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Nov 5, 2012 | 3:04 AM EST
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3.2 MB
1 min 25 sec
4.22 / 5.00

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^_^ i LOVE shreddage!!! i used amplitube and shreddage x for the sound, for choirs its requiem light with EOS reverb and some equing to get the choirs to sound crisper. strings are LASS.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

amazing song the combination of classical + vocal + guitar is amazing but the final is a little abruppte but for the rest amazing song!!!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Woah. This is brilliant.
I would definitely like to know the VST's you used to, please message me if you can. :p

tigger888 responds:

Kontakt5, shreddage library, LASS, Requiem light. i used EOS reverb.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Dude, this is amazing!
Don't mind messaging me links to the VSTs you got? ;D

tigger888 responds:

np will do thanks!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Ah, you have a good taste in VSTis! Shreddage is indeed nice for those heavier rhythm guitar sounds, although I personally prefer Musiclab's RealLPC for guitar sounds.

I generally really like epic orchestral music, and your piece is a great example of that kind of music. I really liked the composition, and the arrangement of instruments fit the style. The only thing that could use some tweaking, is the choir. I know the Requiem choir can only sing preselected phrases, but it sounded too random in your song. It's okay for them to sing gibberish, as long as it sounds as though there is some 'natural structure' in it (sanc-tus, instead of sanc-cre, for example).

Can't complain much about the mix either, it all sounds nice enough through my headphones. The guitar especially fits really well!

All in all, a very well written piece! Keep up the good work ;)

tigger888 responds:

thankyou very much for the review! Will try to make the choirs sound more realistic. yeah i love this genre, i havent heard too much of it, mixing orchestral with more modern elements.