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  1. kristiang

    Hero Fantasy Pack Vol 1

    Here's a preview of the upcoming volume 2:
  2. Sounds good! Balanced mixed even though I don't understand a word. 😃
  3. kristiang

    Adventure game music

    Amazing compositions! Really nice to listen to. Agree to most points said by nsmadsen about the percussion and cymbal swells with timpanies that would make even more effectful transitions. Really nice work you've done here!
  4. Like laurikoivisto writes the balance of the mixes are pretty good and I think you have a good ear for composition. Also mentioned is the heavy quantization of the piano which could benefit from some automation as well. The dynamics between the different sections and transitions between them are great. Listening to "Vlad" you hear a sudden volume bump from the viola that could use a compressor or a bit of automation to smooth it out an make the strings in general have more dynamics to make it sound less static. Nice vibe overall!
  5. Thanks for sharing your own experiences! Nice that you keep em pretty short and to the point as well.
  6. kristiang

    Hero Fantasy Pack Vol 1

    Add the soundtrack of Hero Fantasy Pack Vol 1 to your main character’s adventures for those emotional as well as epic moments in their quest for glory! This RPG/fantasy music pack contains 4 main themes with each theme split into several parts with varying dynamics and intensity to easily make up your own combinations in use with middleware like FMOD, Wwise and Elias. You will find that the each part has a version where the single clip can be seamlessly looped and then a version with a reverb tail ringing out which can be of good use with middleware as mentioned above. All tracks are paired with a few stingers/hits as well a short end clip for a grand finale. A total of 49 audio files (loops excluded!) to vary the music within a scene! - 3 main tracks with sub-parts to match intensity in scene - 1 additional track also suitable for menu/credits/cutscene music - Looped files as well as original wavs with natural reverb decay - Stingers/hits for each track - 353 MB, 79 wav files in 16bit/44Khz quality Buy Hero Fantasy Pack Vol 1 "This asset is one of my WELL SPENT MONEY recomendation. This asset is very well made. If you need a fantasy music for your game you should consider to buy this one." Read the full Runemark Studio review of Hero Fantasy Pack Vol 1 Listen to previews of Hero Fantasy Pack Vol 1:
  7. kristiang

    Video Game Music Software

    Yeah, it's easy to bypass that part when first investing an a DAW. I know I did. Thankfully there are some great VI sales from time to time
  8. kristiang

    Video Game Music Software

    The cost of the DAW is a fraction of what I've spent on things like gear and VIs
  9. What a great track! Love the composition. Two thumbs up from me.
  10. kristiang

    What Software do you use?

    Been using Pro Tools for ages for music, sfx/foley and dialogue. We work together so well me and her. If you're uncertain on what to use a good way is to take a day or so just browsing around YouTube for reviews on different DAWs (and middleware like FMOD/Wwise if that's what you're asking for as well.) I actually took weeks watching (a little on and off) and reading about different DAWs way back and was actually pretty convinced early on that Pro Tools was something that seems like my kind of tool. Hope you find good tools for your creativity!
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    What type of game music would you rather make

    I agree with ptietz. It really depends on the purpose. A theme is a theme. Background ambience/music/fx should serve the mood/vibe foremost. But I'm sure it would work the other way around for some games also.
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