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Dec 26, 2006 | 1:45 PM EST
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1 min 36 sec
4.23 / 5.00

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A battle loop I had created for Xiphon's RPG game. Loops, filled with a desperate energy!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is a true work of art. I love it alot.

MaestroRage responds:

Thank you Alarity. I apologize for the very late review, I simply did not catch on the number change until now X(. I wouldn't have caught on if I didn't check through every song like I do once a month.

Wanted to apologize, in any case, thank you for the review! I'm glad you liked it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I liked the music! Nice bell playing, and did you use a tuba for this? It seemed like it was.

MaestroRage responds:

OH MY GOD, I forgot all these review?! My sincerest apologies ZeroMan. I feel rather foolish for forgetting the review, I don't even know if you will read this.

But yes, there is a tuba and some low trombones thrown in there!

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


Rated 5 / 5 stars


What can I say? Job well done!

MaestroRage responds:

What can I say, but thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed it, thank you for the review!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


It appears that I have accidentally posted my review for this in your 'Brotherhood' piece. My regrets.

As for 'Brotherhood' itself, I like the ambient crickets. However, it makes me think more of telling stories of valor. Its relaxed tone connotes quiet reflection more than it does grand, exited acting. It's still good, though. :)

MaestroRage responds:

I'm glad I read both reviews before I responded, because I felt a little strange sitting there thinking "do the cello's really sound like brass?! Have i raped them so hard in this fashion O_O!?"

But it makes much more sense now.

You're right I could have beefed up the low end, the trouble with this one was the percussion. They literally dominated my low end and because I don't use these kind of drums often I was faced with many situations I wasn't prepared to handle. I'm glad you were honest enough to point these errors out, because I was wondering if I should spend more time in the future on mastering, or learn that on the side while creating.

I will definitely have to work on equalizing and the such.

As for the Brotherhood piece, I fully agree, there is a great nostalgic value to the piece, the first image that triggered it however was that of brotherhood, and so to give credit to the starting block I named it as such.

Thank you for both reviews, greatly appreciated. I'm glad you liked them.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Stunning, Maestro, to say the least. and what great to accompany a great piece but with what I do best at times, storytelling!
before i whisk my quill I would like to add, the story I made to accompany your piece "these games we play" has actually been created into a full story I have added to the Cage of Dreams. Bravo on the piece.
anyway, this battle reaches me in an equally epic, but more outlandish way.
The rivals meet each other at the front, two teams, once mercenaries who had scuffled long ago, are meeting at the end to settle the score. the Red mercenary leader draws his blade, followed by his comrade's staff, bow, and axe, ready to face their rivals. the Blue mercenary raises her mace followed by her comrade's polearm, spear, and warhammer. the eight mighty warriors charge each other, at times fighting alone and at times teamed with their fellow fighters, all in a great attempt to best the other. in midst their fighting they begin to see themselves and each other, what their lives had been before, and are now, due to the rivalry. but a bitter war had sent these eight against each other only to find they had been fighting for those whose views conflicted theirs. upon the defeat of the Blue leader, the other three blue arms stood with a propsition for the reds, followed by their leader.
in time, the eight no longer harbored such bitterness, and the rivalry ends, bringing the warriors together and strengthening their ties to each other.

MaestroRage responds:

It is strange, but true to consider how sometimes aggression and a sense of bitterness to another can be swayed if not dismantled entirely by a good fight. In many online games i've seen two rivaling people actually get friendly and grow attached to another as they fight and see themselves in the other.

Why I wonder from time to time, does feeling defeat or victory by somebody who you once held contempt for sway these emotions? Only in the case where the other is filled with too much hate and rage to ever change their mindset does a defeat ring like a nightmare.

Perhaps the tension gets too high, and the only way to dismantle it is by becoming friends, or maybe as a instinct they feel working together would gain them much more then fighting alone...

in any case the story rings true to people I see often, and so it is one I could relate with. Well written.

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