this just screams epic evil monster battle.
The picture it paints in my mind: Boss theme, you're fighting a masive, demonic, lazer breathing hellhound in the middle of a graveyard in a forest at night.
I love de epicness, it sounds like some kinda boss fight to me. Like that really cool looking boss with all the flashy moves right before the final one :P
More proof that everyone gets something different out of everything. Glad you like it.
Though it seems reminiscent of alot of genres out there, this entire piece feels a bit random. To be truthful, even though this piece was likely meant to sound like it was orchestrated or simply classic, the instrumental were incredibly electronic sounding, this caused likely by having a single sound sample (instrumental voice) being modulated into different pitches and octaves, that ruins the sound quality.
Though it takes a bit more effort to do, I highly suggest you find samples that have the entire scale of a single instrument and use a program that allows you to set different keys to those specific sound samples. (A key will play A, B will play B, this is including sharps and flats).
I love how the closer you get to realistic sounding instruments the more people notice they aren't real. Not only are realistic sounding multi sampled orchestral VSTs incredibly expensive, but my computer strains and chugs with these 4 VSTs. Army of Angels was even worse. And to be fair...it doesn't sound THAT electronic. More real than most any synths under $200.
I'm planning on grabbing EWQLSO and EWQLSD2 some day but that's almost $1000 not to mention the new computer I'd need to run it. Check back in a year or two when I've saved up enough money.
And if a bad carpenter blames his tools...well then screw you and lay down yer own damn carpet. >:(
reminds me of halo
reminds me alot of halo. which is not a bad thing :D good track for killin zombies or aliens :P keep up the good work
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