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Mar 22, 2015 | 11:36 AM EDT
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10.9 MB
4 min 45 sec
4.89 / 5.00

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The other night, I went to watch Chappie and was amazed at the movie's plot. What amazed me most was the soundtrack of the movie, composed by Hans Zimmer.

This piece was inspired by Chappie's soundtrack, but most important of all is <a href="">Mattashi</a> music. I was addicted to his track <a href="">The Weapon</a>. I recommend you to check out the track.

This is the 2nd final track in the album. I guess this isn't as epic as the other pieces of mine. :)




Rated 5 / 5 stars

So this was inspired partly by a song that was partly inspired by another song and now I'm going to ask you if I could experiment adding guitars and vocals to this... Henceforth known as the song inspired by a song inspired by a song Version 2:Metal?
I love sci-fi, even more so artificial intelligence so this movie was right up my alley, as is this song. I love what you've done here!

tldr: would you mind if I had a play around, adding guitars and vocals? I'll rewatch the movie and stick to ideas from it. I can't promise something will come of it though, but something might. ^_^

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Agitat0r responds:

:D Thank you for your review. Feel free to work on the song!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Fantastic track.

Splendid progression. Love how the production evolves with the song.
Very exciting rhythmically. That legato cello is an awesome touch as well.

5/5 - Would save the world to.

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Agitat0r responds:

Thank you for your review a lot!

Changing progression was necessary because there were 2 different tempos in this piece, before 1:14 it was 130, and after that it was 145. The legato cello is the sweetest thing I ever purchased. Easy to use and as sweet as Adagio Cellos. Most of the time, I prefer Adagio for short and marcato (Although the Divisi is very great too).

Thank you again for your review!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love how you paint pictures of epic films. In this it's like either the robot went haywire or saved the day after it's creation. Could go either way.

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Agitat0r responds:

Thank you for your review!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is awesome man! The arpeggio synths really keep the fast epic pace going. I like how the intro was going into one direction then... Cello shots. creating a rhythm section and it got a lot more intense! The low cello break in 1:38 did seem a bit dry due to the fact it was on its own, perhaps percussion shots layered on top would have added more depth? In any case.. Well done!

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Agitat0r responds:

I'm getting addicted to the Adagio Cellos. They sound amazing in full ensemble.

Thank you for your review, Nick!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Man. I've been slacking of the entire week (DAMN YOU ANIME!!!), but hearing this, I realize I need to get back on track. Do you think you'll have time to work on the collab next weekend (things are beginning to slow down a bit on my end, which means I should have some time :D)? I feel inspired already >:D

This track. It might not be as epic as some of your other pieces (though it's still very epic), but it'd make more than perfect background music in an action packed scene!!! I can't find anything wrong with the track actually. As a standalone track, it's still good, but I think it could find its highest potential if used as battle/action music in a movie or game of some sort ;)

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Agitat0r responds:

Thank you for your response.

And yes I am available on this weekend. I would love to finish the piece! Take your time, no need to rush. I worked on quite a few strong ideas for our collab. Personally, I enjoy to experience with different style of music. What I did in "Purgatory" or "Tomorrowland" were great, but I want to explore my other skills to see which one I'm good at. Beside, it gets boring fast if you stick to a single style for a long time.

Thank you again for your response! Looking forward to see you soon!