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The piano and harp playing is lovely. I like the structure, and the climactic sections have a magical, mysterious vibe. I think the solo violin needs a lot of treatment, particularly dynamic EQ. Moving the composition down a few semitones could also help alleviate that harsh, piercing sound quality.

FateModified responds:

Thanks! That’s a great idea to automate the EQ. I think I’ve only ever tried that in a couple of my songs, and they were EDM type songs. I never thought to try that on “natural” instrument VSTs like the JBV for some reason. Thanks for the tips! :)

This is one of your best songs! It sounds really professional and makes me feel like I'm playing an intense turn-based battle in a rpg.

AceMantra responds:

Thanks so much! I'm glad you like it.

The composition is perfectly suited to represent your description of Melanie :) I look forward to hearing this developed more.

This is amazing!!!

The atmosphere you created is impressive and fits the theme perfectly. There's a lot of detail with regards to the sounds. This is the type of game music that can truly immerse one in the environment without standing out and drawing attention to itself. Higher quality instruments would be nice of course, but due to the nature of the song, the quality of your orchestral instruments isn't really an issue.

gnatmuse responds:

Thank you for the feedback! I took a lot of care in crafting this piece. I wanted it to be able to stand on its own as well as in a game. :)

This is very calming, and I like the melodies.

This is very catchy. I love the sound design. The transition at 2:17 is awesome.

PredatorMusic responds:

Thank you man!

Listening to this instantly improves my mood. It sounds utmost christmasy. I like the expressive details on the lead instruments.

I like the composition a lot so far! It’s so peaceful — I’m interested in how that might change.

The solo woodwind sounds very dry and raw compared to the strings, which are very wet. Maybe if the woodwind has mic positions, adding more of the hall sound can help. If it’s totally dry, then a good early reflections reverb instance can help.

Codefreq responds:

First, thank you so much for taking the time to review this. I’ll keep your feedback in mind when I do the main submission.

Second, due to the fact that this is not the final submission, coupled with me getting swamped with other things, I didn’t spend as much time mixing and writing as I could have or would have liked.

I’m looking forward to when I will be able to show you my final submission, rather than just WIPs. ;)

I love it! It's so warm and romantic.

wilidacious responds:

thank you!

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