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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

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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 5 / 5 stars

That's a lot of awesome

This has got to be one of the strangest original songs I've heard in my life. I love it, though! Epic genre clash for the win! Classical, a bit of jazz stuff, metal/rock, and I could have sworn I heard a bit of latin stuff in there. An odd combination, but you made it work. Congrats! I like the title, too. 5/5, 10/10, download, as usual.


SolusLunes responds:

I suppose the closest thing to latin that this song has would be the steel-string guitar, but in any case.

An odd combination, but the most awesome thing ever. :D

I do what I can.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Prepare for the most epic review ever.

Ok.. starting with strings.. into... sax?.. it's good.. lotta sound on the left.. but both ears are entertained.. so all is well.

The drums come in next.. and.. it's very clean.. the mix is veeerryy wholesome. Gotta say I'm a fan. The acoustic guitar.. whilst not real.. sounds very fitting.. and the little accents in the percussion.. dunno if it's toms.. it's good.. no.. not toms.. timpanis.. verrry fitting.

It's epic. And that makes me happy now.. and we're only at the tuba..

and a stuttering cymbal? Wha?

And now.. the techno part.. the flange is rather pleasing..

and the acoustic comes back?! yesss...

Sweeet.. I like the way it mixes back together.. very nice.

And now another guitar...ish.. line.. I likey... swweeeet.

YEs.. it's good. Very intricate.. the audio textures. W00tness.. and now the end..

I liked it a lot.. 5/5 10/10 -Echoz =D

SolusLunes responds:

Not sax, jazz trumpet for the beginning, just a little bit lower than they'd normally play. :D

Yes, you are correct, those are timpanis, I WAS considering toms for them originally.

Stuttering cymbal because I can. :D

The flange/phase makes the synth, and the acoustic guitar is a nice sound.


Glad you liked it :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

How in the...

You know what, its moments like this that genre classification just has no say. This is music in it's wild form, taking from multiple ones, and sort of presenting a pseudo-genre thing we have going on here. I give you props for being able to organize this in your mind as you planned it out. I think I hear Reason's studio strat in this. Great, creative material my friend.


SolusLunes responds:

You hear what had used to be Reason's studio strat. I used that as a base and tweaked it to my liking.

I like your reaction, though- genres be damned :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars


epic and intense. its hard getting that orch stuff to sound authentic. tried and died a couple times. anyways great work. everything sounds really smooth and goes down easy.

SolusLunes responds:

Smooth and goes down easy. Nice.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Yey for Solus makin more music!

Yep. You have done a good twist of genres again. Can't help but be reminded of Circus Solei when the synth lead comes in. Good job on the guitar solo with the bends and all. Smooth notation. Some spots seemed discordant with the synth lead...but I would have prolly mixed down the lead for the GTR solo there. A lil mix automation woulda fixed that right up. The timpani sounded a lil cheesey in spots. Nice brass work! Good fill in the begining with the snare. Exactly the way I like to do it and hear it done. I give you as many thumbs up on my hands as possible, and perhaps I can find a cadavre to give you a few more.... or try some NG Stars and this review.

SolusLunes responds:

I suppose you're right with toning down the mix so the guitar would be more prevalent at that point, buuuuuuuuuuuuuut I just didn't think of it.

I liked the timpani- it may have been cheesy, but it was what I needed it to be. :D