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Date
01/28/2009
File Info
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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Muzic-91Muzic-91

Rated 5 / 5 stars

AWSOMESAUCE

I see a lot of blood and gore, someone fighting that really doesnt want to, but has to, out of pride or survival. very amazing, i would love to hear all of it.



ZadamanimZadamanim

Rated 5 / 5 stars

More of a prelude

it strikes me more as the time preparing for war, massive catapults rolling in, sweat and blood put into bulding ramparts, a woman on the side covering her son's eyes. others may say its the battle going on right now, but i stick with my original thesis. Overall, very well made... woah, its already looping? very clean loop then, too! Bravo.



SecretsOfSoundsSecretsOfSounds

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing :D

Very Amazing..Gave Me A Visual Of An Epic Battle Amazing!...The Singing Is Beautiful Great Job :D



DkAcidFireDkAcidFire

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Epic, just epic

Dude, this piece is Epic! I can almost picture the battlefield with screaming warriors and catapults assulting the enemy stronghold.

All in all: Great job =D
Keep up the great work;)



DavidOrrDavidOrr

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Strong ideas!

The ideas here are very strong, and it is clear the emotion you are trying to bring through. LadyArsenic sounds wonderful as always, great job!

The piece sounds very cluttered, though. You're relying too much on block chords for parts and aren't paying attention to how each individual note moves. Also- I'd brush up on inversions and the different strength each has. Throughout the vocals at the beginning everything was in an inversion, which made the orchestration sound pretty unstable. Bring in a Double Bass or Tuba to carry the root of the chords (your D minor chords are extremely important- the bass should try and play D during these moments to provide a firm foundation for the piece whenever possible), and eliminate one or two of the middle brass voices and your arrangement will sound much, much clearer!

Remember to try and spread out the notes across the register of the orchestra to keep the piece sounding full, and uncluttered. Keep up the good work!


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