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Uploaded
Aug 13, 2011 | 12:27 AM EDT
File Info
Song
4.1 MB
1 min 48 sec
Score
4.32 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.32 / 5 stars
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973 Plays | 43 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

Hi!

My computer really didn't want to cooperate with me on this one... Wish I had the opportunity to do a few changes.

Made in FL Studio 7.

Reviews


OakwoodOakwood

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Gah!

Why do so many people submit Classical songs for the NGADM?! I don't have any experience with classical songs so I can barely review them! AAGH!
Anyway, now that I've lost my anger, I can finally tell you that this could easily make Hans Zimmer go into toetus position and cry like a baby, because this song is AWESOME! A bit short, perhaps, but it sounds so effing heroic, why aren't you working for bigger companies yet? I could totally picture this in a movie. :)

5/5, 9/10, faved.

- LiquidOoze



dustin2006dustin2006

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

cool

the brass sound in the beginning is a bit loud, but this was very well written. i like the intense to serene feeling that this instrumental has.


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Cleverhill responds:

Yeah, you might be true. I felt kind of stuck during mastering of the song, I never really got it to sound the way I wanted it to.
However I'm glad you think this was well written!

Dan Cleverhill


MechaHeroMechaHero

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This reminded me of...

Lord of the rings (maybe you're not a fan, but I am, so this is a compliment :D), very epic, had a wonderful build up and everything! I'm taking this song home with me :)


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Cleverhill responds:

I'm so glad you liked it! I was exited to see if there was anyone who liked it cause I'm not very use to compose dark and intense sequences.
I had lord of the rings i mind at the end, but the intense staccato piano part was a little inspired by The Matrix, actually.

Cheers!
Dan Cleverhill


B16B16

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wonderful

I like the dark and energetic opening wiht the piano, and the French horns present a wonderful heroic melodic pose. Have you considered using Cubase for your orchestral vsts?


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Cleverhill responds:

Hi! Yes, I have. I just bought an iMac, cubase and a huge midi-keyboard, so composing in FL Studio is close the end.
I guess it'll take some time to adjust, but I think as soon as I got the hang of it everything will be alot easier than now.
Thanks for your review!

- Dan Cleverhill


myadvicewonthelpyoumyadvicewonthelpyou

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Guter start

Es ist ein guter Anfang, aber sie müssen wirklich auf ihre EQing und mischen. Es gibt so viel, dass die Höhen und Tiefen bekämpfen einander und die mids sind ein echtes Schlachtfeld. Es gibt einige sehr leichte hupen in ihre beats, also sollten sie EQ reißt die Höhen etwas mehr und die Form den Klang.


Cleverhill responds:

I'm aware of that the mixing part in this one isn't good. I'm using some old blowed speechers from year 2000 and an old computer who does its best to irritate me.
I'll work harder on mixing i future. Thanks for your review! A little hard to understand what your trying to say. Use english, please.

Cheers
Dan Cleverhill