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Music for custom stories
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RE: Music for custom stories

https://soundcloud.com/bridgethemasterbu...ts-track-1

This is the first completed track of WIWWM's Frozen Spirits project. Had a blast writing this and am mostly pretty satisfied with how it turned out. I'm currently working on the transcription for this, it should be done tomorrow.
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06-23-2013 02:04 AM
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RE: Music for custom stories

(06-01-2013 11:50 PM)GiggleBlizzard Wrote:  Someone should gather a team of the best crew around this site to make the ultimate mod - voice actors, musicians (that would be you), programmers, writers and mappers.

having seen how horizon played out (i was never really part of it but i was in the skype calls, heard a lot of the plans, saw it develop and everything) coupled with how large scale projects, even without the added difficulty of having to manage a group, usually go for amnesia the chances of this really ever happening are pretty slim to none.

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RE: Music for custom stories

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06-23-2013 05:11 PM
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RE: Music for custom stories

Composed a short piece that will serve as a mood-setter for the starting area in Frozen Spirits. "Awakening" is just a working title and not a very imaginative one at that (it's supposed to play the moment the player wakes up).

https://soundcloud.com/bridgethemasterbu...-awakening
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07-08-2013 11:17 PM
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RE: Music for custom stories

I really enjoyed your first sample, it made me think of Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth. That's a great thing, by the way.

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07-09-2013 04:40 AM
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RE: Music for custom stories

Composed a short piece for solo violin as per JAP's request.

https://soundcloud.com/bridgethemasterbu...olin-piece
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08-24-2013 03:54 PM
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RE: Music for custom stories

I think you could achieve a more realistic sound by upping both the attack and the release on the sampler device for the slower bits, it gives a neat kind of legato flow to string instruments from what I've tried. Great piece anyway, I admire that you refrain from overly repetitive motifs/themes like a lot of other musicians here seem to get hung up with.

08-24-2013 07:33 PM
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(08-24-2013 07:33 PM)Kurton Wrote:  I think you could achieve a more realistic sound by upping both the attack and the release on the sampler device for the slower bits, it gives a neat kind of legato flow to string instruments from what I've tried. Great piece anyway, I admire that you refrain from overly repetitive motifs/themes like a lot of other musicians here seem to get hung up with.

It definitely makes a lot of sense to do that in this context but for some reason it makes these samples sound even less realistic. Honestly I think they sound pretty acceptable as is, it's no substitute for a real violin but the reverb (I'm worried it may be too thick actually) compensates for that adequately. Thanks for listening and taking the time to post anyway, I appreciate it.
08-24-2013 07:51 PM
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