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Date
02/06/2004
File Info
Loop
441.6 KB
28 sec
Score
3.96 / 5.00

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Author Comments

A short music for a death sequence/animation. Enjoy.

Reviews


ruaiksruaiks

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow..

I always read the comments while listening to the song.. this time, I was a little bit faster than normal with scrolling down.. So I found out it was only 29 seconds by a comment.. lol'd Awesome loop! :D


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TeufelsPrideTeufelsPride

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Respect From A Voting Power

What you have here is something I wouldn't mind giving ten stars on. I kind of wanted to do seven, but after listening to this repeat itself several times I had to say... It was... intense to say the least. The repeat when it stops creates a dynamic feel that makes it seem a bit more... real. You can actually feel the scene coming to life and I have to say that this touched me. Not personally, but if anything close. The heartbeats add a life and more character while the light banging sounds before the bell show the building intensity. Finally, the bell itself shows the last moment, which brings us to the end of my little post. It shows the last moments in which the personal finally comes to the closing end. I must say that this was a wonderful piece of work, even if it is only twenty-nine seconds long it's own personal message, even if not spoken, is there. Death is the lingering shadows around you, and even if you are surrounded by light, it will always be watching for the fatal moment in which it snatches your life.


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12L0rd12L0rd

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Dont ask for who the bells bend....

....because the bells bend for you.

Lol, very sober & dry music, lets say my kind of music :p

good job dude, and the "heartbeat" makes the song less etherial, and more REAL death, attained to the theme


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RehtaelRehtael

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hmmmmm...

It reminds me of a scene from a movie, when in the mittle of a battle, all the sounds go mute except for the music like this, and the hero just saw most of his team die.


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ForceHogForceHog

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Loops

It loops really well, and portrays the feeling of a hero dying... It's awesome!


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