Here's a new one from me. (Echos as in the greek word, not the typo :P)
This piece is for orchestra, choir, drums, guitar and synths! Let me know what you think!
That's nice Chris.
Producer ~ Sound Engineer ~ Musician
Wow Chris! This has a new surprise at every bend. I really enjoyed this, especially about midway when the organ or organlike sounds came in, really nice! Well conceived and executed. You have a great musical imagination Chris, thanks for sharing your piece with us. John
This is very cinematic in texture and style. Heroes and villians and damsels in distress.
"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one." Albert Einstein
Good job, Chris! A convincing blend of the orchestra and rock elements.
Are you happy whith your reverb settings? The orchestra sounds a little hollow and too distant/wet here.
All your strings belong to me!
Excellent work, Mr. Chris! You have a wonderful musical imagination and you are very creative.
I like this work. Thanks for posting it.
Larry G. Alexander
Very exciting stuff
The brass sound like they are right out of a 1960's spaghetti western. I keep waiting for Clint Eastwood to ride in from the setting sun. LOL
Seriously, this is very cinematic and I like the percussion. They are well presented and clean in the aural field. The orchestration is well done and all instruments are easily heard in the stereo field. Thank you for sharing this exciting piece. When does the movie open in a theater near me?
[Music is the Rhythm, Harmony and Breath of Life]
"Music is music, and a note's a note" - Louis 'Satchmo' Armstrong
This is great soundtrack work Chris.
It's pretty tough and hits you head on.
A great mix of instruments, voices and neat percussion work.
It's definitely an attention getter!
Thank you everyone for the comments! Much appreciated.
Hannes, good point, after another listen the orchestra does feel a bit wet to me as well, I will try playing around with it and see how it sounds, thanks.
Haha, soon I hope!When does the movie open in a theater near me?
I'm with Rich - I want to hear this in 8.1, sitting in front of a 30-foot screen! It amazes me how you fit all that into a mix without anything seeming to really lose focus. I spose the reverb could be tweaked a little in the strings...I dunno.
Impeccable and engaging, as always.