This is a theme for a friend's minecraft character, was paid to make this, but you can use it for whatever :) i had fun making it. Also some inspiration came from Tekken/Soul Calibur/(old) Devil May Cry games.
That intro is absolutely insane! I love the mood change with the piano. *Repeat*
I'm glad i came across this, i was looking for something more energetic but also not too dramatic, so i like what you made!
pretty cool song! i loved the intro, but those drums loops :( dude you should really automate your own drums cause the composition you got here is really good.
Masterpiece! Loved the intro, the parts at 1:46 and 2:28. If I ever make a game in the near future, I will use this song as a character theme, or battle theme, if you allow me to, with your name in the song credits.
Keep up the awesome work!
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Ah, this piece is already MUCH better than your last classical submission. In a way it reminds me of my own music somehow, but maybe that's because I used Edirol Orchestral myself for a while.
Anyway, first of, massive props for the amount of variation in this piece. There's all kinds of different moods, as well as different styles, which I personally really like. There are some good melodies in here, although they do again feel a bit random sometimes. Harmony is fine, although a bit simple in some parts. I really wasn't expecting that guitar to join in, but it was a good decision! Really ups the 'epic' factor quite a bit.
Now, for a few specific points. The string run in the beginning is actually a bit too fast. Although I am not a violin player myself, I doubt such a fast varied run would be playable. A big part of making your orchestral creations sound realistic, is keeping in mind the limitations that come with the instruments and players. Speaking of which, as with your other piece, you may need to work on the midi-editing to enhance the feel of realism. Lastly, there is some clipping near the end. Always use a limiter (set to -0.1DB to -0.3DB max, not 0DB) on the master bus to avoid such little flaws.
All in all, a job well done! Keep up the good work :)