Description : Probably gone to far with this one, but really wanted to create a movie/orchestral type track. the composition is about being in a bad place but seeing the way out again at the end ( profound not!!) it also features some of my feeble keyboard skills, which I am determined to improve in 2015. Comments good or bad as usual gratefully received. Thanks,
Mark

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  1. cyberbugBOB
    cyberbugBOB on Thu 4th Jun 2015 - 4 years ago

    SImply AMAZING!

  2. santiago1998
    santiago1998 on Sun 15th Mar 2015 - 4 years ago

    I plan to use for a short video and will make sure to give you credit for it in the description.

  3. AngelDragon2580
    AngelDragon2580 on Mon 12th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    MAgix always loved this program most of the stuff the movie pieces i made where form here.... As for the way you made this song i like it, you took a different route then me on how to how to bring it together and it holds up very good :) but it feels like at the end you ended it so sudden wished it was kinda longer but regardless you did a dam good job well done :D

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    Hi Angel,
    MAGIX, it is such a great programme which still lets you put your own mark on it! thanks for liking and I did consider extending it ( I may do a new version sometime!)but I like to try an keep interest by creating shorter tracks! there are those on looperman so much better at creating longer tracks that are always so good such as Orlando, Static Nomad and Free Radical to name a few..but a big thanks again.
    Best wishes,
    Mark

  4. DJSLTUK
    DJSLTUK on Mon 12th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    Sensational...

    Really pictured a battle score in an RPG game of movie with this creative musical canvas...plenty of colour splashed thru all of the instruments to create an epic tale of of David & Goliath proportions.

    Very Welldone Larry,

    DJ-SLT-UK

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    Hi DJ-SLT-UK,
    Just a really big and massive thank you, I know that not a lot gets past you, so for you to get what I wanted out of this track and to get a comment like this means a lot. Thank you.
    Very best wishes,
    Mark

  5. 3rdNippleMusic
    3rdNippleMusic on Sun 11th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    what a day & age we live in to be able to manifest something as beauty-full as this. great piece

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    WOW!, a massive thank you, for taking time to listen and for commenting....it means a lot.
    Best wishes,
    Mark

  6. surya94
    surya94 on Sat 10th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    this is pro rpg stuff...

    will sound so cool in rpg games

    the sounds are so clear and the synths are really nice...
    enjoyed a lot

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    Thank you so much and really appreciate your comments and for taking time to listen.
    Best wishes,
    Mark

  7. ScottB55
    ScottB55 on Sat 10th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    Super job, Mark. Has many elements I love in classical music. I played in the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra for 4 years back in the day, and, being a percussionist, I always love the high energy pieces we did. Doing something like this would have definitely gotten my adrenalin up. I really like the dynamics you used in the piece. The harp and xylophone really sound nice and I love the choir...Hell, I love it all!

    Cheers,
    Scott

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    Hi Scott,

    Coming from a great percussionist like you that is truly a compliment, and thank you....I loved doing the drum builds at the end and though I love my EDM, I so enjoy creating orchestral music too. thanks again for your kind comments,
    best wishes,
    Mark

  8. MagneticRecords
    MagneticRecords on Fri 9th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    Hi Mark. Can it be that you're a film composer. Because that's really WOW. I played a game. In the 90s. It was called, Tomb Raider. And the music was the same. So mysterious, so wonderful.

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    Hi MR,
    thank you, ahhh Lara Croft, its one game I didn't play...but thank you for the comparison and it is so pleasing to know I have hit what I wanted to do...but still being original ( hopefully!!). thanks so much again,
    Mark

  9. Prelude
    Prelude on Thu 8th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    uumm just ..i vote this as a orchestral or classical music .

    not a cinematic tune but briliant .

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    Hi again Prelude,

    no worries, didn't quite know where to slot this track, but whatever genre your comments mean so much..thank you.
    My best wishes,
    Mark

  10. Prelude
    Prelude on Thu 8th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    wow those harps were comingg from the heaven .

    amazing work .

    congrats.

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    WOW.... a big thank you Prelude!
    best wishes,
    Mark

  11. Oceanically
    Oceanically on Thu 8th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    The piano was beautiful in the beginning, and strings to! This track reminds me of the movie, Coraline. I think it would fit superb in there. Or a fantasy video game. It was a great listen. :D

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    Hi,

    Thank you for taking time out to listen and for your great comments, and I am so pleased that you got what I was trying to achieve. thank you again,
    Best wishes,
    Mark

  12. basegirl
    basegirl on Thu 8th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    Hey Larrywiggles1, Love this track "out of the gloom". I was hoping to get your permission to use this track royalty free for a BASE jumping video I am making right now. I think parts of this track would be amazing for the video and would of course give you music credit in the end. I would love to use it if it is ok with you!!

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    Hi basegirl,

    thanks for your kind comments and really pleased you like.
    No worries go ahead and use it, just mention mark Jeffries and that would be great, would love to see you finished video too. Best of luck with your shoot and thanks again.
    Very best wishes,
    Mark

  13. dyldonomus
    dyldonomus on Thu 8th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    reminds me of video game bgm. pretty dope man

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    Hi,

    A massive thanks for listening.

    Best wishes,

    Mark

  14. CozmicOscar
    CozmicOscar on Tue 6th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    Dhake is obviously the "Danke shake", a dance of the hungarian natives done at the winter solstice

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    if it is I hope Danke does a version of it, it will be superb, then an Oscar remix might follow,
    Thanks Oscar,
    Speak soon

  15. danke
    danke on Tue 6th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    Dhake isn't a new word, it means shake (but I think you guessed it)...

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    we are shaking my friend, take care!!

  16. danke
    danke on Tue 6th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    Yeah, this is a stunning track with lots of classical elements...
    Superb use of the tension...calm and 'nervous' parts changing...

    Congrats Larry, good example for your outstanding all-rounding...:-)

    Dhake hands, Danke

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    whooo thanks Danke,
    and indeed Dhake hands my friend, I appreciate your comments so very much, and just so pleased you got what I wanted to get across with this track, from day one you have given always honest comments and that I value so very much.
    Thanks again and Dhake hands Danke,
    speak again soon and take care, best wishes,
    Mark

  17. CozmicOscar
    CozmicOscar on Tue 6th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    At noon under the spaghetti western sun: the Brahms and Prokofjew shootout.

    Very cool track, good composing and arranging. Keeps the power through the whole track without using too much compression.

    I don't think you've gone too far. But far. A huge stream of musical information, it's like a videogame ad music telling you all you got to know (or feel) about the game in less than one minute - I'd sure buy your game!

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    Hi Oscar,
    thank you, that is an awesome comment and I mean that, you have summed up what I wanted to portray, and you can have the game for free!! thanks so much again Oscar,
    very best wishes and speak soon,
    Mark

  18. 15ludwicke
    15ludwicke on Mon 5th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    Love how powerful this track is. The cellos at 0:30 are fantastic! Great work larry, this was a fantastic piece to listen to! The brass mixed with the chorus at 1:29 is fantastic, and the male choir at 1:37 made me feel like i was playing halo again! (don't know if you know the halo theme if you don't check it out) The clarinet after that made me think that I was running through the forests of Oblivion again. (I'm a gamer if you couldn't tell) Overall this track was one of the best orchestral pieces I've listened to on this site. Well done!

    P.s. Thanks for always being supportive on my tracks!
    Rico L.

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    Hi Rico,
    well what can I say except a massive thank you, and I really appreciate your comments and your reference to gaming and Halo especially, it really was a big compliment..my gaming skills are like that of my keyboard...limited!!keep up your gaming and producing great music Rico, and thanks again.
    my best wishes and take care,
    Mark

  19. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Mon 5th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    You definitely have the soundtrack Mark...there are some parts that I think would make it ideal for one of those fantasy or midevil kind of scene sets with the flute sound & vocal pads etc......big mix here...and all sits very nice and clear on my speakers...well...now that Winter is at its worst perhaps it will keep you inside and doing more music....your year is off to a very fine start.....Ed

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    Hi Ed,

    a big thank you, really pleased you like, and the effect I was trying to create, and yes it will be good to start creating again....and winters a good excuse for a drop or two of the good stuff!
    thanks again Ed,
    Take care,
    Mark

  20. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Mon 5th Jan 2015 - 4 years ago

    This is sounding really good Mark (even though my headphones are now only working on the left hand side PAH!!!) I can't pick out your "feeble" keyboard skills from the mix. Everything sounds bang on to me and you've created the exact atmosphere you said you were trying to achieve so i'd say jobs a goodun!!!
    Love the big drum build towards the end of the track.
    Splendid!
    FR

    larrywiggles1
    Reply by larrywiggles1

    Hi FR,

    Thank you, thank goodness for your dodgy headphones!! glad it the spot though, I had wanted to do a cinematic style track for a while so thought I would have a go, its good to be creating again after a long spell of not producing much.
    thanks again and take care,
    Mark

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