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anachromium

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    Male
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    Austria/Germany

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  • Collaboration Status
    3. Very Interested
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    Cubase
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List)
    Trombone
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (Other)
    Euphonium

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  • Real Name
    Christian
  • Occupation
    orchestral musician

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  1. Meh, no chance of getting the vote in this time, got held up. :/ But as a good side note, I didn't had to choose for a winner this way. Loved all four tracks, great work everyone! Congratulation @Souperion on taking the win! Well earned! I might try and post a little bit of feedback tomorrow in this thread, if you want.
  2. Unfortunately no entry for me this time, even though the source screamed for some baroque-style-arranging. Maybe next time. Still looking forward to what you all got!
  3. Congratulation @Wassup Thunder As I wrote in the comments, that one was very enjoyable and it seems you didn't only meet my taste there! But also again to all the others: congratulations on your remixes! As I got into time trouble yet again, even after the 20 hour grace period, I hope the comments on the vote are helpful in one way or another. I just didn't finish them in time to proof read.
  4. My vote's in. You have no idea how hard that vote was for me. Having the burden of double points when wanting to give everyone a first place is simply cruel. Good job everyone, great stuff!
  5. Oh gosh, thank you!! I completely missed the ending of the compo and the whole voting stage. A bit much on my mind these days - same reason there's no bonus entry from me. Guess, I was lucky. But as I stroll through the posts, it seems that timing wasn't only an issue for me.
  6. Thank you for the explanation @Bundeslang Guess you have me there. What I wanted to say was, that I arrange my pieces the "old way", writing a score, recording it, and then probably start shuffling around parts. Something like that, it's a weird workflow somewhere between digital and analog working where I'm not sure if the word "flow" satisfies its meaning.
  7. As a professional brass player myself, the first thing that comes to mind is: Wow, extremely well written and performed, congratulations! I personally would even consider this finished, not Work in Progress, but if you're willing to change things up, some points I'd find worth considering (and only considering!) would be: The intro is really nice (and I like a good intro!) but it takes a while to get going and maybe the arrangement would work better as a remix when starting straight away with the theme, or maybe with a start at around 1:23? Could also be perfectly fine the way it is. I personally find the ending a little sudden, but as I can't really pinpoint to why exactly I feel that way I might as well be hearing ghosts. Not exactly a point, more like an idea, but maybe exchanging a few of those horn voices with Wagner Tubas might be additionally enriching for the arrangement? Asides from that I'd fully second everything Dhsu has written! Great work and good luck!
  8. Congratulations to everyone and especially @TheVideoGamer ! Well deserved win! And thank's again to everyone for the kind and instructive feedback! So, do you reverse the MIDI or the audio to start the remix - or both? I'm a little curious about that workflow. (Never done actual remixing, only the type of rearranging you heard in these competitions.)
  9. I have to admit, I never got to play Turrican myself (should probably change that sometime), but I really got hooked by the music, when I heard it's Main Theme on the "Symphonic Shades" album couple years ago. Simply amazing stuff, here's the live performance of it. Already looking forward to hear what ya gonna do with this one! And also: thank you for the MIDI, but I think I did attach one. The link is above the Youtube link in bundeslang's post. But as I'm not sure of how good it really is - it looked okay though - a second source is always nice to have.
  10. Got my entry in too, and: Oh yeah, this one was a lot of fun!
  11. Found that today by chance. He pulled it off quite well for playing every instrument by himself. Bad thing only... I wanted to do something along those lines myself
  12. Thank you so much! Don't worry too much! There is some truth in early impression feedback that gets lost, when listening twice or thinking more analytically about a track. But that's so important too, because after all that's how people decide whether they like our music or not - on first glance and very often without a second listen.
  13. Wow, thank you so much everyone! This one makes me really happy and I'm glad you all could enjoy the track! (And as more people asked in the comments: no french horn, everything you hear from brass is trombone. Alto trombone for the recitative in the beginning and + first quiet organ-verse and tenor trombone for the accompaniment and the solo at the ending.)
  14. My vote's in without complications. Seems fine to me.
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