Awesome music.... :D
Yet, I can't comprehend the level of inspiration. It is a very emotional tune and soothing. It is both invigorating and pacifying. As if to say, "Cheer up, look at all the good things you have."
you should totally do videogame music!
you're even better than grant kirkhope!!1
ZOIDS: Geneaux EP 1 summary, review included.
Again, masterful work, it again reminds me of the story of my character, Geneaux.
Start: The pilot, after opening a pile of ruins, runs inside to see what prizes it holds, when, lo and behold! He spies a large zoid inside, the appearance was that of a Liger-- no... The appearance of the Liger Zero chassis had been heavily modified, the mechanics more complex, the armor looked more fluid and alive. It was by no means appearing as if it was junk, but the layers of dust on it were a sign of the hundreds of thousands of years that it sat here. The dust was so thick that he could not blow it all off, or so he thought. Suddenly, the eyes of the zoid lit up sapphire blue, then it would turn to look at him. "What are you!?!?" the pilot would exclaim. The Zoid would speak with a definite feminine voice, "I am Geneaux, LZG-001. Who are you?" it, no, she would say.
The pilot was now very confused as to what she could be, LZG-001 did not exist in any of the known Zoid databases, and it did not look like anything he had ever seen before... He figured it was an ancient Zoid, and it was a treasure too great to ignore. "My name is Davin, Davin Brenhearth." the pilot would say, smiling warmly. She would open her cockpit to him, as well as saying, "Davin, you have been chosen, you may not know this, but you are one of the descendants of my people, I sense vibes in you that transcend the existances of normal humans."
This phrase would echo throughout Davin's mind before he got up the nerve to step in as the canopy shut over him.
Very deep, love the Cello in the beginning
distracts from the dull real world. Gives a sense of wonder and of slight regret. What is that sound that I hear almost like a bell? in the first minute, it plays on the accented top notes of the supporting line.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.