Hello All! I would very much appreciate your constructive criticism on this track. I'm still learning orchestral arrangement and would love to hear your input on where I'm doing good and where I need…Continue
"The first thing I notice is that you track sounds like it compressed very much and the volume is just to loud so that some audio clipping happens. I would strongly recommend correcting this as it is a good composition.
As for the emotions you…"
"Wow kevin this is really great work! (I gather this is more of a sketch then a final) I think your going in the right direction with this! haha I listened to it without even reading your entire post about what you intend this for, and I knew it was…"
"Hey Jon thanks for the reply! I'll take that into consideration as I continue working on it. I can definitely see what you mean as far as the "jubilance" level of the piece. I was trying to stray away from conveying full tilt ecstatic…"
"This is a breathtaking composition! I really can't put a finger on anything I would change, so I'll tell you what I think works well. First, the vibes and high piano have a great harmonic tone together, giving it a very feminine and…"
Hello All! I would very much appreciate your constructive criticism on this track. I'm still learning orchestral arrangement and would love to hear your input on where I'm doing good and where I need to improve. Thanks!"We Won" Is an epic theme for use in a video game or movie. I tried to convey the emotions of victory, the relief that a long fought battle is finally over, and (the new hope) for a brighter future.See More
"Hey Jonathan, thanks for the reply! It's been a while since I've updated my music on this site so I've posted some new tracks on here and I'm trying to branch out and make as many friends as possible in the video game composing…"
What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
Film, Multimedia, Songs, Other
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Orchestration: scores for film and video games
Is music your main income source?
No - Not Yet
Where do you live?
About Me (Must include biographical information about you as a composer):
When I was 8 years old my parents bought me a cheap keyboard with 50 tones. Ever since then I've been addicted to composing music. I started out playing by ear, picking out melodies in all the movies I grew up with, movies like, Indianna Jones, Star Wars, Back to the Future, Jurassic Park just to name some of the most influental.
Upon the release of the video game Metal Gear Solid, I realized how much of a cinematic medium video games could be after playing through the game along with Harry Gregson Williams' epic score for the game. It was then that I decided to create scores of my own and pursue music productions for film and games as a career.
I'm the type of person who sits down to watch a movie or play a video game and probably throughout the majority of the time pays more attention to the music than I do anything else. Music is a powerful medium, the most powerful in my opinion, with the ability to provoke the most true heart felt emotions, the ability to create riveting suspense, and heart-stopping drama. Knowing this, and having been blessed with a natuaral ability and urge to create music, I feel responsible that I convey my thoughts, my emotions, my visions, through music...and hopefully use my talent to inspire others.
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Thanks Kevin! I understand what you mean about the feel of the MGS track. I've never played those games, but it made me want to go buy one of them immediately! I took a lot of inspiration for Gordmyah Ruins from the Metroid Prime series for Nintendo, which I've been playing so much lately. You should definitely check them out if you haven't, or at least the music. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dTxmdH01dE . Btw, do you compose just for the pleasure, or is it a part of your work?