Temple Of The Anvil

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Temple of the anvil:

In the most sacred of all the Dwarven temples they have a mighty anvil which used together with their smithing skills can create the most powerful weapons and armor.
The anvil is praised by the Dwarves and only the most skilled are given the privilege to use it. The Anvil is indestructible and it was found deep in the earth. No one knows who actually made it but it is believed to be a gift from the gods themselves and only the Dwarves have the skill and knowledge to tap into its vast powers. The anvil is named SoulSteel, aka the holy anvil or the anvil of sound, some even speculate that it is alive. Every time someone uses it a mighty song appears from the anvil and fills the halls and the better the smith is the louder the song becomes.


Hey Doom, epic piece! It really emulates a toiling, underground scene filled with steam pouring from endless furnaces, dwarven mechanisms and blacksmiths crafting away. That prolonged call at 0:35 induced shivers, and I like the way the track deepens and the 'clanking hammer' effect rhythmically connects with it at the same time. This piece, basically, is assembled beautifully!
I'm aspiring to develop games and work with games technology in the future, and you can bet that I'll keep this inspiration in mind when I want a soundspace for my future project. Keep up your music! :D

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TheDoomrider responds:

Thanx PA! I appreciate your words and hope you will make some awesome games YEAH!

This blew me up man! i really like it.
The only thing i would change would be the sound when the hammer hits the anvil, i would have make it deeper.
keep up the good work man!

TheDoomrider responds:

Thanx man! And I will keep it up FOREVER! ;)

Good piece, very dwarven feel! But I think maybe the vocals on 0:35 are a little too loud? Well, I can see it as a faction theme in a video game. The description helps to immerse in the atmosphere even deeper.

TheDoomrider responds:

Glad you enjoyed it, the vocals are as I wanted them to be as a tension build from soft to loud giving it more dynamic.

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4.37 / 5.00

May 8, 2013
12:06 PM EDT
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5.1 MB
2 min 51 sec

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