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Sep 29, 2008 | 2:01 AM EDT
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6.7 MB
4 min 51 sec
4.13 / 5.00

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Rated 4.13 / 5 stars
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Metal, Rock - Classic Rock

Author Comments

Soooooooooooooooooooooooo .

In the vein of Hybridic, ( m/audio/listen/129876) which people seemed to like, I decided to upgrade the genre clash to EPIC PROPORTIONS.

An orchestral base of brass, strings and piano, with a light sprinkling of steel-string acoustic guitar, a awesome stuffing of rock drummin', a glaze of techno-synth awesome, topped off by AWESOME METAL SOLO.

Seriously. Who else does this sort of stupid shit?




Rated 4 / 5 stars


It sounds like a war theme song or something related. It could have more variety of sounds, though, but the whole submission was very well performed.
The rythm was decent, but I found it a little annoying after minute 2:00, in my opinion.
A good audio submission, nice job to you.


~Review Request Club~

SolusLunes responds:

Glad you liked it! :D


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Sounds more like classical to me

A nice piece, with the piano playing second fiddle to the percussion and brass, which is weird - the piano should and does tend to be one of the dominant pieces of an orchestra.

I'm interested in how you got inspired for this piece - the way that it sounds is that there is some sort of force sallying out slowly from a stronghold towards a battle. It doesn't sound like they got there, but it does seem that they marched out solemnly toward whatever fate they could carve for themselves.

To alter the piece, I'd make the piano the central part, which to me seems like a no-brainer, because pieces like this tend to get carried by such a powerful and expressive instrument.

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SolusLunes responds:


I DO like the piano, and I agree it does an epic job of carrying many music pieces, but I wanted to try something new for a lot of this.

The inspiration: First I started with the steel-string guitar part. Then it built from there- I guess it was just a result of tooling around in Reason.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

very dramatic

I liked the mix of genres, but I lost interest in the song at around 3:45, maybe you sound lower the volume of the overbearing sounds and let us get a feel for the other instruments, everything was good up until I got bored

.:Review Request Club:.

SolusLunes responds:

lol, bored?



Rated 4 / 5 stars


The mix of genres sure is interesting. But from time to time there's just too much going on at the same time, so that I can't concentrate on everything at once. Also because of that, sometimes it's pretty hard to make out the single instruments because all seem to play at full volume and competing each other instead of playing together.

Most noteably is it when the solo sets in. You should tune down the volume of the other instruments a bit, so that we can clearly hear and enjoy the pretty good solo.

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SolusLunes responds:

Mixing has always been something that's plagued me, and it's something I intend to continue working on.

Thanks for the insight :D


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Hello again

Let's see, then.

A fine mix of genres, i must say !

But i think this piece could be even more epic with a stronger and louder beat.

And...Damnit, i hate it when i have nothing to say ! Serves me well for reviewing well having not slept for two days.

Anyways, amazing stuff !

(§ Jorma Poyer AKA Deflektor §)
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SolusLunes responds:

Glad you liked it. :D