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Re: Conflict (Metal Track)

Posted: Thu May 21, 2020 5:01 am
by ChuggnBlues
Nice! I especially liked the transition at ~00:58 and the ending solo. I do agree that the rhythm track tone could use some work, it sounds a bit thin to me - some double tracking could definitely help there.

Also, the world is your oyster for JRPGs on Linux - just install some emulators!

Re: Conflict (Metal Track)

Posted: Sun May 24, 2020 12:40 am
by crownbird
Noahsark wrote:
Tue May 19, 2020 6:58 am
This is some nice musical work!

Thanks for posting!!!
Thank you!
ChuggnBlues wrote:
Thu May 21, 2020 5:01 am
Nice! I especially liked the transition at ~00:58 and the ending solo. I do agree that the rhythm track tone could use some work, it sounds a bit thin to me - some double tracking could definitely help there.

Also, the world is your oyster for JRPGs on Linux - just install some emulators!
Thank you for the input! I did double track the rhythm guitars, and then hard panned them. Maybe I'd have to look at compression or EQ to fatten up the track somehow. And emulators are great! I used to use PPSSPP a ton for Disgaea 2, but then it got a Linux port thankfully; hopefully we get some more JRPGS ported natively.

Re: Conflict (Metal Track)

Posted: Mon May 25, 2020 1:39 am
by ChuggnBlues
Yea, sorry I'm not too much more help in regards to the tones. Just commenting on what I heard, but the lead tones did sound pretty great. Disgaea is good fun, I spent a lot of time on that one years back but never could get back in to it. I love me some Final Fantasy, though, I recently did a playthrough of FFIV (in US it was FF2 I believe) and that was loads of fun.

Re: Conflict (Metal Track)

Posted: Mon May 25, 2020 5:32 am
by forestandgarden
Hey nice, leaves me still hungry when it's finished at 3:05 :) Listening on small device speakers, and even there, the cymbals are rather too far back than standing out. My favorite transition gem is at 2:20, the guitars following could maybe make a little more space - but all of this is in the green zone.

On a hunch, maybe these folks would pick up on it https://www.rtve.es/alacarta/audios/el-vuelo-del-fenix/