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    Lightbulb Violin, Orchestra, Drum & percussion beat...

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    Hey, it's been a long time since I post my tune here. It's gonna be a good time to show you up one of my work again Yup, this one is cool IMHO... check it out, and tell me whatever you think...

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    It's called "The Hero"

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    that is a very good arrangement and recording james. I dont what you used since you have the ability to do so much. Sounds like you spent some time in the upper UK listening to some of the local folk classics. Very nice.
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    Aah, thanks for come by listening and droping those words, Toki. I tend to mix two different kind of traditional style here. Irish & Malay. The melody is Malay style, while I cover it with Irish arrangement. As usual, everything -from writing, sequencing, performing, recording, and mixing- is done by myself (with a big help of my brother Ryo!!! ). We're on our way to accomplish the whole album in this kind of genre. It may be released as indie album soon.


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    Smile pretty melody

    nice arrangement too.the percussion sounds a little weak and distant in some parts but that could be my sound card-lol-overall a very nice job.;-)

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    Thanks billyboy2674... Indeed, the percussions were coming only on certain parts, but I'll check it again.
    Thanks.

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    Re: Violin, orche....

    Are you planning to make film music?

    Really smooth sound. I like "the beloved one" best...

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    Very cool indeed! It's rebuffering a lot on 'stream' so I'm gonna have to listen to it again later after I get home from my gig but I like what I can hear.
    I agree with the movie score comment. That's what this sounds like. I can almost see the Ireland flyover during the opening credits.
    Or alternatively, it would be a good theme piece for one of Disneys' parades at EPCOT.

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    Thumbs up Interesting take on celtic

    Sounds real nice. Good use of space in the mix. Definately has a movie soundtrack vibe.

    Nice arrangement.

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    sounds really great except the drum sound around 1.25 then 2.30 then you kept it after 3o the rest of this work deserves better percussion Jaymz!! Otherwise I wish I could record like as fine as that!!!

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    Damn, Lt. Bob...that is one rippin' cool avatar.

    Jaymz - Yours is tough to read, so I'm offering up a more legible one...feel free to hate it; I'm into the graphic art thing this weekend. I posted a couple in the cave in that avatar thread that I started.

    Okay - On to Music, lol; Those git sounds you're getting at the very beginning were EXTREMELY cool... (I haven't read the thread, but that was good stuff).

    Okay, I realize this probably isn't supposed to be a real drum heavy tune, but I think they sound too small... I don't like the horn sounds much, but I actually do like just about everything else.

    This is a complex mix...nice job. Kinda' reminds me of Celtic stuff after the intro.

    Later,
    Chris

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