A March to Greatness.
The parts where the music quieted down before switching to the next part of the track seemed really odd to me, and disrupted the flow I heard. Other than that, it's a solid track, and I like the way it leads back into itself at the end.
This is definately my kind of classical music. Marching tempo with interesting build-ups á Warcraft II. Love it!
I LIKE IT. IM DEFINETLY GOING TO ADD IT TO MY FAVORITES
This is a theme song for an evil villian. . .
who still likes to watch cartoons and is a fan of the military, BK---------->
@ 0:49 the eerie feel, with that constant sounding note, was GREAT!
@ 1:47 there was a slowed down, more Nutcrackery feel to it. Maybe that's just the Holidays comin' out in my mind though. The faster paced noted, added into the same beats and marching band sound got a more powerful sound. And at 2:58 there was a real military marching band sound. An excited drummer in there was pounding away with the insane pianist too.
It all tied together well at the end, with all parts coming together nicely.
Once again, you've suprised me with yet another different sounding song. It's so nice to know that not all NG musicians have the same sound to all their songs. You have the ability to achieve varied genres and that in itself, is a real talent. Thanks again for another beautiful song to listen to. I hope you keep making music, BK. This one should definitely be used in either a fight sequence, or in an introduction to a confused villian, who's heart knows not which way to side with. You know, like, an innocent kid who has evil within them but still likes to get down on some yummy cotton candy or something.
Yeah. . . I'm rambling now.
Good job, Man.
Keep it up!
...................Take care, be good and save a turkey, eat your veggies.period
Happy Early Thanksgiving, Box-Killa!
digital music is totally not my thing
So i have no idea how much effort you have put into this, so without bias, heres my opinion and i really like it, that heavy base drum stuff combined with the string instruments was pretty evocative and dramatic. Exactly my kind of thing :)
As a whole the individual components of it were brilliant on their own but didnt seem to fit together in terms of mood imo. It felt like three or four different themes alternating. That bit of crazy at the end with the drums was obviously out of place, and it seems like you tried to squeeze all of your talents into one track. I think thats something you'll grow out of though.
All in all a pretty slick beast, i think you pwn at this genre.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.