All 3 audio Reviews

Running Free Running Free

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Excellent work. Like a lot of previous comments, I'm going to praise you on the melody and arrangement. Musically, everything fits nicely together, with smooth transitions between the different parts of the song. Honestly, it's quite a beautiful inspiring piece. If i would have heard this somewhere else i would absolutely believe it to be a professional track from a movie or video game. Fantastic job. The only critique I have is that the build towards the end could have been a lot more tense. That would have made the final reprise to the main melody a lot bigger and more satisfying. Not a huge issue, as it still did a good job of that. Over all a larger than life sort of piece. As far as the mix, everything is clear, crisp and melds nicely. You did a great job! Keep it up.

Chip 'n' Swing Chip 'n' Swing

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I can tell you've put a lot of work into this. Musically, this is interesting. It's got a nice basic structure, and changes up enough to keep it from being repetitive. The arrangement is good too, all the parts blend together nicely, and the transitions between the different portions of the song are smooth and unnoticeable. I could definitely see this being a track on something like Donkey Kong Country, very nice. As far as the mix goes, this song also excels. It is smooth and sweetened, and avoids the classic, painful high end hiss of actual chip generated music. Clean and clear. Good work, and good luck! Keep it up.

Reptilian Lair Reptilian Lair

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fantastic mix. Crisp, smooth and consistent sound quality all the way through! The arrangement and composition of the song it self is also built very well. The only thing I've noted is that the snare drum tended to get lost every once in a while rather than popping, however I don't feel like it was that big of an issue, and all in all everything blended well. Great job! Look forward to hearing more.

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DanJohansen responds:

Glad you dig it my friend, thanks for the awesome compliments. The sound is very packed full so it can be hard to let every element be heard all the time. I fear if I make the snare louder it could interfere with some other parts of the tune. But I'll check it out for sure! Rock on \m/