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KKS - Unforgettable

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Author Comments

I am so inspired by movie scores lately that I wanted to show how far I can push Reason's library to its limits, in terms of realism and richness. Call it a demo, an Ãf©tude, or just by its title. "Unforgettable" is a little tribute to a great film music production duo: Two Steps from Hell.
Enjoy, and feel free to leave some critique (very appreciated) :D

PS: Also, wear headphones.
EDIT: Brass (horns and bass trombone) added.


Nice. Definitely reminds me of some of the compositions in videogames and films.

Very epic, and maybe a little sad, or even hopeful, sounding, depending on how it would be used.

Very well done sir. This track definitely has my approval. Very beautiful. I can imagine someone sitting on a cliff, overlooking the horizon, as the sun sets, hopeful for a new beginning.(possibly after a tragedy has happened, and a happy resolution)

Good job. :)

KKSlider60 responds:

Thank you very much :D
It can adapt to various interpretations and scenes, indeed.

Very nice, like Sookies said, it would be a great ending track for a tragic movie. The leads flow very nicely on top of the chords and rhythms. My only suggestion would be to bring out some deeper tones, like add a deep brass section at that build at 0:37, sousaphone or trombone, or if you're trying to keep it light, maybe even a trumpet would do. Anyway, great work as always. :D

KKSlider60 responds:

Yeah, I still think it's missing something. In fact I didn't use brass for some reason.
Thanks for the suggestions ^^

Whoa !
I'm french but i want to say that to you
This is a very beautiful classic song ! I love that !

Thanks it is "magnifique"
Good Job !


KKSlider60 responds:

Merci beaucoup, mon ami!

This is be an awesome end to a film.

KKSlider60 responds:

Yup. The war has ended, leaving destruction and death, no winners nor losers... only the will of reconstructing what they've lost, building new hopes, a new future. The camera pans over the exhausted population and the surviving soldiers that are returning to their homes with a smile on their tired faces, never forgetting the tragedy of war... o.o

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4.31 / 5.00

Mar 15, 2012
10:43 AM EDT
File Info
2.7 MB
1 min 12 sec

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