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Court of Morgoth VR180 music video

Autor Ruchir

Hi all,

My latest music cinematic video. Music created using Synfire.



Sa., 04.06.2022 - 18:48 Permalink

Very nice composition. Do you use any DAW or directly do everything in Synfire Pro ?


Sa., 04.06.2022 - 18:55 Permalink

All in Synfire Pro. Then recreated in Presonus Studio One for recording purposes.

Sa., 04.06.2022 - 19:08 Permalink

Outstanding. New kind of music and patterns. One of these days I would love if you can do a walkthrough video of this song ; the details of how you put this thing together in Synfire, libraries used etc. 

thank you 

Sa., 04.06.2022 - 20:11 Permalink

Sure thing, this is my favourite music cinematic. Very happy to do a zoom webinar on it.

So., 05.06.2022 - 04:11 Permalink

Very nice composition, but perhaps not the ultimate mix. 

For example, the elements that came in circa the 30 second mark drowned out the delicate piano figure that I was focused on. And sometimes I thought the voice could stand a bit of/more compression.

Just my humble opinion, offered in the spirit of constructive criticsm.

So., 05.06.2022 - 10:29 Permalink

Ah yes, I didn't do any post processing in Presonus Studio One. It was a a straight record from the Synfire version, including any reverb.

You seem to know what you're doing. Would you like to remix it? I can upload stems to Splice. Not sure if that would break the EULA for the samples though. I'd need to check.

So., 05.06.2022 - 14:31 Permalink

Sure, I'll take a shot at a remix.

Stems would be fine, but stems sans reverb would be preferrable.

I don't think loading the stems to Splice so I could do a remix would violate any EULA. 

So., 05.06.2022 - 14:47 Permalink

For the vocal samples. I think the reverb is baked in. I've sent them (Vandria's licensors) an email to see what they say. Thanks.

So., 05.06.2022 - 15:50 Permalink


That will be great if  you can do a webinar. Keep me posted on when you plan to do that.

Looking forward