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3 min 42 sec
4.31 / 5.00

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--->TURN IT UP LOUD!!! IT'S MEANT TO PROJECT!!! -------------------------

This was a challenge for me since I mostly mix metal and techno. I've had experience with orchestral elements in my metal songs in the past, but never a complete orchestral piece. So, this was a good learning experience for me. I enjoyed every minute of making this. And, I hope you enjoy what I did with it.
A couple things to note, I put in a little cool thing at the end, you can hear the music box's gears wuring(?) while it's playing, if you were wondering what that sound was, and the original MIDI (that I nearly completely rewrote, since it was very different and, sometimes wrong/incorrect) went for an extra repeat, and I liked it, so I kept it in there.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is...

incredibly awesome, 10 out of 10! I love this song, and the movies were great too!

Aslan-Emanuel responds:

Sweet. Thanks, dude. Even though I didn't make the movies or have any involvement in them whatsoever. But I am happy they used my song. I mean, in a Kevin Bacon animation!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I love this

My only gripe is the long introduction. The transfer of emotion isn't lost in your non techno version. The organ part is very hardcore to me. I am favoriting this.

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Aslan-Emanuel responds:

Thanks, dude. I would take the gripe up to Hans Zimmer about that intro, because I did it just how he did. So...yeah. I could make a different version, though. ;p
Glad you liked you, though! And, I'm really happy that you were pleased with the organ. Because, quite frankly, I still swoon every time I hear the one from the original song. Glorious!