-Lost But Not Forgotten-

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Worked long and hard on this track. Still not as real as I would like it but getting closer. Has my favorite orchestral melody I've made so far.

Features tempo changes, which I've never done before... Fairly easy to tell where they are. One of my better pieces though it has it's flaws.


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*Throws away Crimson Tide CD.*

Well, Don't need that anymore. ;)
This is truly astonishingly powerful. A sure prime contender amongst all the entires I've heard. Stunning stuff.

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You just kicked some serious ass sir.

One of the coolest orchestral bits I've heard in a VERY long time. I'd be freaking conceited if I had your skill.

The Battlefield....

This reminds me of a battlefield during an epic war... The amount of emotion you can build with those string harmonics is incredible, it's an amazing talent.
Wouldn't be surprised if this snagged anywhere in the top 3, it's an incredible piece. Good work on this one!

Got to say, this song has all the ups and downs to it. it has depth and could easily be in a movie sound track. love it. keep up the good work.


I love the ebb and flow of this. The transitions were extremely well done. The whole piece was strongly emotive, stern and powerful, namely due to great use of the full dynamic range of the instruments.
I can't stress enough how much I love the dynamic flow of this piece, you really did well on it. The sharp, constant contrasting between the mellow and epic parts really gave this piece legs to stand on. And finally, the soft piano outro was a nice touch at the end to see the piece out.

My only criticism is that the piece seems to be mastered a little to hotly overall, to my ears. Especially for classical which usually tends to benefit from a little less crushing of the audio and more room for dynamic range.

At anyrate, i'm honestly surprised that this track didnt get scored higher in the NAC, this is by far my favorite piece so far.


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4.37 / 5.00

Jan 9, 2011
2:32 AM EST
File Info
7.2 MB
3 min 56 sec

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