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{B. Attack} Souls of Steel WIP

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Feb 3, 2009 | 12:21 PM EST
File Info
4.4 MB
1 min 55 sec
4.11 / 5.00

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Rated 4.11 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

I was tryna make this sound as epic as I possible, but I don't know how well I accomplished that. It probably won't sound as egyptian as the earlier version of this song sounded hopefully.

I really need feedback on this song, so any feedback is greatly appreciated.

*Sigh* I really love zerobombers.....



Rated 5 / 5 stars


you captured it well but if your gunna make this more epic remember before any epic battle there is always a calm before the storm remember that but the audio is purfect just remember to keep a good bass for the calm part alright nice job 5/5 ;)

blackattackbitch responds:

I don't know, I kinda lost my shit when I was composing this. This is the one song where it literally sounds like there's three songs mashed up in one here. I'm not too much of a fan of this one.

But thanks for listening though, I do appreciate it!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I thought i already wrote a review :P
Anyway, this song has very much potential.
The things i don't like are the beginning (from 00:39 it's really nice) and that part at 1:14 sounds out of tune sometimes.
So there needs to be some changes to this song, but overall it's very good. And i really like the drums!

Normally i don't rate WIP songs, but because you've been zerobombed i'll vote 5


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blackattackbitch responds:

Thanks man, that really helps me figure out what should be changed. I tried to go with a really complicated chord/melody mix and some really drastic chord/scale changes. In addition, I tried to eliminate the basic 4/4 or 6/4 structure of a song. It was pretty much inspired by what I heard when I was recomposing that song from FF8. Furthermore, I wanted to get away from the limits of normal 3 note chords and throw significant variation in there.

Thanks for the feedback, it was especially important for this song. I'm gonna seek some more opinion on this song and then decide where to go from there because I may just scrap it and do another song using the same principles I experimented with in this song. In fact, as I type this, that sounds like a better and better idea.