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Music & Sound FX / Nero's Law

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KariSigurd
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Posted: 18th Mar 2011 04:30
I haven't posted in these forums for a long long time, some of you (if any) may remember me as Lucifer. But i wanted to try this out once again and post a song here.

Link: http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_songInfo.cfm?bandID=1092752&songID=10113375

Let me know what you think
Jeff Miller
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Posted: 19th Mar 2011 01:08
Superb stereo separation. Good chord sequence. I'd prefer if the transitions were much less abrupt.
KariSigurd
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Posted: 28th Mar 2011 02:56
Thank you. I understand what you're saying about the transitions, i wasn't going to have the song like that at first. But i got really positive feedback from people when i posted a w.i.p of it on the image line forums about the contrast so i decided to keep it this way
flashing snall
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Posted: 28th Mar 2011 05:38
Hey, I was wondering where you went to.
Listening to the song as I type, so you get insta-reaction

sudden into the action part of the song. I guess thats good. OOh, the second build up is really cool. I like the drums.

Nice!

BMacZero
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Posted: 18th Jun 2011 06:49
Heh, I recognized your track "Cycle" on Soundclick, and I was like, "hey, I thought Lucifer wrote that...*scroll scroll*, oh" .

So you're not the one who wrote the Travlhertz music, are you?

Welcome back!

Rudolpho
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Posted: 20th Jun 2011 17:30
Where did you sneak off to to get so good?

Really nice progression and overall a cool theme. I tend to prefer my "epic" songs to have a bit more melodic influences, but that's just me.
Great job and welcome back


"Why do programmers get Halloween and Christmas mixed up?"
KariSigurd
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Posted: 29th Jun 2011 22:50
Hey guys, thanks for the comments

Quote: "So you're not the one who wrote the Travlhertz music, are you?"


Yeah, that was me

Quote: "Where did you sneak off to to get so good?"


I crawled behind East West's warehouse and nabbed a copy of the East West Complete Composers Collection
Jeku
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Posted: 13th Jul 2011 09:30
This sounds really cool Are the vocals the Symphonic Choirs from East West?


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KariSigurd
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Posted: 15th Jul 2011 04:31 Edited at: 15th Jul 2011 05:26
Quote: "This sounds really cool Are the vocals the Symphonic Choirs from East West?"


Thanks Jeku

Yes, it's all East West stuff in there. Symphonic Orchestra Gold, Symphonic Choirs and Stormdrum 2, i think that's all of the vst's i used in this song.

I also have Ra, MOR, Fab4, VOP, Pianos Gold and Goliath, all from East West.

I haven't used the choirs much since Nero's Law until now on the song i'm working on. I'll upload the current version of it if you're interested in hearing more of the choirs It's unfinished so there are pauses between sections i haven't finished yet.

I use SO Gold, SC, SD2, VOP and a few electro-synths in it (the synths are so far in the background you'll probably don't hear them).

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Jeku
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Posted: 16th Jul 2011 01:17
Cool, do you find the Symphonic Choir intuitive? I have one of the Vocaloids and found the interface extremely cumbersome. The Choir is on sale for half price now and I'm close to biting the bullet.


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KariSigurd
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Posted: 16th Jul 2011 21:49
You should definitively get it if you're thinking about it and especially now with the 40% off deal. It's easy to use, fun and not at all cumbersome or confusing. You can get a pretty good sound from it with little work.

I noticed you mentioned in another post you use reason, I don't know if reason can load vst's so you should first check on that.
Fuzz
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Posted: 19th Jul 2011 09:33
Great work! Are these available to download or buy? All of your songs are excellent.


KariSigurd
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Posted: 20th Jul 2011 07:50 Edited at: 15th Apr 2012 21:38
Hi Fuzz,

You can email me at: Karisigurd4@gmail.com
vivianny
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Posted: 8th Oct 2011 09:38 Edited at: 9th Dec 2011 09:24

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