Reminder: The Jungle Tune everyone already heard and loved was orchestral

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Reminder: The Jungle Tune everyone already heard and loved was orchestral

Postby Austin_4e » Sun May 03, 2015 6:04 pm

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Re: Watching Grant Kirkhope try to explain what "orchestral" means to idiots is cringe-worthy

Postby Crownless » Sun May 03, 2015 6:05 pm

Yeah, Grant, Wise and Burke know what they're doing! Trust in them!

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Re: Watching Grant Kirkhope try to explain what "orchestral" means to idiots is cringe-worthy

Postby Blob55 » Sun May 03, 2015 6:06 pm

I know this is just directed at me.

Also, I know the difference, I just suck at explaining and by creating the topic, you are insulting me.

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Re: Watching Grant Kirkhope try to explain what "orchestral" means to idiots is cringe-worthy

Postby dotEXE » Sun May 03, 2015 6:08 pm

I just said this in the other thread. Grant mentioned the original Banjo Kazooie used almost entirely real instruments.

People are forgetting these developers have over 100 years combined experience and something like 20 published games among them.

People are definitely idiots.
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Re: Watching Grant Kirkhope try to explain what "orchestral" means to idiots is cringe-worthy

Postby Austin_4e » Sun May 03, 2015 6:09 pm

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Re: Watching Grant Kirkhope try to explain what "orchestral" means to idiots is cringe-worthy

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Re: Watching Grant Kirkhope try to explain what "orchestral" means to idiots is cringe-worthy

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Re: Watching Grant Kirkhope try to explain what "orchestral" means to idiots is cringe-worthy

Postby RareAware » Sun May 03, 2015 6:12 pm

I agree about letting the experts take the music to its highest possible level of quality, but the condescension in this thread is a bit off-putting. No need to call any of your fellow backers "idiots."


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Re: Watching Grant Kirkhope try to explain what "orchestral" means to idiots is cringe-worthy

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Re: Watching Grant Kirkhope try to explain what "orchestral" means to idiots is cringe-worthy

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Re: Reminder: The Jungle Tune everyone already heard and loved was orchestral

Postby weebbby » Sun May 03, 2015 7:14 pm

I'm perfectly fine with orchestral, I don't really notice a difference between that and non-orchestral.
However, in the Jungle Tune I thought the beat was too obvious. Without that low beat, it would've been perfect. BK music really doesn't have a harsh beat.
I love how much I can relate the tune to BK though. :D Other than that obvious beat...

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Re: Reminder: The Jungle Tune everyone already heard and loved was orchestral

Postby TheHeartMan » Sun May 03, 2015 7:16 pm

All I have to say is that Banjoland exists, and if there was ever a reason to put your faith in the ex-Rare crew's orchestral abilities, it's certainly that. That track is everything I ever wanted and more.

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Re: Watching Grant Kirkhope try to explain what "orchestral" means to idiots is cringe-worthy

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Re: Reminder: The Jungle Tune everyone already heard and loved was orchestral

Postby Jellyfunk » Mon May 04, 2015 12:20 am

I would like a small orchestra complimented by a bigger orchestra in the background.


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