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Jan 20, 2014 | 5:05 PM EST
File Info
9 MB
3 min 55 sec
4.19 / 5.00

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Rated 4.19 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This is a trailer/cinematic piece I composed. Enjoy

You can find this and other tracks of mine at my channel at



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really got into this piece. Like wow. At first my attention wasn't fully there, but once it hit that 1:14 mark and the awesome violin/fiddle part came in, you had my full attention. Really awesome lead melody, it really captured a somewhat mystical feeling, which gave the song a really cool feeling. The percussion was super on point too. I liked the accentuated hats at certain parts to give the song a nice flowing rhythm. All in all, I feel the intro may have been a little too long, but at the same time it did build up pretty nicely. But that would really be my only criticism, the rest of the song was really well put together, and was a very enjoyable listen :)

nmarnson responds:

Thank you. I worked hard on it, changing this, throwing out that. I really liked you r schon piece as well.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It's kinda slow for my tastes but the instruments are great. The story was there but I peaced it together at the end. Great work.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very nice work, I too am trying to compose cinematic songs (im kinda jealous now haha). You have the 'depth' in your song like an actual movie score. May I ask what program you are using because I am stuck with garageband :(

5 star score/song :D


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Okay, this trace is fantastic. I love the theme that starts at 1:14. I would love for you to take the Fiddle track and make a reprise that is just this without the grandeur of the brass behind it. That would allow the track to be used for the first time we meet the hero but before they receive their call.

nmarnson responds:

thats an interesting point. Someimtes I'm alittle unsure about leaving instruments by themselves. I'll keep your comment in mind.