  8. It's still a work in progress. Would truly appreciate some feedback. Thank you!
  9. Please, criticize the living s**t out of this. I need as much feedback as possible in order to make it better. To contrast, this is the original song from the game Chrono Trigger, composed by Yasunori Mitsuda. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJtwEpQe6w0
  10. So I can't figure out which sounds better, granting the melody a little more spotlight or including choirs in the middle of the process? This is an epic arrangement of Schala's theme from Chrono Trigger, for those who are interested.
  11. I found this amazing piece, but I can't read sheet music fluently so I was wondering if anybody here could help me with converting it to a midi format, I would appreciate it alot! http://www.mukyou.jp/e12ps.pdf Thank you!
  12. Hey guys. This is something i've been curious about for quite some time now. How does one go about messing with the choirs in order to create their dynamism and epicness so that it sounds like they're actually shouting? I've seen countless of composers doing it and.. to me, it's somewhat of a mystery still.
  13. @cj That's quite some dad you got.

    1. cjplumblossom


      thank you! wow is this your first status???dedicated to me? WW :D :D :D :D :D

  14. LA Scoring Strings and EWQL Hollywood Strings are essentially the same. However, EWQLHS takes up about 5 times the RAM (if not even more) in a single patch than LASS does, while the quality is preserved. So it's all in terms of what type of computer you have before you buy either of them; if you have a 4-6gb RAM computer, go with LASS, if you have a 24-48gb RAM computer, go with EW. (personally i'd go with EWQL if i had a better pc.)