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Date
07/11/2013
File Info
Loop
3.1 MB
2 min 44 sec
Score
4.38 / 5.00

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Rated 4.38 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
piano
chaplaincy
gregorian
plainchant

Author Comments

Friends, at the time of writing I have reached 200 fans, or supporters, or what have you, on NG. While it's not a big leap, it's definitely a small step, and I'm grateful. Amor Vincit Omnia, part of the OST I'm hoping to include in Project Chaplaincy (the bullet hell shooter project) is my 200-subscriber-special.

This is the field/battle theme for Westminster, widely believed to be the last destination of Project Chaplaincy. I decided to give this theme a little bit more gravitas than the others. Playing this, I get a bit of a PlayStation 1 feel. Those of you who saw this through Peter Satera's WIP group will know the backstory behind this. As far as musicality goes, I had LONG wanted to write a battle theme or a field theme based on the chant 'Christus Vincit'.

I have used my vocals from two recording sources: my HP integrated mic (several months ago, when I could still use it) and my Samson Go. The Latin vocals are as follows, now go look up the translations because I recommend you to do it:

1)
O salutaris hostia,
Quae caeli pandis ostium,
Bella premunt hostilia,
Da robur, fer auxilium

2)
Amor vincit omnia,
Dans vere cordis gaudia

3)
Christus vincit! Christus regnat!

Reviews


SoundChrisSoundChris

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wonderful track - so mystical. Just awesome. I really like the singing because it creates such a dark mood. Also the combination of the piano with the clock sounds and those tubular bells sound so monastery-like. The piano reverb is perfect in my oppinion and the feel of freedom at 1:10 just blasted my mind away. Very very beautiful. Everything sounds so wet ... nice! Also incredible evolvement of the mood. The only thing i would change are the violin sounds because they sound quite bad compared to the rest of the track.

Overall very nice!


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SilverPoyozoSilverPoyozo

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is magnificent, it evokes an overwhelming sense of wonder.

I love it, you have a very keen sensibility.


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SeeladSeelad

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is a very good piece, I thought the instruments were really well utilized. It reminds me of a song, but I can't quite put my finger on it. In any case, great song.



KatMaestroKatMaestro

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Gave me some strong goosebumps. The choirs were splendid. Then came the tubular bells. The bells could use some back up bass. I'm not sure if the background tickling noises were intended to be there. The buildup is amazing, well made. This has the elements of New Age music mixed with contemporary style. Really good arrangements. The vocals... wait, they were YOURS? Hotdamn, it's fucking awesome.

I think it's perfect on its own as a song, tho, you could try to smooth the ending (basically add a little fade out) because it was cut off, if you want a loop. Just 2 cents, it was kinda annoying, for me, while I had this looping in my MP3 player.

Beautiful voices. Great work! 4.5/5


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Troisnyx responds:

Thanks for the review! I'll see to the ending and try smoothen it out.

The vocals were mine, indeed. *blush*


HeartOfTheStormHeartOfTheStorm

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow, very VERY well done! I love the lyrics, bells, flow, vibe, dynamic change, looping, whatev.
You said this was a battle theme for a bullet hell game? I remember the game Solace had a lot of slow songs, so this seems like it would fit right in.


Troisnyx responds:

Solace.... I must look that up. That's one BHS I'm not quite familiar with -- I know of Touhou and Jamestown. I was taking after the final battle theme of Kingdom Hearts II, which was a slow theme with nearly no percussion, and a lot of piano and minor chords.

Glad you liked it. Thanks for listening!