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I downloaded a choir track from Dimoria some weeks ago and I found it back on my iTunes recently, when I heard that I said to myself "I have to metalize that crap!". So here is the result. Thanks a lot to Dimoria for creating a such amazing choir track. Note that it's just a preview.
Here is the title explanation:
At the beginning, you can hear the choir and the whispers, the whispers are from the folks who are attending the coronation in a huge hall (that's why there is reverb :P). The new King is seated in a luxurious throne and the former King is coming close to his successor with the crown. He ascends some steps, waits some seconds - the guitar fade-in - and finally put the crown on his successor's head when the heavy guitars enter.
The guitar solo symbolizes the King managing his folk, building a huge and powerful city, though at the end of the guitar solo, the kingdom declares the war upon another kingdom. The mix between binary and ternary shows the horror of the fights and eventually, they loose the war and another pretender is crown: the song starts again.
I hope I didn't annoy you with my story :P. Enjoy.
*Ableton Live 7.0.3
*Addictive Drums(XNL Audio)
*Guitar Rig 3(NI)
*Zoom G2.1u Pedal
*Some Abletone Plug-ins
*Guitar Yamaha RGX Ty Tabor Signature
*Bass Cort A5
*Dimoria used Symphonic Choirs from East West, I think.
The Coronation © is Dimoria and Sonofkirk / 2009