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This is just a 40-second preview of my new upcoming single. Please let me know what you think! I need fantasy and metal experts to weigh in on whether fantasy elements and symphonic metal can synthesize well as a music genre. I wrote this symphonic metal song with fantasy and magic elements as an ode to anyone lacking the strength or courage to face their trials and traumas head-on. I believe that by connecting to your inner mage, knight, or god/goddess, you can accomplish remarkable things. Whenever I listen to my inspirations such as Starset, Within Temptation, Cepheid, Amaranthe, or Evanescence, I find that I am able to transcend my basic humanity and connect with that inner imaginary persona that represents power and passion. Maybe you can learn to harness your inner power as well, whether through your own will or by the grace of your God. This is my attempt to help my wife connect to her own shadow work. Similar song: Starfire: My mission is to help other people feel powerful enough to overcome challenges in their life. Music is what helped me overcome so many trials and tribulations personally, which is why I want to help inspire and motivate people to do the same. 👍 If you like my music or my mission, give me a thumbs up 👍. I'm a small, independent composer, so any engagement you give my videos goes a really long way in helping me uplift people musically. ⚔️ If you like this genre I'm trying to create, be sure to subscribe so you don't miss its official release! https://www.youtube.com/c/Hawksearcher?sub_confirmation=1
Hello everyone! I am in a group called Boundaries, hailing from Clemson, South Carolina. We just released our EP titled "Convergence" the other day, and I wanted to share it with you all. It would mean a lot to me if I could get any feedback. I am only posting a link to the YouTube stream of our EP, and I will gladly link any social media pages upon request. Enjoy!
I'm curious to see what people think of the song structuring, what people like/dislike etc. etc. about this track. I'm new to home recording and feel that some outside feedback could open my eyes to some stuff and, I know i've definitely got a long way to go. I'd love to hear what other people out there have been working on, and just generally discuss recording techniques, setups, Vsts/ whatever.