EstudioEvergreen

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  1. MathMaze! OST

    Thanks for taking the time for listening!   At first I was a little surprised with your comment about the pizzicatos in the first part, but after reading your tutorial, I understand what you meant. I recorded nearly everything of the piece using a keyboard so the velocity is unique for every part and note. Maybe when recording I should have done a little bit more emphasis.   About the second point, also surprises me, I thought there were dynamics. I didnt want to put a limiter or compressor to keep the dynamic range as it was. Which parts would you do a little bit quiter or louder?   I agree with you that the production is what could be much better, but unfortunately I still have a lot to learn and somehow I need to develop this instinct for production and mixing and editing much more   I'm happy that you liked it!
  2. MathMaze! OST

    Hello!   We have made the OST for a game that is going to be very soon in google play. It's a math game were you have to solve mini puzzles to get to the end of a labyrynth.   I would really like to have your opinion of it and also I hope you enjoy it!   https://soundcloud.com/estudioevergreen/math-maze-ost
  3. Hello! What's your opinion of this tracks?

    Thanks for the comments!   About the zombies, this was the song for the "city" so you are not supposed to be there a lot, lot of time, but anyways I will check it.   About the woodwind, you are totally right. It should sound more natural, I will probably try to resample this in the near future. With more human things. I will post it again when I have it ready ;)
  4. Hello!   I'm doing music for free for other people's game and I'm always looking to improve. I would like to have some feedback in a few themes if possible:   This is a chiptune oriented track for a very simple and funny zombie game. Maybe too simple but it seems it works. What's your opinion?   https://soundcloud.com/estudioevergreen/01-estudio-evergreen-safe-in?in=estudioevergreen/sets/legenda-scintila-ost-2012   And now something more orchestral for a game that was the final thesis of a friend. The requisites was to be something funny and with a battle spirit all together:   https://soundcloud.com/estudioevergreen/03-sion-tower-fase-1?in=estudioevergreen/sets/sion-tower-bso-2011     I'm looking forward to your opinion . Thanks in advance   Best Regards Estudio Evergreen.