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Acutus - Black Market

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Jun 18, 2012 | 1:47 PM EDT
File Info
2.5 MB
2 min 14 sec
0.92 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Rated 0.92 / 5 stars
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Rate and enjoy :)



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

i'm very sorry to announce you this. But your music, namely, Black market, shall be used as inspiration. I shall use it when i need to create an intense, dark, back-street scene in which some shady character will reveal his true self in front of the pure do-goody girl and then mes with her mind in a way she will never forget. I shall picture a large, creepy smile on his face while the girl's world begins to crumble and shatter into nothingness...

Therefore, i present to you my apologies. For i will be making horrible scene with this music in mind. Thank you for your hard work, no go make me a longer one so i can create more evil in my heroic fantasy!

StalkerJack responds:

Apology accepted!Check the v2 on my channel!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

i could see this being used a movie trailer, or a scene were the dark secrets that the antagonist has been hiding are poured out infront of the protagonist.

in an actual movie scene this would be quieted down a bit but it is still nice.

if anything you should work on is making it so the song doesn't overcast any dialouge that takes place. with movie music it isn't the composer's song to make the movie great, but to act as a support for the emotion. at the same time i could feel the anger, a feeling of betrayal throughout the song.

StalkerJack responds:

You won't hear any drums in a dialogue scene(Maybe but rarely).This isn't a song for a dialogue scene.It can be used as an intro,outro,long,slow shot panning soundtrack of the movie,for example,camera following a character walking through a deserted city with nobody in it - lasting good 2 minutes.It should NEVER be used in a dialogue.Dialogue soundtrack should be based on soft pads,or as I like to call them "carpets" - emotion depending on it's key and softness,not rhythm.
But thank you for your review,you can check the 2.0 version on my profile,a bit more melodic and heavy :)


Rated 2 / 5 stars

no sorry it was a good try tho

StalkerJack responds:

Your review is utterly pointless and useless.
What don't you like?Tell me.

BTW,by looking at your profile I can see that you are a 12 year old child abusing the ART section.
I'm not taking anything of yours for granted,you probably didn't even listen to the whole thing.