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Date
09/20/2012
File Info
Song
3 MB
1 min 20 sec
Score
4.25 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.25 / 5 stars
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1,477 Plays | 373 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
action
orchestral
strings
harp

Author Comments

Edirol Orchestral
Hypersonic 2.0

Reviews


UlisesHUlisesH

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars September 22, 2012

Haha, the glissando ( I know what it is when the vst´s dont play what you want them to play) , exept for it, everithing is good. Also nice job with percutions.


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SilverPoyozo responds:

I know, it's sounds pretty bad xD
But I think it fit well enough for a game song, so I let it in.


MetalRenardMetalRenard

Rated 4 / 5 stars September 20, 2012

Interesting piece, it has movement and variation, so good structure to keep the listener interested. What it lacks is solid production, a certain sonic presence.

Good use of percussion too, its cool that you didn't just create 4 bars and loop it, the variation (like I said earlier) makes it much more interesting to listen to throughout. Good job!


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SilverPoyozo responds:

This may have been just a quick composing exercise, but I think I can see what you mean.Something I really have to work on with my music.

Yeah, I like variation a lot, I rather have a little piece with many fresh sections, than a big repetitive song.Thanks for your input!


BOULLIEBOULLIE

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 20, 2012

Sounds like a really important library.

Highly dramatic and enjoyable tune you got here.
It's very alive which is something you usually have to compound on when
trying to mimic flames in music.

I will admit, without the title, I'd have thought that this was the music
to a fleet that was setting sail or something that resembles a major change
in whatever situation you can think of. I wouldn't have thought of a burning library, but
the image was awesome.


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SilverPoyozo responds:

This was a composition exercise, an odly specific one at that.It is in fact a very important library, and the song is about coming up with a way to put the flames off.

But thanks very much, that's what I was shooting for, a very dramatic piece, filled with tension.I'm glad you liked it.