Creative Vision for the Track:
Koro: I wanted to start and finish with a bandoneon, since it is a typical instrument from Argentina accompanied by a syncopated pizz double bass
Oti: Exemplified by the flute / piccolo.
The moments of action I have tried to support him with the percussion and the most emotional moments with the violin first, piano, celesta
I think your work has many brilliant moments and to me the percussive, disconnected parts are technically well done and nicely fitting the action.
At the same time, at least for my personal taste, I feel an excess of “mickey-mousing” cliché here. Of course, in a mute, dynamic toon you naturally expect that typical approach but here I find it pretty invasive, with the orchestra often emphasizing every little character’s action. But, as I said, that could just be my personal taste, I would prefere a more sparse work, leaving the field to the sound design and outlining the key moments with the orchestra.
Other than that, the action moments look very well executed, except for a couple of moments (namely at 0:50 and especially at 1:42) with those extremely long orchestral sustains that doesn’t fit well with the action and also sound too “basic midi” (lack of dynamic changes, tremolo on the strings, etc.).
Another rather weak moment to me is the ending at the cliff with the piano solo part, that sounds rather basic compared to the lavish percussive parts, but again… my personal taste.
Last but not least, I like very much the short bandoneon motif, with all the arsenal of strings pizzicato, clarinet, percussions and muted trumpets.