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Halo Master Cheifs Spacewalk

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Oct 14, 2009 | 9:31 AM EDT
File Info
3 MB
3 min 20 sec
3.60 / 5.00

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Rated 3.60 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Yea I allways wanted to do a halo type tune. so I just did it. i hope it can be used for some halo flashes, hope you like it.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Serene and sinister

I love this piece - there's a great deal of serenity about it with the actual feeling of the spacewalk, but as you've described it in the title, there is something that could be lurking in the darkness. After all, this is a Halo tune, where things are out there trying to kill you.

I think that the way you've put this together is spectacular - the imagery of floating just seeps through and then you hit us with the heavier stuff, which is a master stroke. Not quite spine tingling, but it certainly has a wicked sense of timing.

Perhaps the heavier stuff could be deeper and hit us harder, but other than that, this piece is phenomenal.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

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I have also never played Halo before so I can't really relate it back to a Halo game or anything like that. I guess it's not something I would think about when thinking about Halo as I assume the game has a lot of action and this seems to be for a more laid back or even creepy situation then it would be for a shoot um up video game.

Like I said though it has a very cool creepy feeling to it, but at the same time it doesn't seem like whatever it is would be dangerous in anyway. It's almost more for something unknown then it is scary.

Very relaxing and calming. I almost get a feeling of space or being in a space station looking out to the stars and just drifting away.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Creepy... and relaxing at the same time

I never played Halo, so I don't know how close to Halo's music you come with this track, but it sure sounds nice.

The intro is very creepy with it's deep hummings. Almost sounds like some track from Resident Evil, heh. Later on, when the more "spacey" hummings set in, the track becomes a mixture between creepy and relaxing. The higher pitched notes sound very relaxing, but the deeper pitched notes that can constantly be heared seem to foreshadow that something is amiss and that it's better to go and investigate rather than sitting on the terrace and taking a nap...

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