Generally you tracks are going to right direction. I really like music producers like: Two Steps from Hell, Hans Zimmer, Antti Martikainen or Adrian von Ziegler. They do epic songs. And your songs remind me them.
Through the Fury (NS10 remaster)
Nice orchestra samples, what synthesizer do you usually use of these kind of tracks? I used Nexus vst with orchestra expansion.Drums, like Hans Zimmer, this music can match to popular movies. And above all melodies, I know it isn't easy to make unique melody, I prefer to make average melody than epic duplication of famous artists. Title as says a lot of this music so also well chosen.
It reminds me Interstellar by Christopher Nolan, well matched thumbnail/album picture. You can see that you know different genres of music that your tracks have appropriate standard.
Reminds me very much Two Steps From Hell, I really like silence and ambient sounds before epic parts of songs. This is how TSFH usually does. In matter of mastering, you did well. Every single sound are heard.
Here we have calmer version, i think still epic. I always use Ozone vst to make good stereo imaging so pads sound good.
It reminds me of StarCraft game, climatic and atmosphere. the best listening effect is while listen open some pictures of the space/StarCraft.
Man with a Screaming Brain (drum test mix)
Very interesting song, I assume you did drums
Track in general sound good. But here guitar sounds quiet, nice to make this one louder and add some effects such as distortion.
A Taste of Fugue
I rarely listen to organ, when I go to church there is an opportunity. Unfortunately there is not vocal as we have in my church
But still sounds good.
Yes I also make some music in the my past :)I usually do trance/hands'up/breakbeat and hardstyle. My tracks in soundcloud are focused on trance. But on the Polish community there were producer forums but they are closed
But we don't want to offtopic right now https://soundcloud.com/jackvornst