I don't know how you'd describe this but it is what it is.
My impression: sounds like a collaboration of Excel Monkey, billdough and you
♬ Aliens approaching...
Unit Regiment Music with a preparation into World War... III (3)
The leadership questions made me laugh hard so I guess its enjoyable.
This is cool, it's like a whole soundtrack squeezed into 3 minutes, amazing, showing good technique, and really like the strings you've got in here, the last third melody hints at the Indian continent to my ear. Oh and an interesting vocal in there, from some stock, or somewhere else??
Thanks for the comments everyone. This was actually a milestone in that it's my first track using vocal samples. It was fun to see what can be done. Just scratched the surface compared to what most have done on this forum.
These are lines from a favorite Twilight Zone episode. The string melodies might have a some tinge of Eastern music because string interlude and layered ending were done with an ear to music I came of age listening to, which had that influence.
That is not bad; I didn't expect to like it until it developed. I wouldn't stop working on it though
¿que onda, pachuco?
I've thought of continuing on it but afraid it would only get longer and I'm not sure longer is necessarily better ....
I was swaying my head here. For me it's a happy track. I like the padsynth sound here, the one that sounds like a violin. That was sick. And who are we?
Thanks, N.V.I.V. !
The strings (violins, cello, bass) and yes, a bassoon, were from Sonatina. In the midsection, some flanger was applied halfway through the string section. The piece was meant to be fun but the question is serious :-)
You're right JHSound. This track was awesome. :)