You draw elements from so many video game composers it's insane, Mitsuda, Uematsu, and this piece sounds like something out of Legend of Zelda to me for some reason, and two submissions a day apart? That's like a record for you! XD
Again, the Garritan piano sounds great, that was one of my favorite instruments in Garritan to use, allthough now I use East West Gold's Piano, which sounds amazing.
I can't wait to hear some more Garritan-ized pieces from you!
*is a natural wonder, eh? :P*
Yes, you are right...2 submissions a day apart is pretty good for me! Buuuuut guess what? :D I have another one coming. (It's actually the Prelude to this piece. :D)
I <3 Garritian. :) I'm just happy with what I got. (I had to go through a lot to buy this program, you know...)
Anyways, thanks for the review! ^_^
Finally get to hear Garritan's fantastic piano again, and on a great song as well!
Glad you finally got Garritan's personal Orchestra, it's a great program as others can obviously hear.
Good to hear something from you, even if it is a Video game song, I can't wait to hear your Garritan on some Classical Originals!
Remember you told me one of the first songs you'd do is Zelda's theme? Better get cracking on that! :P
We'll see about that...(I do actually have a great Zelda Overture I wrote a few years ago...It's really cool, and I usually don't say that about my music. :P)
Thanks for the review! ^_^
David this Piece is amazing.
For the Audio Competition I assume?
If so, You wouldn't have a problem taking first place, and if you don't, somethings wrong with the Judges of the contest.
There is indeed many different emotions and it definately starts out very "epic" sounding, allthough it doesn't maintain that feeling throughought, as it is after all, a Christmas song.
And I definately feel like I'm in the middle of an Orchestra listening to this being played Live, thanks to the East West Gold Orchestra, you can have that feeling on all your songs now.
I'm downloading this, you can definately make it in the Composing for Movies business, as I can easily picture this in the opening of some Christmas Movie.
We should talk sometime and you could give me a few hundred composing tips.
5'd from Klace.
Keep at it.
This is for the audio contest, yes.
My goal was to almost create a medley feel to it. If you look closely you'll hear a little O Come all ye faithful before the middle section, and Jingle Bells at the start of the fast section in the strings.
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