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Feb 1, 2007 | 3:56 PM EST
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2.4 MB
2 min 38 sec
4.11 / 5.00

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Demo MenuMusic for "The Wulfpack" The unkillable spirit known only as "The Dead's Witness"



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Unto the bard who fights.

Marvelous indeed. If only there was something to improve on and the actual reviews wouldst be worth reading. and yet! a warrior with a sword on back and pen in pocket, i must iterate my story unto this.

Standing alone on the end of a cliff, the heavily scarred warrior looks down at the burning village, his eyes wide with horror. His heart fell heavy with grief and pain, it seemed to fill with lead with every second that passed. He lifts his bloody hands and looks upon them in more pain and fear. they all had perished, a death brought unto them by he, a man who had loved them, who had grown with them. what was behind him that compelled his body to destroy his only home. the spirits encircled him, like twilight ghosts floating in front of him. Men and women... children... all destroyed. he gripped his face as tears strewn down it. he fell to his knees and screamed a horrible pain that shot through the dark fog like a banshee song. his family killed by his own hands. but twas not his will that did it. he finally arose among his place at the cliffs edge and threw his armor and axe off the cliff into the freshly burning village. and unto the world he vowed, to repent for his sin and to find who was responsible for causing it...

I hope thou dost enjoy the story Maestro!

MaestroRage responds:

A dark and twisted tale that is for sure. The man who loved them destroyed them all, more then likely during a time he was outside of his own control.

A great part of this story that I did enjoy was the descriptive nature of it.

"he gripped his face as tears strewn down it. he fell to his knees and screamed a horrible pain that shot through the dark fog like a banshee song."

I must congratulate you my good sir, it is a great segment that sent shivers down my spine. Such pain, well written.

Now I begin to wonder who made him do this, and for what reason... and if he was able to take him over like this before, with what hope does this man walk into the world to try and find the villain.

Such a horrible position to be in, I hope that if you should continue this story, things work out, as it seems right now, I am not seeing any bright days ahead.

Thank you for the review Orson, as usual I enjoyed reading the story, I am glad you liked the piece.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

"An interesting work of art Maestro!"

You don't hear much of this type of classical in Iran, it was very enjoyable, and i just love it when you use my favorite instrument. The Violin! I must say, what software do you use sir? Because the sound that comes out of your music is unbelievable, for the system i use was made by a Parsee (Which means pure persian) Note: When i message you, you don't seem to read your messages, or maybe that you have PM for friends only? Well i have a new song if you would like to hear it, keep up the good work maestro your doing a fascinating job!

MaestroRage responds:

Oh no, please don't think I don't pm you! Truth is I read all my messages at school and I don't have time to write responses there, so I have to wait until I get home. Because of that I will usually forget if I have already responded to a pm or not! It happens a lot and I cause a lot of people grief for my forgetfulness!

I apologize if I made you think otherwise. I'll drop by your page as soon as I find my earphones! I'll go and respond to the pm's I did not respond to.

Once again sorry X(! Thank you for the review by the way, i'm glad you liked it, i'll tell you my setup via pm as well.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very nice, glad to include it!

Hey Maestro

I apologise if this is a short one, I got a fair few to hand out, as promised.

As ever it's another epic piece from you, it's another fine example of your work.

I like the mood changes that occur in this, starting out dark and mysterious and gradually moving towards a calmer moment in the piece.

I think I would say, the drums in this get a little hectic, there's too much of them, almost overshadowing the music that's flowing. I often never find a fault in your music, but I felt the drums were just a little too much.

Nonetheless still an awesome piece, I can hear what you were aiming for with the drums.

Great work

5/5 and a download too :)

Peace Out!


MaestroRage responds:

hmm, I really wonder why these drums seem to fluctuate in volume so much. You see when I create my audio I always use headphones, average run of the mill headphones like everybody else so that I can predict somewhat accurately what it would sound like for everybody. It seems however that this fails at times, because these headphones do not convey bass properly, as most mediocre headphones would do.

Sadly it seems that means the bass levels are escaping my detection from time to time.

Oh well, I guess I'll have to get good earphones, or figure something out, perhaps apply a filter? Not sure.

In any case, thank you for the review Stealth, i'm glad you liked it ^^.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

i wish i could write you an elaborate review..

But this piece has left me absolutely breathless.

If we had more time I would have loved to learn from you, but in a world where time is restricted it sadly cant be so :( I would like to know however, just exactly did you use for this Insanely beautiful track??!


*dear god this is beautiful....*

MaestroRage responds:

If only we could all live in a world where only our interests were the things we would spend our time on, but like you said, life does not bring you a cup of sugar without a pint of salt on the side. For whats it's worth i'm always ready to help you should you want it!

East West RA
East West Gold
East West Collossus

large monstrosities these things are.

Thank you for the review Languid, i'm glad you liked it ^^.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well, I have time. (Not really.)

I should be doing homework now... how irresponsible I am. =P I'll review this anyway.

It starts out nicely... your drums give the song nice atmosphere - I especially like how you get the crowd to shout different things every time... well, maybe it's only two "words," anyway, which is okay.

Woah... what's that effect there? Doesn't sound orchestral but it sure sounds awesome. Gaah, I don't know what it's called... it goes, "chaah" or something like that and plays now and then. I really like that, it fits very nicely.

It definitely tells a story... you do a great job of getting that feeling in this song. Once I'm done looking at the technical crannies of this song I'll replay it and give you mine.

Your instruments, as always, are well-chosen. No suggestions this time. They're all clear and easy to hear, which is good.

Overall a great song... I should have gotten around to reviewing it earlier, it's good. Just wait until you see the story I have for you. I've voted 5, and downloaded it. I've reviewed 10, too - I honestly can't see why any of the 5 scores deserve less, which means a lot. Great job.

All right... storytime.

Sunrise. An army on the horizon... hold that thought, my image just changed to sunset.

Sunset. An army on the horizon, the sky blood-red and wavering behind them. The sky is cloudless. They walk on an enormous, battle-scarred plain.

The war is over already, the fight won, all is peaceful - but those born to fight knowing nothing else now have nowhere left to go, nothing left to do. They roam miles away from the city, longing for the energy, the passion, the excitement they seek and experience in battle. They will not get it.

As the sky darkens, they march on. They keep walking even though the sun has set on another day, and on their purpose of life. It's nighttime. The moon rises.

Wow, this was one of my better stories in a while. Symbolic in quite a few ways. I'm fairly proud of this... what do you think? Hope you enjoyed this review. Keep submitting... I hope I won't miss your next submission so badly like I missed this one. XD

MaestroRage responds:

I do believe you've written quite a story here Karco ;). It is indeed quite symbolic, my favorite being the nighttime that has shrouded over the fighters as they live in every bodies dream, which is their nightmare.

A time for peace.

You have done well with the story congratulations, i'm glad you were able to knit it together :D.

The instruments were infact changed a lot during it's construction, and the final product doesn't have the violin playing such a crucial role, and a panflute took over much over the lead, hopefully one day I can show you all!

I will definitely keep submitting, thank you for the review, i'm glad you liked it ^^.