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May 13, 2008 | 7:42 PM EDT
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6.4 MB
7 min 0 sec
4.35 / 5.00

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Rated 4.35 / 5 stars
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First there was dusk...
Then there was a glimmer of notes...
Now let the Sky sing it's wonder to all...
And watch the Stars shine.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very nice

You know what this kind of reminds me of?

For anyone out there who grew up with a mac in the household, you might remember Descent. If not, it was a game that had an awesome soundtrack with this style of music.

Brings back memories :3

Excellent job! 10/10


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Star Wars

this song contains so much great ideas and the intro is really amazing
I like this combination of so much genres
I hope you will go on ... master =D


ProfessorMordarm responds:

I do plan to have more up here as soon as I am able. Keep on listening!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


From the first note I heard, I anticipated something beautiful. While this does not fall well into the classical genre, that does not diminish its listening value.

As the first chord sounded on the strings, I visualized floating in the endless expanse of outer space. No helmet on, no space suit; simply me, carelessly hovering with no objective. My mouth was agape in amazement, and my eyes were wide open, taking in the scene around me. For light years, heavenly bodies stretched across the universe. Brilliant crimson stars, water covered blue planets, and violet spheres with golden rings circling them. My curiosity builds, and I cannot help but remain frozen in amazement as I stare and the grand picture before. It is almost as if God himself painted this tapestry of stars...

That is the image I get. :P I LOVE the string samples and the chord progression. What software are you using? The percussion and dynamics are pretty good as well. The only complaint I might have is that the song is very repetitive. You know what, though? It doesn't bother me in the elast. The slight changes you implement here and there help, and this is more of an ambient "mood song" in my opinion, rather than one trying to express a specific melody. And it does that ambient job quite well.

Continue to write my friend. I am quite impressed by this. :)

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ProfessorMordarm responds:

I am quite amazed by the lengthy response you gave. Quite a descriptive mind you go there. ^_^
To answer your question on the software I use several; ACID, Reason, Sonar, and Live just to name a few. And to answer your and other comments of the repetitive sound, that was intentional. I wanted to show that even that in the stars may look different at different times; they all, like us, occupy the same space we call the Universe.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Quite a piece...

The beginning faintly reminded me of "Rhapsody in Blue" but it progressed into something quite different. Different is good. All in all it was "quite a piece" and I found it quite appealing to my ears.

(As a side note, you should consider putting this into a different category of music, I believe that misc. would be quite fitting. This is the only reason why I only gave you a 9)


ProfessorMordarm responds:

Well after listening to a few of the categories and reading the other reviews I would have to agree with you and others on this. So welcome to it's new home of Misc. music.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great Tune!

I agree with mwdurr: this is awesome, this belongs in techno or misc, and if you truely love making music then MAKE MORE MUSIC!! =D

ProfessorMordarm responds:

Thanks for you encouragement and I've taken notice of your suggestion as well! =)