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galihsx
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12 posts since 17 Jan, 2017

Postby galihsx; Sat Jul 21, 2018 6:22 am Quarter Gelo (Epic Choral Music)

Hi This my another music

comment and feedback welcomed (maybe suggest about my mixing quality)

https://soundcloud.com/galihsx/quarter-gelo

Thanks
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Bansaw
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Postby Bansaw; Sat Jul 21, 2018 11:05 am Re: Quarter Gelo (Epic Choral Music)

good -
whats the choir library ?
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wagtunes
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Postby wagtunes; Sat Jul 21, 2018 2:15 pm Re: Quarter Gelo (Epic Choral Music)

My Feedback

Music - 9.5
Instruments - 10
Performance - 10
Mix - 10

Overall - 9.875

Comments: I'm a sucker for this stuff. Well done.
galihsx
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12 posts since 17 Jan, 2017

Postby galihsx; Fri Jul 27, 2018 5:53 am Re: Quarter Gelo (Epic Choral Music)

Bansaw wrote:good -
whats the choir library ?


Requiem choir

wagtunes wrote:My Feedback

Music - 9.5
Instruments - 10
Performance - 10
Mix - 10

Overall - 9.875

Comments: I'm a sucker for this stuff. Well done.


Thanks
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ChamMusic
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618 posts since 12 Jun, 2006, from Birmingham, UK

Postby ChamMusic; Fri Jul 27, 2018 6:54 am Re: Quarter Gelo (Epic Choral Music)

Musically:

It definitely works quite well in creating that overall EPIC atmosphere, but it lacks the textural subtlety and sophistication that could really lift it to the next level and make it a professionally viable piece...

In particular there is not enough textural rise and fall in the right places to help the music ebb and flow more dynamically.

Harmonically - again it works, but it possibly needs more variety...basically the same underlying harmonies throughout with no variation...this doesn't help the rise and fall of tension.

Melodically - ditto the above comments although, overall, the melodic content is probably it's strongest element...instantly grabs the listener and pulls you in with catchy short, sharp motifs.

Production-wise:
It works quite well - quite a big sound, but possible needs a tweak or two in these areas:

1) Stereo Spread - not quite right for me...some things too wide maybe? I felt there was a hole in the centre?

2) Depth of Field - all a bit 'middle'....needs more variation...some towards the back of the soundstage and some drier and nearer the front?

Good job, though - it does work!
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galihsx
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12 posts since 17 Jan, 2017

Postby galihsx; Tue Aug 14, 2018 6:40 am Re: Quarter Gelo (Epic Choral Music)

ChamMusic wrote:Musically:

It definitely works quite well in creating that overall EPIC atmosphere, but it lacks the textural subtlety and sophistication that could really lift it to the next level and make it a professionally viable piece...

In particular there is not enough textural rise and fall in the right places to help the music ebb and flow more dynamically.

Harmonically - again it works, but it possibly needs more variety...basically the same underlying harmonies throughout with no variation...this doesn't help the rise and fall of tension.

Melodically - ditto the above comments although, overall, the melodic content is probably it's strongest element...instantly grabs the listener and pulls you in with catchy short, sharp motifs.

Production-wise:
It works quite well - quite a big sound, but possible needs a tweak or two in these areas:

1) Stereo Spread - not quite right for me...some things too wide maybe? I felt there was a hole in the centre?

2) Depth of Field - all a bit 'middle'....needs more variation...some towards the back of the soundstage and some drier and nearer the front?

Good job, though - it does work!


Thanks for deep review.. i will learned it

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