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Date
01/28/2009
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Song
4.6 MB
2 min 2 sec
Score
4.35 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Made for a project undisclosed at this time.

a deep and empowering beat of great fantasy/medieval qualities depicting the shifting of entire kingdoms to take over and destroy the other. Stories of wars so large, so intense that any hero whose name is tagged onto them live in legend forever purely for having been there. To have experienced the most vile, the most destructive wars to have ever swept their history.

This song is long from finished, however it will take me several months before I have the opportunity to revisit it and finish it up properly, it is still at a very respectable stage and I would like to show it to you all anyways. The final product will hold a much better ending.

Sung by (Mandi) LadyArsenic!

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Reviews


The-Great-OneThe-Great-One

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Magnificent

Truly another great piece by you Maestro and as always the beauty of the Lady's voice. It twists and turns upon the battefield you have placed amongst the world. The pieces are here and there the battle ensues. I must guess that this is the image you foretold. However I see something more comical. I see a man trying his best to get to work and runs into many scenarios that keeps him from arriving toward his destination.

Very nice Maestro, very nice indeed. Also kudos to the Lady as well.


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MaestroRage responds:

hahahaha!

That's a great story! I see it too, and I can definitely see how hilarious that would be. An epic journey for the mundane ritual of work. Unless his work is also epic, in which case, he's a lucky man.

Thank you for the review, from both me and Mandi, we're glad you liked it!


adollfoadollfo

Rated 5 / 5 stars

amazing...

really amazing as usual


MaestroRage responds:

Thanks adollfo! And again for the review, i'm glad you liked it!


Fargh82Fargh82

Rated 5 / 5 stars

WOW!

It makes me think of 2 armys marching in to die and be reborn, fighting a battle thatwas lost long ago, only their ghost do not realize it. a very haunting piece, keep up the good work man.


MaestroRage responds:

that's quite the image. Fearsome, terrible, cruel, and burdensome. An eternity of war with never a resolve to be had.

Thanks for the image and the review, i'm glad you liked it!


LoopDaLoopLoopDaLoop

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hail mary!

Sweet mother of god you own hard!

I'll probably never be able to make such music. Yet i try. Never i say. Never.

Muchos kudo's. It's amazing.
Mandi, great singing (again).

{LDL}


MaestroRage responds:

Nah, anybody can do what I do LDL. All it takes is practice :D! I started from ground zero at 17, didn't even know a scale. I'm sure one day, you will be as good, if not better, then myself!

Keep up the good fight, thanks for the review! Glad you liked it!


Assassin2Assassin2

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I don't like it.

It's beautifully made, but for some reason I don't like it, sorry.
If somebody played this to me I'd guess straight away you made it, with or without LadyArsenic's vocal input. I think it might be the blend of sound, it seems thick but not strong. I don't know much to anything though. I really wish I could put my finger on it. Either way, it's certainly a well considered, arranged and executed piece.


MaestroRage responds:

That's fair. I appreciate your honesty, I don't expect you to love everything I make, and as I said, I truly appreciate the honesty.

The mixing on the piece is debatable, I did my best yet I know i'm far from perfect. I'll hopefully get a stronger, fuller sound on the revision.

Thanks for the review!