Took a listen to a your tracks and think you did a job well done.
A breakdown of what I thought of certain tracks:Telid's Palace
: I enjoyed the use of harpsichord and it's structural movement from Major to minor. I get a Baroque vibe of J.S. Bach and Handel, with a pinch of Motoi Sakuraba's town theme goodness (must be instrument samples you're using?). I enjoy the dabs of trills here and there as well the aggression during the b section (~1:19). The rolled arpeggios add flavor as well to the piece. There's excellent balance in this track and would ask you to get a live recording of this piece with acoustic instruments. It would add to your repertoire very nice of recorded pieces.The City of Telid'
: Again, I hear that Motoi Sakuraba feel in this track, more on the side of Golden Sun side of things. For its function, this theme works splendidly as a town's theme, as I would recommend you to keep up the great work with this kind of approach. Slum of the Gilded City
: Excellent choice on instrument on melody (Bassoon), as well use of pizz strings. I get a Uematsu vibe from in relation to his "Slam Shuffle ~ Zozo Theme"
. Catchy stuff!Mines (Boss)
: Whoa! Loved this! Love the use of the Seven meter! Excellent job on the transition between sections in the track. I like what you did at the midpoint, adding a bright sounding section the transforming into those wild arpeggios (I get a Secret of Mana Boss Theme Feel
) Exciting ending as well. Nicely done!Eternity's Dance
: I love the energy and explosive elements of this track--especially the buildup @0:56--which gives it that Liszt-flavor of piano playing. The only constructive criticism I can give for this piece is that to work on the crescendo to the Triple fff
strong explosions. If ya work on the dynamics of such, this track will come out polished.
That's about it for feedback, as I would spend all day listing my thoughts on each track. Excellent job and keep the groove going!Note: I'm well aware that this post is a couple of months old, but still would like to leave a feedback for the tracks.