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Apr 9, 2013 | 3:24 AM EDT
File Info
Song
9.8 MB
4 min 18 sec
Score
4.42 / 5.00

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Rated 4.42 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
final
theme
boss
battle

Author Comments

This is a second boss battle theme requested by a Youtuber as neither of us were happy with the first one. This time, I didn't use 8-bit plugins or guitar, so I placed it in the classical section.

The buildup section before the actual battle starts at around 1:00 was...well, I don't know what that was.

Don't be afraid to leave a review!

Looping: between ~4:08 and ~1:11
Samples: Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra

Edit: Please don't buy the song 'The Last Battle' or 'The Final Boss' off duncansadventure bandcamp because it's obviously mine, and you can get it here for free...

Reviews


SyrupmasterzSyrupmasterz

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The beginning build up sort of seems like a different song, more of the 'villain's theme' that plays before a battle. However, right near the end of the buildup the song amps up the intensity and become final boss-y.

It certainly seems like you were aiming for an RPG Style of music, which I think you were able to successfully execute with the large variety of orchestral instruments mixed with what I think are synths.

Would you be opposed if I used this in an animation someday?
I'll give full credit and everything. :)


Lugiaa responds:

Thanks for the review! Yeah, maybe the build up was a bit long haha. Also I don't remember using any non-orchestral synths in this (they probably don't sound the best because I'm cheap and use free VST instruments)

Of course you can use it, that's why it's here! (if you haven't found any other music in the time it took for me to reply lol)


ScorpinokXScorpinokX

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love it, may I use it for my rpg game I'm doing?


Lugiaa responds:

Of course! (if you haven't gone ahead and used other music for it while waiting for me to reply which I would have if I had to wait that long lol)