Here are my very first pieces composed for video games, i'm interested in having any feedback !
Thank's and have a good listen :
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Posted 03 April 2017 - 09:28 AM
Let's Fight sounds very appropriate for a retro-style game. Lots of energy and exchange of ideas between sections. Could work really well for a RPG. I felt the mix overall, was a bit top heavy. Strings got too loud in the stabs at 1:17. And you have some distortion. So some production is still needed but the composition is there!
Posted 04 April 2017 - 12:28 PM
Production means how you're setting all of your levels for each channel (or part) in your piece as well as what kinds of (and how much) effects you're applying. It can also mean how you're setting automation and panning, etc. It's a pretty big topic and can take a long time to master all of it! But basically you're making your piece sound the best it possibly can so it shines through!
Posted 11 April 2017 - 08:16 PM
I can definitely hear the FF in Let`s fight. I would be very interesting to hear a chiptune version this piece. One thing I would change is the bass sound. I find it too funky. Not the notes, but the timbre.
BTW, Im also from Montreal. I just joined. I posted a thread with one of my pieces. Maybe you could have a listen and let me know what you think.
Posted 12 April 2017 - 10:57 AM
thank's for listening my tune ! Of course the chiptune would be good ! i understand your opinion about the funky bass, it would change the mood of a FF fight i agree, but i wanted to keep that mood for now just for fun and tne energy it brings!
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