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Mar 3, 2008 | 2:57 AM EST
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6.2 MB
4 min 33 sec
4.13 / 5.00

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Well, here it is, in all its awesomeness.

It's lacking but one thing- a voice. Send me your best versions w/voice overlaid to soluslunes AT gmail DOT com.

The best one will be posted and they'll forever have my admiration.

About the song, however... how often do you see a glockenspiel carry the melody? :D

Edit for V2:

Now with chorus! Still needs vocals! SOMEONE SING FOR ME >:(

.rns =



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Quick review.

Hearing this song gives me the sudden urge to play a Western RPG.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

65 bpm

basically half-time. my most recent song is also at this speed.

It sounds nothing like this haha. Which means I will have alot of fun remixing...

I liked how the flute and oboe/basoon played back and forth with eachother. Instead of silence for that transition, I would try a big bass drum or crash, loads of reverb of course. That one trill part at 3 min sounded too much like the beginning. If you're gonna use it again, I would repeat what came after it.

The part before 4 min could have sounded a little more full, maybe throw in that choir or a string combi.

Very nice!
(if you could check out Odd E-C it would be much apreciated)

SolusLunes responds:

Will do.

You do know that I actually am remastering this song, right?

I'm definitely grateful for your insights- it helps me out a lot. :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Holy moly!

This piece was truly gorgeous. lol your name is like everywhere - SolusLunes lol. Like said below you are a genious, i really liked the brass sounds, so subtle and added that big finale in the middle which was beautifully pulled. Well, basically this is amazing.

SolusLunes responds:

My name is everywhere? Hmm...

I like the sound of that.

Glad you liked the song! :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars


My god... this is simply beutiful.
By far the beast portal submission I have ever heard in all of my days.
You are a fucking genius!
I hope to be able to use this someday...

SolusLunes responds:

I am humbled by your praise. :D

If that's even possible.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very nice...

The beginning was perfect. It made me think that this song is just perfect, with some minor vocals this could very well become oone of the most incredible pieces I've ever heard. Though I could have gone without the glockenspiel (I'm assuming thats what that distinctive sound in the background is), or at least had it play a more minor role, But the good part is, it's different and that gives the song a certain personality that makes it so much superior to a great deal of the classical songs I've listened to. Bravo! Bravo!


SolusLunes responds:

The glockenspiel is the ding-y sound that has the main melody, so I doubt that's the one you're thinking of.

But yes, almost all of my music is unorthodox, I guess it's just the way I think. I'm still trying to secure someone to sing for the song. Progress is slow. :(