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Unholy Wars OST - Intro

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Jun 3, 2011 | 10:14 AM EDT
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1.6 MB
1 min 42 sec
Score
4.01 / 5.00

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Rated 4.01 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

Hello, users. I wanted this time to create a classical song, and I got an idea. I imagined a movie (with a story, an emotional side and a artistic direction) and I composed the beginning of a soundtrack.

Your role is to imagine the scene and the sound effects (walking, weapons, explosions, shouts, screams etc)
0:00 A soldier is walking, sad face and slow movements.
0:05 His comrades in-arms start running and there is an alarm (muted sound). Our guy takes his weapon and wait with others in front of a big metallic door.
0:32-0:38 The noisy door opens slowly
0:38 We discover the field of battle, the chaos... The camera goes from our guy's face to the sky.
1:03 Our guy and his comrades rush and attack (slow motion)
1:29 Fade out to black screen with the title of the movie in 3d

This is my first classical attempt ! I'll create more battle themes, sad themes, etc (for this soundtrack) later.

More songs coming soon ;)

Reviews


razr8888razr8888

Rated 4 / 5 stars

omgosh i loved the trumpet drop. idk just really stuck out for me... very effective piece



BlazingDragonBlazingDragon

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Fierce! :o

Melody, harmony, rhythm: You have a great sense of chord progression. The harmonic structure that you use is very fitting to the scene that you've presented, and I can imagine the image that you have portrayed. My main issue is that in this piece, there isn't a very developed sense of melody. You have a lot of cool sounds mingling together, but it's difficult to pick out a hummable melody that the listener will be whistling long after playing the game. That is important for a scene like this, I believe. The french horn kind of has it, but it's not clear.

Mixing/Mastering: One way you can bring that melody is by bringing up the volume of that horn. Also, by panning different instruments to different speakers, you can make them sound distinctive and a bit less muddy (I can't really tell if you panned, I'm on a laptop).

Phrasing, dynamics, etc.: This is a pretty dynamic piece with all of the crescendos and decrescendos. It sounds pretty organic in that sense. Balance is a slight issue though.I would have liked to hear a tad more of the piano at 1:11ish, but that is picky.

Other: This is an emotionally effective piece. It is varied and dynamic in its volume and texture. I can clearly imagine the scene that you describe, and with some sound effects, this would be really cool. The piano at the beginning was a nice touch. However, the ending piano notes sounded slightly off to me for some reason...

Overall, very nice. This being your first "classical" attempt, it turned out quite successful. It could be refined in a few ways, but great job. Keep 'em coming!


BlueScreenRemix responds:

I understand what you mean about the melody, and I agree with you. Listen again, I edited the audio file on newgrounds, the song is cleaner and I turned up the horn sound.
Sorry for your laptop, I panned :P
Thank you for your helpfull review ! Keep following and helping us !


SolkriegSolkrieg

Rated 5 / 5 stars

WOW

Incredibly enjoyable. It had that hint of excellence in it with the faded sounds and what not. (5/5)

What VST's did you use?


BlueScreenRemix responds:

Thanks.

I combined, modified and used many strings, piano and horns plugins which are in reason ;)