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5-17-2010 @ 4:09PM
I love the Gnomeragan peice. It captures a sense of sadness of the home that the gnomes lost.Though I have to say I would love to hear something that still captures the sense of fighting and battle that are also included in these instances. I really enjoy the strong choices, and in the Gnomeragan peice as well I love the fugal moments you have where the instruments, begin coming together. I also feel that with both peices of the music I am in a smaller room. That atleast is a first impression. I also find myself wanting to hear some harmonic progression underneath your pizzicato strings in those quieter moments, there is so much silence!I am not trying to be negative, just giving some musical impressions I am having at first listen. I really love these peices!
5-17-2010 @ 4:19PM
Thanks a lot for the tips! I'm totally open to any suggestions and advice! And believe me, I know my music isn't perfect...I know what you mean about the 'smaller room' sound. And I think part of that is the limitations of the music program I use... there are a few tracks where I tried to make it 'bigger'. Try listening a few minutes into 'Maraudon - Pristine Waters' if you're interested.Silence is a fickle friend in music. I think a lot can be said in a moments pause inbetween chords. That or I'm just being lazy. Though it does pose a problem within context of the game. You bring up the point of battle music, and I agree.
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