i agree with maestro. i think a mid range chior would have helped move along some of the small crescendos, but thats all that i would change in this song.
omg,this is some awesome classic
the more i listen to your classic work,the more
iam beginning to love classic.
i must agree that this is one of your best work.
*warning:this is addictive,you WILL stay listening to it for at least 1 hour.*
Wow, thank you! I'm flattered.
I must agree with you when you say this is one of your best works. I was quite happy to sit and listen to it for an extended period of time.
I feel if you added some chaotic vocals in the background, it might have been better.
That might just be me, i'm nuts about choirs, but have yet to find a decent VST to create what I truly desire.
You want choirs??? I'LL GIVE YA CHOIRS!!! Seriously, I will. Just not in this song. :D
Sorta reminded me of... well. it brought really kewl anime ideas into my head.
Sorta like the fateful meeting of a hero and the final villan. Hmmm.
Very nice indeed. The rythm and main melody are ones to remember.
(Too many paragraphs? :P )
That's pretty close. The story behind it is Outlanders 25: Talon and Fang. Our hero, Kane, figures out that the past was never meant to happen. His beloved and almost all his friends are dead. With nothing left to lose he confronts the man responsible in a desperate attempt to fix the world. It's a really cool audiobook. I worked freakin hard on that one. If your curious go to the (site)
This one kicks butt! ^_^
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.