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Date
11/07/2006
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Song
1.9 MB
2 min 2 sec
Score
4.09 / 5.00

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Author Comments

For the tribe RoBAC in Tribal Wars, one of the most difficult pieces i've produced! Enjoy!

Reviews


ElBonziElBonzi

Rated 5 / 5 stars

huge!

This is my third time listening to this - it's wonderful!

You have a killer knack for orchestral interpretation. The choral section is very surprising and adds the very epic, larger than life feel.

The reverberating drums that you have in triplets are AWESOME.

Hit me up on AIM (if you have it :D) at Elbonzi02 I'd love to talk with you! Great work friend!


MaestroRage responds:

Thank you, I try to carry out a story or feeling to the best of my ability with every piece, to know that you felt something means I succeeded.

Thank you for the review, i'm glad you liked it, i'll hit you up on AIM sometime ^^. My AIM can be found on my profile too.


Everlasting-ElementsEverlasting-Elements

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Such Power

Such moving power in you song. I haven't heard something like this in a while. You have the skills to go pro and all man! I would actually enjoy hearing you someday on the radio (I listen to the classical station sometimes). But this is awsome man!


MaestroRage responds:

I'm glad you enjoyed it Everlasting, this piece DOES have some good segments in it, that I feel if I had carried out properly would probably command a good deal more power, but with mistakes comes knowledge, so i'm still pretty pleased with it.

Thank you for the review, again i'm glad you liked it ^^.


Oracle-Of-DreamsOracle-Of-Dreams

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Indeed

You used a bit too much reverb, other than that, a good piece. However if you allow my storytelling, It seems as though it was not really chaotic. Possibly frantic, the mad rush to prepair an army for war, a war that will ravage the land and end the lives of many.


MaestroRage responds:

hello RainMaster, sorry for the late response, time for me to do some major catching up to do yes?

I am always open and ready to read anybodies story that they wish to impart on me. It is with the hopes that somebody will create a world, live for a moment outside their normal frame that I continue to make what I do, and though your image was not really what I was thinking, it does apply on many levels.

So thank you for the review RainMaster, i'm glad you liked it!


i2abbitzi2abbitz

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wow

i love the choir, soo deep and full of emotion with just a simple "ah"

bells were awesome! set a grave tone to it.

great percussion, it puts me in a mood right from the start.

i love how the violin sometimes hit two notes at once, almost like a violin duet or something.

i wasn't expecting a flute in here at all, but you made it fit in so perfectly!

it sounds like this song is building and building..
like everyone is gearing up for battle, they're ready for what's to come. they meetin a wide open field to see their opponent on the other side. one soldier thinks about what he's fighting for, his wife, his children, and his fellow mates. each of the leaders stare at each other ready for one to make the first move..
the bell sounds, in slow motion, yelling in complete silence, both charge towards the middle of the field.. then it fades to black...

wow.. i soooo wish i could make amazing flashes... it would go great for a war movie teaser.

i dont really have much to criticize about this, i'm a noob at orchestral pieces, but i can't help but hear some man's vocals in here, yelling at his soldiers, giving them the speach before battle... but.. i'm just thiinkin theatrics now. :)

i2

keep em comin


MaestroRage responds:

Oh look at silly Maestro replying to his reviews one week late X_x, I apologize, life has been quite unkind as of late.

In any case.

I'm glad you liked the piece i2, the images you present in your review, is quite close to the image in my head during it's construction, but with the war going nuts in my head, the song lost direction, and as said many times before, my production skills were quite lacking.

Oh well, one day I will return to this piece, polish it up nice and right, and spit it out again, remixed!

Thank you for the review i2, again, i'm glad you enjoyed the piece ^^.


denvermagidenvermagi

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not bad

Not bad, but not one of your better pieces. It seems almost as if it is waiting for ...something. The piece almost seems like background music for another tune. It does have many complex elements added in, but it doesn't seem to have a certain point that it is getting across. No offense, but it seems rather, well, pointless. It still was very original, and it did have much diversity, but, clarity just wasn't there.


MaestroRage responds:

you're right, this isn't one of my better, but it was a great learning song, and so I don't regret putting it up here. Thanks to people like you, I can pinpoint exactly what it was that made it as bad as it did.

Pointless? I didn't take any offense to that, but I do hope you don't mean you didn't get any form of image from it :O! Cuz that would be a complete failure on my part :'(.

Oh well, live and learn right? Thank you for the review denvermagi!