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1.9 MB
2 min 5 sec
4.45 / 5.00

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Rated 4.45 / 5 stars
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Hello, world!
This is my first submission, a simple but epic theme that could be used in video games, maybe RPGs, as a possible battle theme.
-Made using FL Studio
-Samples from FL Studio, Garritan Personal Orchestra, various online samples
All comments and critique are welcome.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Image Inducing

When I hear this song I can picture a battle epic porportions going on. The reason Im taking a point off is because there are a couple of parts in this song when a the noise just sounds off thus breaking me out of my imersion. Other than that I love this song.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


i would listen to this while playing ng rumble!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

this i the shit!

alright this was just to good this is some of the most intenseifying music that i really would have as a final battle music in a video game!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

very interesting

sounds like somthing you would here in a real rpg...

very, yery good job
However, i must give this a 9 for the repetitivness

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Ok, but not great.

Before people knock me for rating this badly, hear me out.

Though this is not the worst video game song I've heard for a boss, it is DEFINITELY not the best for several reasons.

1) Not much of an intro. Basically just a fade-in of a crash cymbal.
2) Very simple beat and tune. The beat is basic and constantly used. I don't have as much of a complaint on the beat because it has those more interesting quick beats every once in a while. The tune, however, is almost stock. It's simple. It's generic. The baseline sounds almost exactly like the same note repeated and going up a fifth for a second every measure's worth, either that or a broken chord going up and down continuously. I like how there are constant key changes, but still... I do have to admit though, even if it is overly simple, it does sound pretty good.
3) The loop is almost nonexistent. I hear an attempt at one, but it sounds (no offense) like there was almost no real effort at making one.

Conclusion: Though it sounds good, and has its moments, it just doesn't quite seem like something that I'd actually see in a good game. Again, it's ok, but not great.

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