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Music from a game I'm working on - Ravenmark: Mercenaries

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that's really nice.   The snare drum and the metal bar strikes stand out.  I like the volume swells and brass in the first.  Kindof cool in the later part how it transitions and the high flute part comes in.  Thought it sounded very good.

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I like the structure, especially the big crescendo at the beginning. It really adds dramatic flair, and *immediately* caught my attention. About the only critique I have is that, although your melodies are really great and catchy, they seem to wander a bit as a full structure. It would be nice to hear more of what you'd call the "main" theme, just to solidify the piece as a whole. 

 

That's a really minor critique, however, and overall I love the piece.

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Hey Curtis! Perhaps it might be the constant change in instrumentation, but the melodies are repeated more or less exactly twice in an "A (intro/interlude),B,C" form. Maybe if I just repeated it again it might help. Thanks!

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Hi! Fantastic music, you really hit the adventure gamer in me. Can I ask which DAW set up you have? I am currently set with SonarX1 Producer and a couple of guitars, but I'm thinking of maybe purchasing a Reaper license. 

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I'm using logic currently but thinking of switching to cubase since the lack of updates makes me nervous.

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If you're in to writing long melodies, study Chopin, he had an incredible way of writing melodies that were long yet never seemed waffly.

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