DS - Gwyn, Lord of Cinders (MnP53)
May 05, 2016 messire_Cookie
2.Trism: I really like your choice of instruments, like a clockwork (as I already told you). Good job!
3.Hoboka: you really worked hard on the piano, the result is gorgeous! The choir add a lovely eerie atmosphere too :)
Honorable mention to Chalis who did also a great remix! It was really tough to put you out of the top :(
May 06, 2016 hoboka
Trism - nice clockwork adaptation. This IS pretty close to not fitting the MnP, MO, but the mood and pacing is all there, so it's all good in the hood. Nice work Trism! It does get a tad stagnant at the last minute, but man the chord pads and winter-y feel is teh sexy.
Chalis - Not too bad, some of the instrumentation is super dry and too much in the 'fore, such as the guitar and acoustic guitar and the harp. I liked the choirs and the strings.
messire_cookie - As Brandon said, the E-guitar is pretty MIDI, but hey that's okay that makes two of us. I do feel that the mood has been shifted too far from the source tune's own mood, however, which was the biggest detractor. I like the use of the pitch bending on the e-guitar, that was pretty cool. The soundscape is also pretty good.
May 06, 2016 bundeslang
Trism - Great atmosphere.
Messire_Cookie - I like the stuff you put on the background.
Chalis - Nice start, I especially enjoyed the short 'break' around 1:30.
Hoboka - I enjoyed the choirs on the background
Kat - Liked the choices you made, it's a nice mix.
Esperado - Nice piano.
May 08, 2016 Trism
Chalis - I like the concept of having an orchestral version of this, but for me everything sounds a bit too mechanical. The choir particularly sticks out as being rather stiff. Also everything seems be mostly in the mid and higher frequencies; having something in the low end would make the soundscape much more complete.
hoboka - I love that the choirs are slowly introduced and the humanisation of the piano is very very nice. Good work all round!
Kat - Another slow builder. The horns add some nice texture, however at times they tend to drown out a lot of the other instruments. The outro was very nice.