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With this new composition we continue our music collaboration that did justice to itself in our past projects such as "Everything We Stand For" and "Mountains of Gold".

Some people compose music having great passion for the sound of electric guitars, some people have the talent to play them. As the result, "Combat" combines symphonic orchestra, epic percussion and heavy riffs. The mixture is ready for you to check it out, rate it and share your impressions, suggestions and criticism below!

DAW: Fl Studio 10
Libraries: EWQLSO: Strings, Percussion, Brass, Woodwinds; Stormdrum; Tonehammer Epic Toms

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Very good song, you nailed the combat feel when things are going ok-ish for the good guys.

Great song, I have to say. It really has that Combat feel to it.
It seemed a tad bit short to me, but that's probably just because it's a real upbeat song that goes by quick.
It was a fantastic mash-up you had going here in this collaboration, and I really liked how it started strong right off the bat. It really gets the pumped up feel.
Keep up the good work, if you continue in the future.


xIIInon responds:

We will certainly continue producing music! Thank you for your kind words!

EPIC! I must say your collaborations are all fantastic, some of my all-time favorites!

xIIInon responds:

Thanks a lot! That's because Nick is a kick-ass guitarist!

Oh...missed this one. It was showing as deleted in notification.
As usual a good piece to listen. Too much going on. I like the guitar baseline and evolving melody. The cinematic feel is at its utmost. Can be incorporated in any action, thriller movie/game ads. However, its a bit heavy to me as it is overpowered by guitar lines. Nevertheless, again great piece.

Once again, wonderful piece. I don't think I can say much about this one, as I'm not a musician myself and the only thing that really bothered me was that the intro felt almost too heavy. But it definitely sucks you into the song and prepares you for what's to come; which is an awesome piece that, as the person below said, very much reminds me of Two Steps from Hell -- which is one of my main inspirations of drawing the more serious works that I do.

I can definitely see this being used in a commercial, though. I'm almost tempted to ask you if I can animate something to it; under the right credits and licenses of course. c:

xIIInon responds:

Yes, you can! Seriously, thank you so much for your reviews and I think after all what's the point of cinematic music if there are no visuals? PM me to discuss the details! Speaking of the intro, I should say that it's quite an old project and I listened to it so many times that evidently lost the sense of proportion...

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4.97 / 5.00

Apr 28, 2013
4:55 PM EDT
File Info
3.3 MB
1 min 28 sec

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