Erik-Peter Mortensen / Songs / Hero's Quest

The Perfect Hero Moment For Any Film or Game

There's something very genius in your production work on any project that you decide to fulfill and this is no different. Really like the brass sections with the acoustic guitar. This is a short song yet gets the whole idea of a hero moment across very well. Would have loved to hear the guitar and some short pizzicato's running with a melody to start with and then build into the brass section so it has an angelic start point too a in your face finale...just what my brains telling me as i listen again. However, its great as the song sits....sounds great from start to end. The brass section may need some reverb added to the tails of each part so they sound more live and not have sudden dry drop-offs....i have to do this alot myself when using strings or brass otherwise it can be obvious that its a synth or Daw program playing the parts... Welldone Mr Mortensen, you have impressed me yet once again! Simon Chappell Musik House Studios

Hello Erik-Peter Mortensen

Here is my review when it come to movie scores anything to do with tv as far as I am concern you got it beat on the other hand every movie company and record label should be calling sir you are very good at what you do keep up the great work that you do I will be looking forward to hearing more great music from you from James Milligan President/CEO,New Experience Records/Rick Ross/Music Group/UMG.

Hero's Quest... Amazing

What can i say?... Lovely guitar arrangements, armonies with flamenco's influence and classical orquestation... Really beautiful song, i love the minor-major change at the end, really powerfull end, i would love include myself with electric guitar solos (lol)

Majestic!

Intro is captivating right from the start. all I hear is movie movie movie! And a western immediately comes to mind. The arrangement is key in pieces such as these as you only have 2 minuets to tell the story so to speak and bravo you did just that. No fat in this piece just pure muscle that has simply won the olympics of instrumentals. Melody is catchy yet familiar to the ear and has a marketability factor of 10 out of 10. If it’s not yet been picked up, it most likely will be. The recording is great and I suspect fully digital using software such as east west in the background. Non the less, it sounds terrific. thanks for the listen, Mitch Siegal

Hero's Quest

A great musical composition with classical Spanish overtones and flavor that calls to mind the Southwest of North America and Mexico. A worthy piece to be considered as a soundtrack for a film. Great percussion keeps it moving and the story unfolding in this epic instrumental noteable for it's beautiful expression of the string section. Very inspiring and calls to mind the beauty of the Southwest Scenery of these beautiful places.

Very unique

This is a very unique and classic and classy song well composed and well put together and thank you for sharing your gift and at anytime I would love to hear more of your music keep on making great music and never stop creating have a blessed day and may God continue to bless you in all your endeavors.

Should be in a movie already!

Great Movie Score! I like all of the ideas you have, especially starting out with the acoustic guitar. That's a really good element that you can enhance on. I think you moved forward to fit everything into 2min and I would love to hear this drawn out and build slowly but I'm sure you wanted to keep the listener engaged and condense it while expressing all of your ideas. I know a Flamenco player that would love to do something like this and include a solo or a variation to this that runs the same theme but remains more subtle for different parts of the "movie". Great piece!
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