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This is the battle music featured in the flash hit Sonny (both 1 and 2), with some pretty major improvements. I read every review, and respond to as many as I have time for. Thanks for your support!



this song is great, but it sounds a bit too wet overall
the first four notes in the bass really reminded me of clubbed to death

DavidOrr responds:

Hey Winterwind!
Balancing the reverbs was pretty tough- I wanted to keep the guitar and drums in the front of the mix, so I had to make everything else a bit wetter. I'll go back and see if I can rework the reverbs for a later release. Thanks for the input, much appreciated!

One of the best!
I agree with everyone's opinion on how wonderful this and your works are.

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Extraordinary, impacting, I can't get enough!

The guitar lead just speaks to me so well. I just recently had the opportunity to play through the Sonny series or rather what's out so far for it and I simply loved the score you worked on for the series. This song in particular is perhaps my favorite of them all.

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well polished

very nice

Choirs = win.

Hmm... for some reason I don't recall having heard the guitar when I played Sonny... did you add them in? O.o Or is my memory just failing me? xD What did you use for the guitar? EWQL stuff again?

My favorite part about this is the choir. As always, I love the use of choirs. But for some reason the choir in this song seems a lot weaker than the choirs in Four Champions. Also... the overall volume of the song seems a lot quieter than what you have in Heroic Confrontation. Was that to preserve dynamics? Because I kind of think you could raise the volume on this a little without adversely affecting the song.

Either way great song, and a good part of the Sonny soundtrack.

-HFX ^_^

DavidOrr responds:

I just uploaded a new version, and the choirs a brought out more. They aren't going to have to same impact as in Four Brave Champions because they serve a different purpose. In Four Brave Champions the choirs stood at the front of the piece to pump up the listener. Here, they're much more supportive, giving a eerie color to parts of the piece.

I've also bumped up the volume a bit- but not too much. My old stuff was overly compressed and clipped a bit too much in places- ideally you want the max volume levels to slightly lap over the clipping lines, and I try to adhere to that rule as much as possible. Thanks for the review!

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4.13 / 5.00

Jan 21, 2009
2:14 PM EST
File Info
1.8 MB
1 min 49 sec

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