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  1. Short piece that I composed but haven't had the muse to complete it. Wondering what you all thought of it. Thanks!
  2. Very cool! But this subforum is for original compositions, not performance.
  3. Sounds great. My thoughts are, when they reveal Luke it builds up but nothing happens, and then you build it up again when he takes off his hood. Building up and then tapering away is good for dramatic effect but once you do it too many times within the same scene, it starts to confuse the audience and subvert their expectations and is distracting. Overall, the music is great though, I really felt the emotion and climax of the scene, and its importance. Great work!
  4. Nothing can ever beat John William's score but this is my quick attempt at this infamous scene.
  5. Absolutely beautiful. Cannot comment on how to improve but you did a tremendous job.
  6. Minor sound changes and instrumental fixes.
  7. Great piece. I wasn't fully captivated until towards the 2:30 mark when the choir came in for the climax. Then on, it was beautiful.
  8. Thank you! Glad you liked it. Thanks for the nice comments. All of the sounds are from a Spitfire Audio collection, none of this is played by me. :) And glad you were able to hear the feeling and emotions of the forest. I do think it needs some editing in timing and notes, as some notes are off beat and sound a bit convoluted after hearing it back. Glad you enjoyed it though, and will definitely keep up the composing streak. Thanks!
  9. Just created a quick segment as an exercise for myself. Haven't composed in a while. Wanted to create the atmosphere of mystery, fog, adventure, and anxiety at the end. Hopefully I was able to convey those feelings!
  10. This is excellent music. Great production value! You probably get this a lot but it does have that Hans Zimmer sound, especially the keyboard style instrument, whatever you call it. I might look into getting Ancient ERA Persia as well.
  11. Here's a little scene that I am developing. Intro is showcasing the many heroes (game of thrones style), as they sneak into a mysterious castle at night. Avoiding the guards. And finally reaching the goal at the end. It's a fairly simple piece/experiment. I hope you guys like it.
  12. Beautiful playing and composition. I'm getting Red Violin vibes. Are you a professional player? If not, why not? That said, the composition is beautiful. Great use of techniques and phrasing. I wasn't able to identity a theme, or motif throughout the piece; was one established? Congrats on the piece and performance.
  13. Great comment, thanks. You are right with Section 4... it does sound too confident. I'll have to add some non-chordal notes to promote the urgency and panic.
  14. I'm writing music for a small indie film, and here's a short scene. The MC is drunk and high, and a little confused... thinks everything is out to get him 0:00-0:31 - He's on the ground crying of relief and joy 0:31- 2:22 - MC gets back up, and decides he's going home. But essentially wanders around aimlessly, getting freaked out by every small thing. [I borrowed a lot of Zimmer here 🙂 ] 2:22 - 2:35 - Builds up to the "climax", where he sees a monster. Starts backing up slowly, almost stumbling 2:35 - End - He feels like he's being chased, and almost runs into traffic at the end. What do you think>
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