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Apr 7 2013, 2:13pm Anchor

Howdy,I am currently working on a large scale modding project for Morrowind, as among other things, it's composer. I'd like to hear what some people in this community thinks of the feel of this track:


The mix is still unfinished but what do you think of the composition and style, and for those who've played Morrowind, how well do you think it'll mesh with the pre-existing soundtrack?
Any help or suggestions appreciated

Apr 8 2013, 8:58am Anchor

Sounds good, and the style seems appropriate. The piano sounds quite mechanic, especially so in the beginning. I guess you've quantized it to the death? I'd try to humanize it somehow. Also, the attack and velocity didn't seem to vary at all. I can't find any problems in the composition itself.

Apr 8 2013, 11:29am Anchor

I can't tell you how well it will fit with the current Morrowind OST (never played), but song itself sounds pretty good. I personally see nothing that would need changing, but I'm not an expert, so a grain of salt would probably be good.

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Apr 8 2013, 2:08pm Anchor
klawie wrote:Sounds good, and the style seems appropriate. The piano sounds quite mechanic, especially so in the beginning. I guess you've quantized it to the death? I'd try to humanize it somehow. Also, the attack and velocity didn't seem to vary at all. I can't find any problems in the composition itself.

Yeah I get what you mean. Like I said, the mix is still unfinished, and the piano will get some more love. Thanks a lot for your input :)
Thanks to TerranAmbassador for weighing in too :)

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