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Dragon's Final Battle

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Uploaded
Sep 30, 2008 | 10:24 PM EDT
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3.1 MB
3 min 26 sec
Score
4.09 / 5.00

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Rated 4.09 / 5 stars
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1,372 Plays | 138 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Be nice to me, do not smite this song.

Reviews


wolfinater88wolfinater88

Rated 5 / 5 stars

hah wicked

it was great i loved it, 10 for me man



Huricane887Huricane887

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Impressive

Your pretty good at making this song.definately sounds like a warrior song indeed.



friskydingo00friskydingo00

Rated 4 / 5 stars

that was nice

im not one to critisize but it was ok and i think it could have been better but i still like it alot its nice that you have gotten good ratings and im sorry if you think that im being harsh and yes i might be but i have composed lots and lots and lots of music about 80 or so classical pieces even though i have not posted any yet but thats not the point i do like your piece, just a little bit of advice and dont take anything that i say as an insult but put more variety rather than repitition, matbe also add a stronger presance and more notes through out it i do like the begining alot it reminds me of reign of the septims for ESIV Oblivion please post more of your music i personally found that if you dont complain about a persons comments and tried to do what they say even if it sounds stupid then it makes your pieces even stronger i know thats what i have do, also listen to some of the greatest composers of all time wether it be old or new and they give so much ideas because thats how you know that they were good is because they succeded KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!!!!!


DJAirWave responds:

Thanks for the advice, I just tried to make it like the original "Dragon's Final Roar". Trust me, I listen to the music of great composers such as James Dooley, Hans Zimmer, and Klaus Badelt. I'm still new to making classical music, but I promise you, I will only get better. Again, thanks.


spoaspoa

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice

its very nice i hated the horns at start but they started to get better it is pretty laid back but in an epic fashin' if that makes since...keep it up..........and by the way dandylions are not a weed if you dont think they are becouse weed is an openion...


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DJAirWave responds:

Yeah I actually couldn't get the beginning right, so I did the best I can. I'm really glad you like my song, thanx^^


KrayonKrayon

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Good but...

As far as classical goes this one's alright. But there are plenty of places where it could improve. I had to deduct marks for clarity, origianity, lack of variation and poor use of classical instruments. I say that because you could have used way more instruments in this, also, the ones you have are either muffled, or don't sound like their originals, sorry but this sounds quite a lot like the electronic/techno version of RaustBlackDragon's "Dragon's final war".
The general instruments are muddy and... are those trumpets? While being a good idea, need more melody backing.
Otherwise it passes.


DJAirWave responds:

Electronic version of Dragon's final Roar? In my humble opinion, I think it sounds more realistic than the original. I don't think there is any problem with my song. The melody is just fine, and the clarity is proficient. Sorry, I have to disagree with you, but thanks anyway.