Interesting. I love the length. It's all I can say.
I'd give it a 9/10, But it sort of lost its picture 1/2 ways through the song, past 4:05, somewhere past that part. Before then, I was thinking of a plotline of myine in a RP place =D
I'm listening to your stuff for about 2 hours right now, some are really nice, others can be a bit improved and one thing nice is that we can quickly recognize your style. You're making music with personnality (And a lot of NG users should take example from you).
If I was a great flash creator, I would like to use this song for a masterpiece. BTW I'm not enough great to use this music right now. Maybe in several months ^^ maybe later, maybe never. BTW I encourage any great flash artist to dl your song and make a movie with it.
And to finish my review, you know, anybody doesn't "see" the same thing than you, so don't be rude if the result (if it arrives one day) isn't what you've expected! ^^
Hm.. I'm taking your words in to consideration. I was actually expecting a lot in this song, but I suppose patience is the key to success here.
Great horror/thriller piece
Now you're a fast composer Bosa! There's a new track from you in almost every 3-4 days. "A Dream and Troubles" was not really a good track in my eyes but with this one... you hit a nail with it in me.
Haunting and scary opening - fantastic. Absolutely set the mood of the track. These kind of horror-themed tracks are reminding me really of Christopher Young's music. If you're interested in these kind of music, check out Christopher Young's score of "The Excorcism of Emily Rose" or Christopher Gordons score for "Salem's Lot" - you'd like them thats for sure.
But to the track: again with the sudden changes - the pizzicatos are came in to suddenly. But the marcato strings were great. I'd suggest to add some crasy brass to it with some deep trombones. They'll be a killer.
The slow string parts were rather scary - like something would happen now. Great job with them. The choir was also great.
The part that started with the drums: well placed, it fits greatly to the composition - no sudden start in this time, and finally the brass came in. I wish if it would last a bit longer or you would expand it more longer to an orchestral madness of full charge. It'd be a monstreous one.
The solo string part was strange - I think the bongo drums were a little wrong in mood and a bit too loud in volume. But otherwise the instruments and especially that female voice was awesome.
The sudden change to the pizzicato strings and these drums in the end were disturbing me to enjoy this greatly atmospheric track. Otherwise: brilliant. I think you should work a bit longer on your tracks. But no question great work!
Congratulations and keep up your great work!
I guess you didn't catch it, but the last part was meant to be an arabic styled piece. The Bosanians finsd Sil, and attempt to conquer it, yet fall victim to darklife and are defeated. Which leads to "Fall of the Bosanians" a track I submitted a while back. My next piece will be the battle of sil, and I hope you enjoyed this one.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.