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Oct 9, 2009 | 8:23 PM EDT
File Info
Loop
2 MB
1 min 47 sec
Score
3.78 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.78 / 5 stars
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962 Plays | 54 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

Took me about 3 hours to put ALL the drums in by hand, and finally finished it. Added more instruments, added that little bit more of epic-ness. ;D

ENJOY!

By the way, the kick is a little hard to hear, so headphones help quite a bit to get the FULL effect.

Reviews


EchoEcho

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Its a very powerful piece...

The emotion and depth it holds are fantastic. It falls more under classical rock cos of some of the instruments u used particularly at the end. Still, seeing as there isn't taht genre on NG, i'll forgive u for that one.

Overall, i liked it all. Especially the part where the reverbed kick comes on. The strings were a bit whiny to begin with but they mellowed well, Maybe u could add soem more background to the beginning. It would certainly help.

Overall, this is a great piece of music, very powerful and in depth but with some more work it could certainly improve...

Darklight17
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Centrist responds:

Alright dude, thanks for the awesome review! I'll give it some work when I'm not busy!


CoopCoop

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Quite morbid

Well, that tune is quite a requiem for someone about to die - it's very powerful and it carries with it a deep sense of regret and longing for salvation. I think that the main power source of this tune is from the strings, but the hard hitting power of the drum beat really does cap it off for me.

I can see where you're coming from with the additional kick from the headphones, but what you might need here to make it sound the most epic that you can is an Organ in the background. This is the most grandiose of all instruments and the power that you would hold would be capable of stripping flesh from bone!

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Centrist responds:

Baha, what a review. I see where you're coming from, and I will take that into strong consideration! That would work perfectly for what I was trying to go for, and it would add much more depth, wouldn't it?

Thanks mate!


FroFro

Rated 5 / 5 stars

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This had a very nice introduction like it was right after someone's family member or good friend had just died in a battle or by a murder and the person is there holding them there in their arms. At first the person is thinking of the death itself and how sad it really makes them. After that they realize how angry they are.

They then go after this person that has killed the beloved one of theirs and in a mix of angry and sadness they battle it out. Every move and every step getting more desire and motivation as the person thinks of the death. Until they are finally victorious, only to be sad again at the end that it still doesn't bring their loved one back.

Woah, odd how songs like this can bring visuals to people huh? A very good song in my opinion and it has many purposes and can be envisioned in many different ways. To me I don't think it could have gotten any better so I'm going to give it a 10 out of 10.

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Centrist responds:

Nice review! ;D

Thanks for the depth, meaning, and effort that you put into this, and It's more than worth the effort of putting a lot of work into it to hear someone liked it.

Thanks again, dude.


HaggardHaggard

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Unusual

Hm, the intro tune sounds very familiar, but I can't put my finger on it where I might have heard it...

Anyway, the intro is very nice, not only because the melody sounds somewhat familiar, but because it sounds very nice and kind of... promising. It just sounds as if it says: "Hey hold on, there's something good following!"

And something good follows. I like the mixture of the classical sounding melody and the more modern sounding drums.
It's definitely unusual, so I guess you can also call this track unique. :)

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Centrist responds:

Ooh, very cool. Thanks for the review mate!

I was trying to do a mix of a 'orchestral rock ordeal' type thing. O-o

BUT! In any case, thanks again for the review!