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  1. A short piece I've written to do a little experimenting with the word builder feature of my EW Choir library.
  2. SNES Battle Course

    No problem @Arthur1124. I did yeah, I listened to both the snes and the wii version :) I thought your rendition was my favourite of the three as it retained the quality of the newer wii version, but still kept more of the retro feel in the snes version that was lacking in the wii version I found.
  3. SNES Battle Course

    I like this arrangement quite a lot. You definitely found that sweet spot between good quality whilst retaining a 'retro' feel. I think it sounds a bit more frantic or chaotic too, which (in my preference) is great when your playing fast paced or intense games in battle mode. Great job on this!
  4. Harry Potter Final Fight

    I think you've done a decent job here. The only criticism I could offer is that each section of the track doesn't quite feel cohesive enough as a whole and you could maybe try and smooth the transitions a little better to help it really feel like 'one track'. That being said I did enjoy this, good job :)
  5. So I got in to a conversation with someone online and showed them some of my music. They said I should send some of my work into game companies as they work doing CGI work for various small studios and they thought it could be a good fit. Does anyone know of any platforms where you can get your tracks into the hands of game devs? or any general advice on how you would go about doing something like this?
  6. Yeah great speech, a timeless classic. I like it. The build up as the speech too builds is pretty well executed and the tone of your track also fits quite well. Good Job.
  7. Last Goodbye

    Seems a fitting enough background for the scene you described. I like it.
  8. 88 Keys to my Heart

    Thanks! I appreciate all the feedback and advice! I've taken note and I'll definitely try and work on more variety in my following pieces, that seems to be a prominent suggestion! Thanks again!
  9. Missing Score (Open to collaboration)

    Not at all, things can take time! This is great! I think the recording gives a very nice touch of realism to the piece. The melody's and Harmonies were very well executed too, considering as you said the repetitive nature of the backing, and I did draw the last note out maybe more than was necessary. You're definitely a skilled player though! Thanks for taking the time and effort!
  10. 88 Keys to my Heart

    Sorry din't mean to send an empty message it was meant to read as follows: @ilv I appreciate the feedback and have taken note! I definitely need to work on my theory knowledge. This was an ambitious piece for my current understanding of harmony etc. To answer your question though, I didn't compose it with play-ability in mind but it would definitely require two piano's.
  11. 88 Keys to my Heart

    @ilv I appreciate the feedback and have taken note! I definitely need to work on my theory knowledge. This was an ambitious piece for my current understanding of harmony etc. To answer your question though, I didn't compose it with play-ability in mind but it would definitely require two piano's.
  12. I had a go at writing a solo piano piece, though it would probably take two pianos for it to be 'performable'. Let me know if you have any feedback or you spot any mistakes as my theory knowledge could use some improvement.
  13. Batch of Pieces

    This is a great catalogue of work, it's clear that 'advanced composer' title under your name isn't out of place one bit. I personally really enjoyed 'The Return of Gaia' very much, especially from the 2:00 minute point onward was the perfect blend of strings and piano (which had a nice twangy sound akin to a harpsichord to it) that I enjoy in music. Keep up the great work!
  14. I think over all this would fit very well into a mario kart game. I would say it's a little more 'chaotic' with a very 'raw' sound than normal mario kart music would have, but you mentioned the chaotic nature yourself and I think that would actually work well for a battle course. I also think the gamecube jingle is very well incorporated into the piece. Good Job.
  15. Thought I'd change it up a little and try a band style theme. Let me know your thoughts and criticisms.
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