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Feb 15, 2016 | 4:24 PM EST
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Song
7.5 MB
3 min 16 sec
Score
4.88 / 5.00

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Rated 4.88 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Other - Cinematic
Tags:
animation
guardian
celtic
clairvoyant

Author Comments

After over two years of on-and-off work, here we have a Celtic-inspired score for NeroGeist's awesome new animation, The Clairvoyant Prologue, as part of his Guardian animation series. I highly recommend that you check it out!

This uses East/West libraries and Omnisphere, and everything was composed in FL Studio 12. Special thanks to samulis for recording additional instrumentation and Ceevro for the acoustic guitar!

Hope you enjoy :).

Reviews


ngforlifengforlife

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Skyrim.

This is ok though, because with a Skryim comparison......suddenly your song has the benefit of an entire game full of mountains, vast plains and wild valleys.

A single tear rolled down my cheek as I listened to this. I remembered a time when, having emerged from a deep dwemer dungeon, I sat atop a high mountain seat and surveyed the land before me. Vast it was, and far it stretched out towards the horizon. Where would I travel next? It seemed that the whole world was before me, and I had but to stretch out my hand and seize it. Adventure waited behind every corner, yet also was danger my ever-present companion.



hugo2324hugo2324

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Other song in my collection!!
very good, men!


Step responds:

Thanks!


TaintedLogicTaintedLogic

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love the still beauty encapsulated by the beginning. The somewhat abrupt transition at :31 actually worked well for me, like the protagonist turned a corner and was thrown into the midst of a celtic market. I thought it was really cool how the acoustic guitar sort of interrupts the rest of the piece at 1:22. I thought you needed a smoother transition at 1:51, though that section in and of itself is probably my favorite of the entire piece. It's just so calming and majestic. The ending was also a bit abrupt, but I'm getting the sense that it was designed that way in order to fit with the film (?). Either way, this is hauntingly beautiful. Two years is a long time, but I'll be listening to this song obsessively for longer. Enjoy the rest of your weekend! ;D


Step responds:

Thanks for another review!

Man, transitions are so difficult in scores! I agree that the transition at 1:51 needs work.

Glad you enjoyed this one too. c:


MetalMrForeverMetalMrForever

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

¡¡MUY BUENA!!


Step responds:

I don't need to know Spanish to know what that means.

Thanks!


ChristovgrigoriChristovgrigori

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is very beautiful. You've done a fantastic job, dude!


Step responds:

Thank you!