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Aug 11, 2010 | 3:11 AM EDT
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5.1 MB
3 min 44 sec
4.41 / 5.00

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Rated 4.41 / 5 stars
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When you find yourself finally arriving at the enemy home star system, often times there is nothing to do but wait for the light. The light announcing your arrival will take hours to drift through the system, and then further more hours will pass as you wait for the light from your enemy's reaction to come back to you.
Lite crawls along at 186,000 miles per second, practically slow motion for a fleet that can jump from system to system in a few days. Sit and wait for light to give you away, to give your enemy away, and to give the last warnings before battle.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


this song is giving me an image of a squad of ninjas at the enemy palace 10!!!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This definitely reminds me of space.

All the space computer/video games I've played have had music sort of like this- halo and homeworld 2 and it sort of reminds me of the book Ender's game by Orson Scott Card.

Nanashi responds:

That's good to hear! Even when a song turns out ok, it normally doesn't remind people of quite what I was intending, but that sounds rather close.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Pretty epic!

This really sounds like something that you would hear from Star Ocean, R-Type, The Lemmings Chronicles, or a really obscure anime. This song really proves that you can do something original, and you're usually synonymous with Robotech flash. (Nothing wrong with that as long as it's not the only kind of stuff that you do.) With that out of the way...

In terms of instrumentation, you did a great job selecting various string and brass instruments, which can make or break a song in my book. Truth is, I prefer music that sets moods/atmospheres rather than those that tell stories/convey messages. Then there's the composition, which is really impressive. I usually don't write reviews for music very often, but I think all that time making arranged Robotech music has paid off.

What I do like:
-Great composition
-Nice instrument selection
-Original, but the execution must work in order for that to be worth something. (And it did in this case.)

What I don't like:
-Nothing at the moment

Overall: You definitely have the composition skills worthy of being in many flash movies. Army Ranger/Nanashi, here's a ten out of ten!

Nanashi responds:

Wow, that is one hell of a review. Thanks! While I'm appreciative of reviews that say 'Awesomez! 10!' (Normally on my flash, not my music), it means a whole lot more when someone actually explains WHY something is good or bad, and I'm not just saying this because you had no cons this time.

If I had been getting this kind of feedback from the start, I think I'd be a lot further along. Again, thanks for your time and words.