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Date
02/01/2007
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2.4 MB
2 min 38 sec
Score
4.11 / 5.00

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Demo MenuMusic for "The Wulfpack" The unkillable spirit known only as "The Dead's Witness"

Reviews


AdixxAdixx

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 2, 2007

nice one!

nice song and i love the way you make up a lil sentence representing the song for almost all of your track even if im doing hip hop i love it !
also thx for giving me tip whit fl im working on a good one

--Adix--
-luck and peace--


MaestroRage responds:

You're welcome Adixx ^^.

Every song I make, I make with the intention of telling a story which is why there is usually a descriptive sentence for it.

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


gamesbondgamesbond

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 2, 2007

Rage And War... The Theme

MaestroRage, you're a talent indeed. With repetitive themes that never fail, you're always in the right track. The music has lots of emotion of war and rage. This is indeed a good song for a menu screen. Keep up the good work!


MaestroRage responds:

I'm glad you feel that way about the track gamesbond, that means it works for the goal I put out for it. When the project this is for comes out, I may be allowed to put up the full version, which is a good deal longer, and transitions smoother, I felt this one kinda jumped too much at parts, but otherwise it's solid and true to it's core.

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


madbossmadboss

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 2, 2007

Great and intensive

Hm great song. I loved the staccato choir. Gave a lot of passion to the song - like the ones give it in the Last Samurai score. Great job. I also loved the drums - dinamic, deep and gave the dinamic to the song.

You had agan an amazing quality brass and violin in your command. I liked the chymes under the female choir. The female choir sounded a bit like a synth but it gave the power for the song.

The whole song reminded me to a trailer music for a new samurai-emotional-action movie. Like summing up a story in a way of an audio. Great and powerfull. Great work, congratulation!


MaestroRage responds:

The Staccato choirs were something I liked a good deal as well. The first version of the song had them going off every 3 seconds, but then of course I got worried it would wear itself out WAY too quickly. It used to be like that with bells for me, always with the gonging of big bells, it drove some listeners crazy i'm sure, so more discipline this time >:(!

The female choir does sound like a synth, however it was the only one I had, and therefore had not other female choir to mix it with (I will usually mix and blend a few choirs together to try and make it sound like a real choir), but as you said, it got the message across the way I wanted it, so it stayed.

I'm glad you liked the chime thingies, because I love them too, it just sounds so... strange.

Now I guess my next project will be giving this Samurai in this song a story. It feels empty not to give one.

In any case, thanks for the review madboss, greatly appreciated. The songs inspiration came greatly from your piece "One more time", so thank you for putting that bad boy up here. I'm glad you liked it ^^.


Dj-PinkWalrusDj-PinkWalrus

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 1, 2007

Wow!

Dude, you're really producing some nice commercial quality music here! The arrangements are amazing in this song! Now, for constructive criticism, I honestly can't find much, but here it goes. If i were to change one thing to this song, it would be to fix those bells in the second half, because they seem a little out of place, and way to prominent for my tastes. Yet, honestly, that's the only thing i can find wrong with this song, whatsoever. Really nice job here!


MaestroRage responds:

Those bells were an area of big debate for me, the image I had was that of a fearless, unkillable sword wielding monster, and when I thought of that, I got the image of a Samurai, and the bells are supposed to emulate the image of standing in a serene snow storm, blade raised to his head, tense, standing there looking at the non-existent opponent. Perhaps I went too far with the sound in hopes it would show too much, I personally kinda like it :D.

Oh well, when the project comes out on release, i'll post the full version, it's a good size longer.

Thanks for the review PinkWalrus, means a good deal to me, i'm glad you enjoyed it!


Winterwind-NSWinterwind-NS

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars February 1, 2007

cool

the voices were nicely put to use i think
the drums took up a little too much of the song but i still really enjoyed it man
yeah i decided to come back to NG for a little again
just checking up on how ur doing
apparently, ur amazing now haha
so keep it up brosef
im gonna look thru ur stuff now

btw i posted 2 new songs
and 2 other new songs are on their way
none of which are intense of epic proportions lol
but worth checking out :)

nice job

WW-ns


MaestroRage responds:

It's good to see you return Winter! I really missed you man, I hope you'll stick around this time, and not turn into an Edgen on us ;).

I'll drop by your page right away!

I agree the drums take up a bit much, bad equalizing on my end, but I do love them so <3!

Once again, i'm glad to see you again Winter, come back to the dark side. Thanks for the review, i'm glad you liked it ^^.