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Night Before the Battle

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Sep 4, 2010 | 6:57 PM EDT
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4.6 MB
2 min 0 sec
3.87 / 5.00

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The Adventures of Merrick Kuei OST Mock-up

"Night Before the Battle"

This is the first song that I finished completely with Cubase. I'm still proud of it to this day.

UPDATE: Feb 12, 2012
- I've uploaded a higher quality .mp3 of my song! ^_^



Rated 5 / 5 stars


I absolutely love this. The plucking and strings playing give me a feeling and an image of a bunch of guys around a fire at night. But the faint timpani and low brass in the back ground makes me a little said to see them go off to fight the next morning, like a major contrast. Wonderful job. This is the first I have ever heard and I am going to listen to more because of this. Keep up the wonderful work. But I would have to agree with Lightningpichu it needs some sort of ending, though I think something quite like the begging but with more timpani low brass playing in the back, like an ominous force in the night and on the scene.

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BrokenDeck responds:

Thank you very much sir. Truth is, I might be doing a complete remake of this song sometime in the near future.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Just.. Amazing. I might (With Permission of course) make a story of these. As I said in the higher ranked submission, it creates the story, the story doesn't create it. Thank you so much for sharing this beautied creation with us.

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BrokenDeck responds:

Thanks once again! :D


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Nice intro, its soft and beautiful like almost every single submission on here, but it has an emotion attached that most composers on this site fail to invoke. Lots of expression in the plucked string solos. Moving into a new section, it fit perfectly with the intro, I like the low brass and timpani and how its fading in and out. That solo instrument is georgous, just by the way. Ok, I can see where you are going, reiterating the first statement, but inside im kind of hoping for a build up or something new, I feel like its taking just a hair too long. I think thats a pretty common way authors lose the interest of their listeners, is without enough transition. Alright we made a transition, but its back to the low brass and timpani once again. This piece is beautiful, but in every beautiful piece there is at least one huge moment. One of those moments where the listeners began to feel sad, that moment that births tears, that one moment that makes the listener wish he or she had listened to nothing else ever in their lives, because the one thing they're listening to at that one moment is so beautiful, they feel like they've never known music. I never once got that feeling, and in a piece as well written as this, one of those sections is absolutely necessary. Everything about this piece is beautiful, and executed perfectly, it's just not as elaborated as one might hope.

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BrokenDeck responds:

Perhaps you were thinking of a crescendo. You're right, there wasn't really a big "buildup" near the end.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Wow i just... no words for it, amazing song!.

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BrokenDeck responds:

Thanks dude!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


very well done

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