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1 min 31 sec
4.08 / 5.00

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Soundtrack/Action - Legend of Gaia



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent quality worksmenship

Though I don't have a lengthy review like the other's have generously given, I do say that this piece has alot of potential. First impression reminded me of a Milkman_Dan piece, I especially liked the beginning tremelo strings. It added to what was already a very solid beginning.

This piece should be used to a flash animation, it has several strong points for an action game [Half-Life style] introduction.

I would tend to agree that the cowbell could have been changed, but you ARE the artist of this song, and this left a fabulous impression on me. Great work, 5/5

Arbiter responds:

Length isn't all my friend, the quality of that amount of text is also.
I thank you for all comments, and I do agree when looking back, it's actually an anvil, and I don't like it in the first half, but it fits in the military half. Once again, thanks.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Superb is all i can say really.

The beat is solid and the instruments all sound pretty good. I think i recall renting that game once but it was so long ago that i don't remember any of it.

The only thing that i'd change in this piece is the long silence at the end. I think it could be a little bit shorter. The rest is simply fantastic.

There isn't really much more that i can say here except for good work, keep it up. And thanks for dropping by my page and leaving me a review.

Arbiter responds:

Actually, This isn't attached to the old RPG game, The first time I heard about it was from you now.
This IS my own work.

Anyways, Thanks for all your feedback.
Christian S (Arbiter)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

very professional!

Sorry for not getting back to you so late :P

I really like this a lot. Your string samples are pure amazement, and the sound quality just blows me away. The part near the end where the strings do that thing that they do.. hmm. I would call it an orchestra hit if it was crappy, but it isn't. I think you might know what i'm talking about. Sounds very much like a lot of soundtracks that I listen to. Great job, I think you'll do well here. Keep up the awesome work!


(thanks for the review as well :D)

Arbiter responds:

Weird you should say so, because this isn't one of my professional songs.
This is merely doodling around making soundtrack to fit my novel.
I thank you for your comment on the soundquality, as it's a very time-requiring process which I happened to use alot of time at.

It's actually an Orchestra hit, but a conducted one instead of a sampled one.
Thanks, and I hope I will do good here.
Best of Wishes, Chris.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well done.

Hey man, thanks for your review.

Lots of things have been said about this already, it's definitely a strong piece.

I must agree with DavidOrr though - it doesn't really progress, which to me kind of degrades it to Heroes of Might and Magic style battle music. I say "degrade", not because HOMM battle music isn't awesome and cleverly made, but because you clearly have the talent and the equipment at your disposal to make music that speaks more for itself.

The melody is good, try using that as a theme and make different variations. Different in dynamics, in harmonies, in instrument configuration (damn, I wish I could write my reviews in Dutch)... you'll end up surprising yourself and you'll have a lot of fun, too!

I'm listening to "Dark winds" now, basically the same story... it sounds awesome and you have a great way of arranging, a definite knack for orchestral percussion, and a tendency to write heroic melodies a la (quote DavidOrr again) Hans Zimmer. Just work on the overall development of a tune.

Both fifened!

Arbiter responds:

No, thanks for YOUR review.
I do actually agree, It doesn't progress as it's the effect I wanted on this song, (besides, I'm lazy) Though, I do agree this song tend to get boring after a while.

I'll probably be using some themes in my next song which should be up in some time.

This tends to get old, but Thanks for your comments, they are all read and apprieciated, and you have all valid points that shall be put into consideration.

Best of Wishes, Chris.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Tell me,what do you use?

Arbiter responds:

Sequencer: FLStudio 6 and Cubase.
Sampler: GigaStudio 3.0
Additional VSTi's: Edirol, Plugsound, Synful.

Thanks for comments, They are all read and appreciated.