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Where the Wind Blows

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Date
09/28/2012
File Info
Song
5 MB
2 min 12 sec
Score
4.21 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.21 / 5 stars
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574 Plays | 44 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
game
cover
soul
calibur

Author Comments

This is an old piece that I worked on at the beginning of this year. It was meant to be a collaboration with someone else, but that didn't go well(most of my collabs don't though) since no one I've ever collab'd with has gotten back to me....they all just leave me hanging. They never send me their parts or show any progress....ever. Needless to say I am really sad that this piece will never be finished...I mean, not entirely anyway. Especially since I had poured my heart and everything else into it; more than any other piece I've made.
And now, I even lost the base file that I had used, due to not having any backups for it, I will have to submit it as is. It is possible that I could work on a remake later in the future, but it is unlikely.
And this version was the only rendered version that I had. It isn't the well-mixed version that I had somehow lost. Yes...the mixing is not the best...particularly when it gets distorted and mushy in the loudest part, but I hope that you'll forgive me and enjoy this piece regardless. I get so caught up and entranced in it regardless of the quality anyway.

This is a remake of a song called, "Going To Where The Wind Blows" by Junichi Nakatsuru, and it was the theme of the first Soul Calibur game. I absolutely adore this piece, and it felt like such an honor to remake it.
Enjoy.

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