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Fun With Strings Fun With Strings

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sounds great! I could definitely see you making a full composition out of these chord progressions. Would you mind please sharing what VSTs these are? I'm a scavenger for good orchestra sounds, and these sound very nice!


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Jacob responds:

This one in particular is Monster Staccato by Cinematic Strings.
I think it's free - or perhaps used to be - but the complete versions of CS are very expensive and *ahem* very hard to find a download for.

Tell me if you find a way. ;)

Happy orchestratings!

*Edit* Oh, also check out Edirol Orchestral. It's free, and has some nice sounds. The strings could be a little better, but it has a wide variety of low-CPU samples, that are all sufficient. Not professional by any means, but much better than your standard MIDI cliche.


Drift - Philip's Apocalyp Drift - Philip's Apocalyp

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing

I feel insufficient to be reviewing this because it is simply epic. It reminds me alot of The Road if you've ever read that. Truly outstanding!


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MichaelJ responds:

I've never read it but I might look into it! Thanks for the review!
EDIT: I watched the movie, and wow, this is pretty similar! I really enjoyed the movie and it inspired me even more, so thanks!


Dead Woman Gives Birth Dead Woman Gives Birth

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great

Beginning was best part imo, would have like to heard it expanded upon more.


VTAEP responds:

Thanks man! I don't usually have a lot of parts that last long, I like to switch it up a lot!