I never imagined how Adeimus would sound slowed down so much. It sounds very appropriately regal. The only reason I give 9/10 was because the drums were a bit repetetive, and you didn't really do anything new with the actual song (no new harmonies or tunes that really stood out). But superb job otherwise!
I do recognise this, is it Songs of Sancturary?? well anyway, i like it but i think to give it its full effect you should slow it in the middle, well thats just my opinion
Adiemus, revised by me.
Its been some time Bosa
Its been quite long since i have commented your work,so here i am by the instruments your using its sounds pretty royal....somehow it reminds me of war,well like always Bosa your work is unbelivable keep your work up and DEATH to the zerovoters!
Lets begin our review by analysing mood and atmosphere.
The mood is very triumphant, very noble. As the description says, it makes me think of a great warlord in his tent, a single ray of light shining on his bloody crown, his dented, chipped, blade leavning against his throne. His gaurds hate him, but dare not protest, unless they wish to know the full fury of his blade.
The great timpini and percussional works really was what made this song the way it is.
I know of a song from Enya called Adiemus, this song reminds me of that, but in honesty, it doesn't sound half as noble as this.
Lets talk a bit about instruments and melody.
The melody is quite fine, however i'm not going to comment too much on that because I feel the influence of Adiemus is very great in this song, so i'm going to go straight to the instruments.
This is where you made the biggest difference. Those string placements, those brass, all of it screams a different story then Adiemus, and all of it forms a different image entirely. I really liked the timpini work as stated earlier, it really gives it a bulk feeling, of nobility. I suppose I learned something else today!
Some ideas (now bear in mind i'm using headphones which can't handle bass very well so the melody is a tad muffled by the bass i'm hearing now, so i'll try to suggest things that will make sense).
I wonder if you layered a flute melody on top of the melody you have going now, or with it, if it would have made a neat addition. I'm thinking tin whistle, or panflute, those woodwinds to be more precise.
Bells, I really think with such nobility feel, you need the noble bells to go with it, the epic cream on all the epic cakes.
Out of PURE curiousity, have you ever considered an organ? I wonder what would happen to the songs feel if you had an organ going off instead of that brass. It would sound so much... darker? Who knows, just ideas.
Other then that, I can't really think of anything. Keep the spirit strong, your chin up, and keep them coming! Good stuff Bosa. Once again you did not disapoint. I'd like you to listen to a few pieces under this alias I posted, it's some of my best work yet, thank you for your time.
Indeed, there is always room for ideas. Maybe I will add a tin whistle in my next track. Especially since I have somebody who can play one well. An expert if you will.. Anyways, I may just have a peep at your music.
Its been a while since ive heard some good classical music. It sounds really awsome. What program do you use?- nvm... This seems like it yould take about 3 months to make... 5/5 from me...
Its so realaxing....
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.