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Date
06/19/2008
File Info
Loop
1.3 MB
1 min 12 sec
Score
3.68 / 5.00

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Author Comments

A majestic loop for the game Brotherhood of Battle (www.brotherhoodofbattle.
com). For more music, visit www.DavidOrr.net.

I read every review posted, so even if I don't reply to a particular review I still read it! Thanks for all of your support!

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FurrySnakeFurrySnake

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 20, 2008

I don't know why...

...but this reminds me of Warcraft. Great job anyway. Very majestic.


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DarknessGrinsDarknessGrins

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 20, 2009

The time has come to make our stand

Yesssss.
Warcraft 2, but not quite a rip off. It has very much the same feel, marching onward in the name of the King. I'm playing this song in my next D&D game.
Thanks.



ArmadoArmado

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 8, 2010

Nice!

Feels like the music in the citadel of the Brotherhood of steal in fallout



No-BrainerNo-Brainer

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 29, 2008

for god's sake!

you have to make songs for real games! They're that good!


DavidOrr responds:

What would be considered a fake game?

Thanks for the review!


FuocoFuoco

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 21, 2008

Impressive, as usual!

You certainly got the hang of how commercial music is supposed to sound. Your inbox must be flooded with requests for custom music ;)

It's a nice simple melody in the begining, it's great how the brass and strings interact, because the strings are not just background as they are sometimes used. Kudos on that!

I'm curious to know what are those at 0:23... are these woodwinds? If they are and this song is ever played live, I doubt the woodwind players would like to sit aside the rest of the orchestra only to play a single measure. But sounds great non the less. I like how they mark the transition to a more serious part, and then to a glorious part (0:52-0:54).

It's great overall and loops perfectly. The game producers must be pleased.
Thanks for submitting this piece, David. Defenitely 5/5 and 10/10.

Fuoco


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DavidOrr responds:

Thank you Fuoco! As usual, a prime example of how reviews should look!

The woodwinds are scattered throughout the piece, although their part is always secondary. If I do lengthen the piece out, I'm going to definately find a place to stand out, because I know the feeling of counting 80 measure rests just to play 2 notes (I was a percussionist back in my high school concert band). Thanks for noting that!

I wouldn't say my inbox is flooded with requests for custom music, but I usually get several per week. Considering your abilities, I'm sure you get your fair share as well!

Many thanks for the review!