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May 16, 2011 | 8:33 PM EDT
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13.4 MB
7 min 15 sec
4.38 / 5.00

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Rated 4.38 / 5 stars
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So the first submission I ever made to the audio portal was called Airship, and it was kinda popular among the people who like this sound. This sequel of sorts is the biggest composition I've ever written, and it has crashed my computer so many times I have lost count. Enjoy the journey.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Why this hasn't gotten more recognition is beyond me. Very solid sound, well put together. Keep it up!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

*.* This is awesome

I just love you work so much man!, i was listening to classical tracks in the audio portal and came across this. Man I love it. Im looking forward to using this in an epic RHG battle I'll be animating! I'll do my best to make the animation as epic as this Instrumental. Cheers :P


Rated 5 / 5 stars

A beautiful peace. Truely under-listened.

This song is so amazing, and so beautiful, I lost track of time while listening to it. Witnesses of me listening to the song said it was like I was lost in time, in thought. This song can only bring about epic scenes of anything it is incorporated into.

I shall share this song with my friends so that more people can enjoy this journey. This definitely deserves more listens and positive votes.


D3vilsheep responds:

Thank you so much. :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Uber 5 for the Sheepy!

Nice one DS. Great stuff! It's a much needed improvement of the original. Do feel some of your brass staccatos are really short though. But it could be due to the vst. Great work! :D

D3vilsheep responds:

Peter you live! Thanks for the review! Staccatos too short? Never heard that before...I'm not sure how one goes about lengthening an accented staccato phrase...the vst might cut off the notes based on velocity, but I haven't heard any abnormalities yet. You know I love throwing staccato action over everything. ;)

Also it could be the lack of a low brass section (I'm kind of emulating one in this arrangement). The low end of the brass hits isn't too apparent.

Thanks again for your thoughts. I'm considering writing you a tribute soon. :)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


pretty good orchestral you got here, this really sounds like a video game soundtrack or a movie battle scene soundtrack. i can definitely see how your title fits in with the feeling of the song

D3vilsheep responds:

Thanks. ^_^