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Date
12/01/2008
File Info
Song
5.5 MB
2 min 24 sec
Score
4.08 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.08 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Reviews


farmerscottfarmerscott

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars October 2, 2010

Very Halo-ey

Yeah, so I'm a sucker for Halo music, and this is very similar to the work of Marty O'Donnell. I like how you blended the choir with the percussion. However, it did get a bit repetitive after a while. You're almost there with this song.


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PhantomsWraithPhantomsWraith

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 11, 2009

for sum odd reason

this ether seems like when a hero finds a special treasure to help him win. or when a hero dies and he sees his comrades falling around him before deaths cold fingers embrace him or her. well done again


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Krank responds:

Thanks for listening!


karlsaznkarlsazn

Rated 4 / 5 stars December 6, 2008

it feels incomplete

the choir needs to fade out of change because it sounds looped which is something you want to steer away from with choirs. the drums need to be changed to something a little less rock oriented. maybe add a snare or something more orchestral. Needs more variation. Also i feel as if its incomplete, there needs to be a climatic moment so that you can really capture your listener. Its not a bad song at all, but i could see it being better.

i fived it to cancel out zero voters. (+ 0.041)

but its a 8/10 for me


Krank responds:

I might finish this when i can load more instruments lol. this took up like 80% of my ram with 2 instruments :O


DarkRider2000DarkRider2000

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 2, 2008

Just to make it sound different...

a sound with a awesome simplicity,the vocals look great,by the way this song sounds I would classify this in ambient, a awesome sound to make the atmosphere of a game I'm sure of it, in the menu or even gameplay, this is a song that a RPG flash should have.

That doesn't mean I don't want to ear a more complex melody of this style of music, so you go upgrade your PC for I'm also doing that and the new computer will kick ass.


Krank responds:

lol Gotta save up the funds now though. computer with 4 gigs of ram+ are dirt cheap now!


KrayonKrayon

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars December 1, 2008

Interesting.

I like the vocals... but they do get a littl ebit repetitive after loop number 100 or so. Try not to use a normal drumkit for classical since it's technically a rock instrument and doesn't work as well as other forms of drum might, but that's just me. So you can ignore that last comment if you have no alternative, since drums are a definite thing to have in most songs.
I dunno, it's nice and all, but I really can't say much about this song because it's good as it is, but it's just... nice. It's fine as it is but it still has a long way to go before it gets to the really good section.
IMO you should put in a violin or cello solo throughout the song and have a more defined melody. It also needs a solo singer rather than just a choir on it's own. If the choir was doing a melody or singing something it might have been different.


Krank responds:

lol to tell the truth when I tried to load the rest of the orchestra onto my memory, i got an error saying that i should buy more memory for my box :P

I'm gonna buy a computer soon, 4 fucking gigs for what, 600 bucks now. It's ridiculous.

I need to upgrade!