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Jan 24, 2010 | 3:51 PM EST
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3.2 MB
3 min 55 sec
4.25 / 5.00

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Rated 4.25 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

UPDATE 1/26/10: Revised the track to fix a couple of rendering issues. If you've already downloaded the piece you may want to get this version and delete the old one.

This has been anticipated for a while by people (sorry to keep you waiting!) I had a tough time deciding how I wanted to release the track. At first I thought I'd release it on a compilation album of music I've written to popular games. But, I ultimately decided against that (it didn't feel right to me), and here we are.

So, I decided instead to upload a 116kbps (decent quality) version of the full piece here on Newgrounds for everyone to hear and enjoy. If you like it, you can opt to purchase a much higher quality (320 kpbs) version on my website store here log/?page_id=86. If you have a nice sound system you will hear a difference in sound quality between the two. Plus, it's a great way to help support my music and maintaining my site!

Comments are always welcome, I'll do my best to respond. I hope you enjoy it!




Rated 5 / 5 stars

I really like this song. It fits into a medieval-ish theme well. It's nice that I can hear songs like this in a video game. Nice work.

Yeah, I only found about Castle Crashers and this song after 3 years.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

What is the name of the game?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is an awesome breathtaking piece! I've never played the game (shame on me); But curiously, how did you do the "chants" at the beginning? Were they real life samples or did you use Symphonic Choirs?

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Another Master Piece!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Now the true force of 'medieval destiny'.

I absolutely LOVE this track; it's the type of track I always compose in my brain, but never manage to compose it on my FL 10 due to too much lag. You, sir, have massive talent and potential. I had listened to the previous loop before, and I must say: this track. Blows up. For real!

The intro is similar to the loop, but it kicks off much better. All those strings and 'bam bam', just what kind of special VSTi was used for this? It sounds absolutely amazing. Around 1 minute, a clamer, replying pattern plays in. It releases some tension from the intro.

Now, that brass at 1:51 is a bit disorted; it hurts my right ear a bit. Maybe it's because this version is only 116kbps, thus I'll let that slip for now. It plays at 1:58 again and beyond, but it sounds less distracting at that point.

The second half of the song and beyond, just great. 3:12 brings the 'war' feeling again, and then ends in a rather depleded way--like a sudden event finished the scene.

This song is perfect for some WWII movie scenes, and maybe even for a Legend of Zelda game--the elements here are just related to LoZ.

Overall, 5 stars. This + favorited.


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