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Mar 11, 2007 | 6:38 PM EDT
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3.6 MB
4 min 30 sec
4.05 / 5.00

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The remake of my old popular song, FFIII inspired, can you hear the cavalry and swordplay?



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Like the Big Climax...

It's like that amazing part in an epic story (Final Fantasy-ish, as you aptly intended) where all the characters come together on one last stage to duke it out.
...For great justice and whatnot.
I see so much potential for this in an actual video game or, if remastered, a movie.
10/10, 5/5. Do want.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This makes me want to go out and fight and i can image the fights in my head keep up the good work


Rated 5 / 5 stars


best fight song eaver, i eaver herd in my life!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Lively and energetic

Wow! Where have you been? This is such a good piece I almost gave you a 10. Very nice layering of phrases and a nice set of drums! There are some transitions that didnt quite cut it, and some sloppy phrases that STICKS OUT in the morely exposed section. When the drums start rolling and the song start spinning, everything sounds so amazing, professional. The pieces really fit together in this song, but the pieces alone lacks quality. Nice Job!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

i liked it

From one orchestrater to another, nice job man!
I like the music, the sounds were pretty good (Garritan, Sibelius, finale?). This song really tells a story, which is hard to come by on this site. The only complaint I would have is the Clarity.
During much of the song there was a lot going on, and the sounds tend to clash (besides the percussion, that was sweet!).
Are you panning the instruments in all directions? That is a trick I've learned, make sure every instrument is at a different pan level.
(i.e. Trumpets +30 L, Trombones +30 R, Percussion 0, violins +15 R etc. etc.). Sometimes I couldn't really tell what was going on where, but maybe that's what you were going for.
I am a very strict reviewer, and this is one of few songs I rate above a 6. So feel privilaged!!! I rate a 5/5 for the effort and the story you put into this piece. My favorite of yours hands down!!
Great work!
(p.s. could you rate and review some of my orchestrations? They are pretty short but I would appreciate your feedback!)

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