Portal - Still Alive at the Orchestra
A majestically marvelous orchestrated rendition of the Portal Still Alive end credits song (originally by Jonathon Coulton and Ellen McLain). I didn't keep too close to the original this time as I wanted to experiment a bit. I also kept the choir in my pocket this time and avoided using them. Hoorah.
MP3 available from my Soundcloud:
FL Studio 10, Kontakt 5, Spitfire Albion, Harp, Solo Strings, Piano & Percussion, Cinesamples CineBrass, CineBrass Pro, CineSnare & HollyWoodwinds, Project Sam True strike, Symphobia & Symphobia II, Vienna Symphonic Library & Performance Set, Orange Tree Samples Tinybox, Audiobro LA Scoring Strings, Various private orchestral libraries
That's epic. My campanion cube enjoyed this thoroughly
Well this was great also related to the topic I think still alive is way better then get out
hmm be nice to try and recreate it in sounds and shapes myself
It's hard to overstate my satisfaction.
Well welcome to ScrewAttack man. I remember finding you after finding your Nyan Cat orchestration. Checked channel, and after a dozen or more songs listened I subscribed. Good stuff man, good stuff.
Thanks, glad you enjoy them! Really appreciate it. I'm brand new here actually - I figured it was a cool way for new people to find my music and for others to stay up to date with it :D
I actually always wanted to be 'blakerobinson' on youtube, but alas it was taken before me :( 'dummy'/'dummeh' is kind of an old nickname now that I don't really go by anymore. It's a shame YouTube won't let me change my username.
I'm making a note here: HUGE SUCCESS!
why not use the same username for both websites?
This was a triumph.
It might just be one of those things musicians appreciate more than others.
Oh, so subscribing. I love your orchestrations so, SO much. ...When did you join ScrewAttack, anyway?
Shut up and take my subscription!
Thanks! I need to do this more often - I stopped doing it for a while as I wasn't sure if people were finding it useful.
I like how you used YouTube's annotations to describe what's happening with the music.