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D2D - Breaking Facades

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Uploaded
Feb 21, 2009 | 4:49 PM EST
File Info
Song
5.1 MB
2 min 13 sec
Score
4.11 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.11 / 5 stars
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1,077 Plays | 98 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

The theme initializes with slightly heroic and harmonic sounding pieces, and then fades into what has later become the theme of the infected. This shows how the hope and will of the survivors eventually and inevitably darkens over time.

Reviews


web2web2

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love this!

This is a great song you have here and I was wondering if you'd let me use it in a zombie rpg i'm making. It would work great for a hero's last stand kinda thing.



dekalbrockstar4485dekalbrockstar4485

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice

sounds like a medieval army marching into battle and at the very end (with the piano) everybody looks around and the hero is dead but the war is won...
beautiful piece.


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madbossmadboss

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

My mind of music!

Massively epic and uplifting piece that has a haunting intro build up - after I've heard it I knew I'll downoad this song and write the review.

The darker ending part was nice too - altough I think you could throw some woodwind (english horn, oboe) it to make it more variable/dramatic.

The ending piano theme was only a short showcase - you've ended it way too abruptly. Maybe after a short break you could insert a bit longer piano solo guided with some soft strings in the background - that would make more judgement to the song.

Otherwise great track. Loved the beginning and the sounds that you are using. Because of the ending I give it a 9/10 but you deserve a 5/5. (And a download.)

Cheers!

MadBoss


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EvilHatX responds:

Thanks, glad to hear that :-)

And also thanks for the detailed feedback - I agree completely about the ending, which was a big struggle in this song - I actually cut over a minute's material and 6-8 hours of work in the process of trying to make a fitting end.

Unfortunately I don't have woodwinds yet (only got strings, percussion and a horn ensemble of 8 players), but I'll try lengthen the piano piece whenever I find time.

So thanks, I appreciate you took your time ;)


HelthHelth

Rated 5 / 5 stars

very nice!

it really has this epic feel to it! it sounds like something from a war movie.. ! really wellmade.. wich program do u use ? ;O

very nice job!

Helth
5/5

i totally love this!


EvilHatX responds:

Thanks a lot! :-)

For both HelthRMX and Thatcomposerguy:

VSL (www.vsl.co.at):
Special Edition Strings
Special Edition Percussion
Epic Horns

Tonehammer.com
Composer Bundle #2 (contains their Epic Toms 1 & 2 and Bamboo Stick ensemble)

Im still stuck with Magix Music Maker 14 as sequencer, but since it's a little "newbie-ish" and often acts really weird I hope to afford a better one like Ableton Live soon. All VSL instruments are handled with the VST-plugin Vienna Instruments which is very intuitive to work with (and comes free with most VSL instruments), and the Tonehammer toms are handled with Kontakt 3.