everyone here has always given me extremely valuable feedback. I come from a chiptune/electronic background, so the further I foray into orchestral territory, the less sure I am of things. This is a song I made for an upcoming RPG, although my client is super happy with it, I'm wondering if there is something I can do to make it better as far as mixing/composition and other elements go.
The criteria for the song was:
-Should have a bit of post-apocolyptic feel but hopeful
-Should have a bit of that 'firefly' western sound
-Should be reminiscent of Final Fantasy
-Should give the impression that you're flying (the main character flies)
-Should showcase the guitar parts
Particular to this track's area: It's flying around a oppressive governments land, you can go there, but theres lot of laws and its a bit bleak and dystopian.
The guitars were recorded live (already had some great help mixing those from all you guys) and the other instruments are EWQL Hollywood Strings Gold and Symphonic Orchestra Silver.
Let me have it! I realize the only way I'm going to get better is to have my work critiqued
Edited by BravadoWaffler, 02 June 2013 - 01:13 PM.