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Hey Newgrounds, I haven't posted anything in a while. This is my attempt at making a generically "Epic" song that could be put into some kind of movie trailer or montage. It is similar in structure to lots of the stuff you hear in the trailers today.
Tell me what you think! This one took an hour to compose, but much much longer to mix.

- Ethan Revere Smith



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Brilliant,work man.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

A puny "Respect." is not enough to describe this

You've officially beaten a record. After hearing this out for the 5th time I have a complete trailer in my head, for a game based on fantasy world.

You are on my "greatest artists of epic music" list, along with Hamstercake.

Kudos, and bring forth more E P I C music, you're good at it!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pretty cool stuff

Dont know if it is stuff or staff, thoguh, but of one thing I am absolutely sure: This is Epic. Reminds me sort of a war... Great job!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I love this. Although this may sound bad to some people, but it reminds me of something that would be on Kingdom Hearts II. None the less, amazing job =)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

By no means bad, but shy of 'epic'

I really love the start, the tension building - but then in the middle it gets a bit too slow, then grows faster, and then slows down again for end and that really turns down the 'epic' meter.

I think starting off slowly, and then ending with hard drums/bass (as stated previously) ould make it much more 'epic' (alike the most notable trailer song used - Clint Mansell's Requiem of a Dream Remix).

Try watching already released trailers and create music for those trailers. I think it may help with the structure a bit if you're really aiming for it to be epic. other than that, it's great, but nothing I would associate with a Hollywood blockbuster trailer (more so the lesser financed Hollywood films).

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