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fawmtronica orchestral guitar-concerto movie-soundtrack
This is not actually a movie soundtrack, sean.
Sorry for the fucking CLICK TRACK we did bad.
this is a journey
I just heard this on the FAWMtalk podcast. Interesting song, from nifty guitar to chiptune and back, and visiting various different keys. Doesn't end when I expected it to either. Cool stuff overall, great atmosphere too.
This has a really grand, epic sounding opening - then becomes quite intimate and insular with the guitar solo - then gradually opens out again into a beautiful landscape of sounds. It really took the listener on a surprising and unexpected journey, especially when it took introduced electronic elements. Great job 😀
The guitar sounds absolutely brilliant. Is that some cheeky vibraphone in there or are my ears deceiving me? Hmm maybe it's just me. I found it hard to follow the progression in the middle section, but that didn't make it any less enjoyable, it just means I need to spend more time on theory. The Zelda-y passage at around 4 mins was very cool, and it sounded great when the guitar came back in. Nice one!
Another massive symphonic intro. But then...guitar! Some awesome playing at work there! I'd trying to work out what you did with that click track, haha.. the way it comes in and out is strangely cool actually - if it was a little more pronounced anyway. The ending when it all comes together.... praise Jebus!
Love this. From the first notes to the last this was such a great listen.
Whoa. You 've put together an enormous sound that ranges from orchestra to chiptunes and back again, And the combination really works.
But when that guitar takes centre stage, it *owns* it. Inspiring playing.
8: This is a pile of dead dwarves, an Elephant, and a cloud of Miasma. Those are the three most prevalent features in Boatmurdered. Miasma is the purple blotch that shows up when corpses begin to rot. It makes your dwarves angry, which usually leads to hilarity.
Beautiful guitar. I like how the big, epic intro morphs into solo guitar, then slowly build back up into the orchestra then the everywhere else. It's quite a journey.