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

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

Reviews


Strawberry-StarburstStrawberry-Starburst

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 21, 2008

something else i'd share

here's another story i wrote while listening to this song. your music is very inspiring!

defiantly he roared away
as if to dull his pain
too long he'd sat, quiet and still
atop the poignant hill
awaiting his beloved maria
exactly a year, season through season
driven by love, forgetting all rationality and reason
but as the last snow flake fell upon the ground
his heart stopped cold, unable to continue on without his dearest maria
whom was never to be found


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DragaDraga

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 30, 2008

Epic

Dude, just.....dude. Awsome song.

Plus, Strawberry-Starburst. your story is gr8



denvermagidenvermagi

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 5, 2007

Ten for Ten

Hello again maestro. Well, this piece is about as perfect as you can get it I think. First off the sound clarity was excellent in this piece. I don't know whether you used a new program or what, but its good. Another thing, is that this piece had absolutely nothing out of place. Everything was in key and working together. The chior and the lone chime that begins at 0:53 completes the Intro quite nicely. Now, enough technical stuff.

This piece definately seems like an intro into an epic game or perhaps a character's primary theme. Excellent work on this one maestro. I would even go so far as to say that the piece would work well in a Final Fantasy game for a character's theme, perhaps a noble knight or a lone wizard? Well which ever, good work and keep it up.


MaestroRage responds:

Thank you Denver! The new sound feel is due to some work spent on equalizing better. I've been really going into shoving in as much as possible without damaging anything, and though it's been a tiring road, it has also been a rewarding one!

This piece was also me trying to use the whole orchestra better, using different brass and the flutes of which I neglected so much.

I am glad you thought it was Final Fantasy worthy, though I doubt they would agree XD.

In any case, you have the imagery right. The piece is indeed for a noble knight, who has forsaken the gods. Though noble and pure of heart, his deep rooted hatred towards them is as unwavering as his blade.

Thank you for the review denver, I am glad you liked this piece ^^.


TwistedtechnologyTwistedtechnology

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 26, 2007

sweet XD

Hmm...deflektor i think had a point....the timapni are kinda sounding weird to me, but as i continue to listen to this on repeat, they grow on me pretty quickly, so its not that big an issue for me XD

The choir was beautiful...*jealousy* where did you get that?

Great mastering! As always it sounds flawless.

The only real problem I had with it was that it was short, but I understand its for an intro to a game, so, I cant complain too much there XD

Another job well done!
5/5
10/10

Keep em comin, we cant get enough!!!*at least i know i cant anyway XD

~Twistedtechnology


MaestroRage responds:

The timpani are really done differently this time around eh? I went to listen to a live orchestra last week and their timpani was played differently then how I play it. It had such a large role, such a powerful tool, that I immediately realized I wasn't even using the timpani to half it's potential. Trying to understand it better was more difficult then I thought, and as a result the timpani sounds a little awkward here.

That will change with experience :D.

The choirs are from East West Symphonic Choir. Damn brilliant VST I tell you.

I'll keep em coming my good sir! Purely so that I can kill you through subliminal messages one day >:}

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


Zen-ZudokaiZen-Zudokai

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 10, 2007

Interesting...

Interesing in the least Maestro. I'm afraid however there is just not enough coming from this piece to make a full story. But a clear image is formed on the other hand, so here it is. A young man stands before the coffins in a fueneral of his parents. He is young and in his mind he lacked the power to save them. For he had started to walk down the crooked wide path of evil in life. His parents tried in vain to save him but his stubborness and arrogance was so wide and broad that they could not get through to him. As a result as they cross a road, their minds preoccupied with their sons condition, they are both struck by a truck and die. The son, greived by this, drops to his knees and weeps. However, he stands up and he says, "I swear on your graves, and before God, that will for the rest of my life walk...the path less travelled...the path you both took. I failed once before to pick myself up and it took your lives in the process. I failed before...NEVER AGAIN!!" And with those solemn, strong, cryptic words the boy walks the strightist and narrowest of paths that very few take...and few continue to do so. Hey, it looks like I was able to get a story out of this! That's a surprise. By the way, it's been a while since I asked but how is that conclusion song coming along? I hope it's doing well. Keep up the good work...


MaestroRage responds:

Hey Zen.

You're right about that conclusion piece. It has been a long while hasn't it? It seems every day somebody needs a piece urgently, and work just gets larger and more daunting. I've worked less at school then I am now --_--"

But thats not a problem, it's slowly coming to fruitation. I hope I can get it done before the vacation this summer. I won't have a computer or anything else for about a month, so it's going to be really hard for me not to go insane.

As for the story, it is a shame that only the heaviest blows can reduce somebody to rubble, to rebuild again. Words mean so little, and yet could mean so much.

I suppose it is all entirely up to the speaker, and the listener, to how effective words can be.

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