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Halindir - Europa II

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Nov 16, 2012 | 5:17 AM EST
File Info
2.4 MB
2 min 37 sec
4.27 / 5.00

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Rated 4.27 / 5 stars
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Author Comments




Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very pretty sounding...

Halindir responds:

Thank you very much, Sir Dimentoes!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yeah cool song man! Personally i like the feeling and flow in this one better than the last one, but both are nice.

About zero bombers; i got a review from a guy who gave me zero because my song was in the wrong genre and he was complaining about people putting "pseudo classical" shit in the ambient portal. So he was voting zero based on what he saw as miss representation. Which i think is a flawed way thinking but anyway that's what he was doing. I think genres exist to help people categorize music, not define what music should be and that's why i disagree with the guy. I think he should have reviewed the song for what it is and then left a note saying it would be better labelled as a different genre. Because having something labelled wrong doesn't effect the quality of the song. But anyway that's the kind of people that are out there.

Halindir responds:

I agree, the transitions on the other one was a bit bad.

Would certainly be swell if peoples voting methodology matched the text on the voting bar


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hey man! Nice track. Sounds really peaceful... Sounds like a person trying to avenge his fathers death by climbing up the mountain where the dojo is so he can learn karate, and then I finally get challenged by my sensai, in which I defeat him in a calm but intense battle. I don't know why this is such a low rating... Nice work man, I can tell you worked hard to make this :D

5/5 star rating!

Halindir responds:

Thank you very much Lord Stunkel, I'm glad to have stirred your imagination :)
And best of luck on your "two songs per week" challenge, I'll be checking them out whenever they pop up.

The reason for the low rating is this recent wave of extreme zero-bombing in the ambient channel. I've tried to counter it as much as I could, by voting my own pieces once every day, though it doesn't seem to help. It's a shame though, when everyones new material gets smashed into the mud.