I made a Sci-Fi soundtrack

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#1 ReneBreitbarth  Icon User is offline

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I made a Sci-Fi soundtrack

Posted 08 April 2017 - 02:54 AM

Howdy nerd :)/>/>/>/>/>/>/> (Considering myself so)

Close your eyes, buckle up your seatbelts, open your ears and ignition starts in 3, 2, 1 ....

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And now you can start to destroy me with your h8 comments...

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Posted 08 April 2017 - 03:56 PM

The tracks are pretty good! The only criticism I have is that sometimes they seem a little flat and could use a little more range and depth. One video game sound track artist that I think you could really get some great ideas from is Philter. I don't know if you know his work. I would pay attention to the songs "Prologue", "Adventure Time", one of my favorites is "The Song Bird" but they are all in the genre of fantasy epic style themes.

Another artist to check out for space style sound tracks is "Ancient Astronauts" and their singles "I came running", "Still a Soldier" and "Worldwide".

I am going to guess you are going to head that directions when you start doing your layered tracks. But either way, you are well on your way. :)

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Re: I made a Sci-Fi soundtrack

Posted 08 April 2017 - 10:15 PM

Thanks. I will check out these artits/ songs.

I checked out the songs you mentioned, all good, especially good sounding but iŽd say they have a different purpose / intention.

I made mine flat because i intented them to be used in one consistent scene.

Thanks for feedback!

New project will be actually Chiptune-like btw.. Plan is to to a lot of different stuff, also like what you proposed

Best!
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