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Hello! What's your opinion of this tracks?

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#1 EstudioEvergreen   Members   


Posted 25 April 2013 - 06:08 AM



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?




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:





I'm looking forward to your opinion smile.png. Thanks in advance


Best Regards

Estudio Evergreen.

Edited by EstudioEvergreen, 25 April 2013 - 05:59 PM.

#2 Olliepm   Members   


Posted 10 May 2013 - 06:45 AM

The chiptune was interesting, and pretty cool.  I think it would be better if the lead melody wasn't looping constantly, because I can see it getting annoying after a while (assuming the zombies are being held off for extensive amounts of time).  I suppose if this wasn't something you wanted to do, you could change the sample for that lead sound to something that doesn't sustain as long, like a glockenspiel type sound?


The only thing I could suggests for the orchestral piece was that the lower range woodwind (I think) instrument sounded a little too much like a sample instrument, so maybe try some chorus, reverb, or edit each notes velocity to make it sound a little more human; by the time the arpeggiated part kicked in I really loved the track. I think it's really good and quite pleasant to listen to, so it'd be well suited to a game.  


All in all, I dig :)

#3 EstudioEvergreen   Members   


Posted 13 May 2013 - 02:32 PM

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 10aheadgames^RH   Members   


Posted 22 May 2013 - 03:46 AM

A quick comment on the Sion Tower - Tema Principal; A struck of genius at 2:11, but it dies again at 2:14. The way you all of sudden mellowed down was beautiful, I just wish you'd stay there for a while.

Rune Hansen


10ahead Games


#5 BeatscribeMusic   Members   


Posted 22 May 2013 - 06:44 AM

The chiptune track is pretty nice. Reminds me of Sega/SNES a bit. Nice progression on the melody too, but it is just a bit repetitive. Something about the bass seems to stick out a bit to me too. 


The orchestral one is just begging for some thundering Timpani rolls and hits, in my humble opinion :)

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