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Date
04/26/2007
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Song
761.9 KB
1 min 18 sec
Score
4.06 / 5.00

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Author Comments

A intro song for Septenary's game, a man defies the reign of the gods!

Reviews


DefenseAssassinDefenseAssassin

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 26, 2007

NICE!

VERY NICE MAN!!!


MaestroRage responds:

I'm glad you liked this one a good deal! It has a much more intimate build between instruments and diversity then most of my others. Always learning one thing at a time!

Thank you for the review, glad you liked it!


DeflektorDeflektor

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 26, 2007

Boo!

Let's see, then.

First of all, who or what is Septenary?

Okay, okay, to the music.

My main complaint is that overall, the tune lacks of power and intensity. When i hear "defiance against the Gods", i imagine the wrath of the Gods, angered by the folly and arrogance of the man. But don't forget that is MY interpretation.

Also, at the moment where enters the drum bass (or timpani), these drums seems out of place.

Great mastering, though. The way you get from the strong part to the quiet choir is mastered, too.

Well, i don't have anything else to say. I'll gave a 5, anyway, since the only complaint i have is the drum bass stuff.

PS: If this interests you, i released "the Chariot", and i think this one is one of my best.


MaestroRage responds:

the song was meant to compliment the intro cinematic Septanary (the programmer) made, and truth be told the ending was planned originally to be much louder, angrier, as you said, it would have been really epic. Sadly I was already really late and building an appropriate angry end would have taken at least another half day. Not wanting to mess up the schedule I made the ending angelic.

I don't quite see the timpani being out of place... there is one part where it plays a mess of notes, which I should have watched out for :/...

Thank you for the review Deflektor, I will definitely make my way down to see The Chariot. I'm glad you liked the piece!