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Dec 7, 2009 | 1:31 AM EST
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7.7 MB
5 min 36 sec
4.42 / 5.00

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Rated 4.42 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Techno

Author Comments

now, this may/may not have too much bass. going through everything i've made lately, there's a cleaner sound, but my bass is always a touch high. i can't help that at this time, and all i could do to remedy that is guessing, sooo, for now, what's up is what's up.

this is the last battle scene from the first Mad Empress storyline, so some tracks are noted from other pieces and themes used earlier. like the other big fight track, there's a lull at the end in another mood. if it comes around to it, i can totally remove it without much consequence. enjoy, i suppose. this was one of my best, i think.

genre's up in the air with this one too (changed it to techno). also, i think the track is credited under another pseudonym, so don't freak.

pretty sure this single track encapsulates a lot of my style rather accurately (well, of completed works, anyway).



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Very nice track, Started off with some nice background noises that set the mood for a melody, I liked when the guitar-ish thing came in at about 1:10 or so, then it went more techno-style and back to medieval style again. There is an excellent use of subtle background instruments, and the occasional occurrence of techno sounds throughout.

The change at the end was nice but i'm not sure if it flowed perfectly into that section. So all in all a very nice track with lots of little things being thrown around everywhere, there was lots to hear so I wrote a big review lol. Almost perfect, and it really would set an excellent for a battle scene like you have chosen.

darkmelee responds:

thanks for the insight and i agree with you on the insert at the end. might just remove it later down the road.