Ambience intro, any thoughts?

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Cor, Oct 12, 2012.

  1. Cor

    Cor Member

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    Wanted to capture a feeling of far away stars and galaxies... and alien entities conversing at the end
    Any thoughts?



    Cheers
     
  2. Mr Fletch

    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    I'm not sure how many responses you'll get on this, I know alot of peeps on here only like something if it's got gut churning basslines lol. But theres a few of us around that appreciate soundscape design, me being one of them :)

    It's pretty good, there needs to be a few more subtle one off FX hits that are sat tucked away in the background, maybe panning automations too. I like the electronic warbles toward the end. Try adding a few chorded progressions in there too.Alhough I say that, I find with soundscapes, less is more.

    I've recently finished a dark ambient score for a friend, he's into film, and wanted an eerie dungeon theme, think I got it pretty well done, maybe I'll upload it here for you to listen to.
     
  3. Cor

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    Thanks for your words. Actually producing music for film or games is something I really been wanting to do. Not ready yet, still learning.
    I'd like to take a listen to your dungeon theme=)
    Cheers
     
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    Mystical! Haha nah it sounds good goose bump inducer!
     
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    It's good but you need to lower the mid-frequencies a little. :)
    Also, is that the FL Slayer guitar that I'm hearing?
     
  7. Cor

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    Cheers. No FL Slayer in there though=)