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    These are not samples but just tell me what you think

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    I like it. Has a nice minimalist pulse going on. Decent sound too. Seems like predominantly wind-oriented. Hard to hear the strings in parts. Brass sound decent too. Has a LOTR vibe to it around 2:37 especially the horn line. But it's just evocative. Not ripped off or anything. It's a nice work. The section transitions are good too.

    What sample library did you use? OrganicSymphonicCollection?

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    I can totally picture this on stage with modern dance/performance.

    Wonderful.

    -JF

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    The music is really nice.

    This is the first time on this forum when I think that something posted here is too wet, usually everything is too dry. The sound is very unclear because of the excessive reverb. Especially the rhythm in the beginning is very unclear because of the reverb. The overall sound of the reverb works but some elements are too wet. Wonderful brass sound. The violins are a bit thin but fit in nicely.

    What is the original work for which this is done?

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    Re: Metropolis (5 min demo)

    I know about reverb, but it was recorded that way in a church.
    Audience helped a little to dump the place but certainly not enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abel
    I know about reverb, but it was recorded that way in a church.
    Audience helped a little to dump the place but certainly not enough.
    Yeah, I was going to say that. It was done with live musicians and it's harder to control ambience with real players. Especially outside of a studio environment.

    It's nice to hear a real group playing music. It sounds like they had ample rehearsal time because there aren't any hiccups or performance flubs which is nice. Good writing!

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    Wspaniała orkiestracja... bardzo ładne... super bardzo mi się podoba

    pozdrawiam

    speaking shortly: Great

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    Re: Metropolis (5 min demo)

    Jeez...this is high budget stuff, sounds superb with the exception of the church reverb stuff discussed earlier, but whatever it sounds GREAT . Could it perhaps be a score to a remake of Fritz Lang's sci-fi classic Metropolis?

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    Re: Metropolis (5 min demo)

    Quote Originally Posted by Evan Gamble
    Could it perhaps be a score to a remake of Fritz Lang's sci-fi classic Metropolis?
    Bingo!

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    Re: Metropolis (5 min demo)

    ALL MAN! SWEET! . I'm awesome...hehehe.

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