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The Last Dragoons of Aurök

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A Skyrim-inspired orchestral piece that I wrote for The MetaVillains podcast channel.

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I love the drama and the punchy vocals. The brass is a nice complement to the vocals while the vocals are at peak intensity. Love the thick texture and bite of the rhythm. The bridge at 1:20 was a great touch too. Production quality is solid as well. I guess my only complaint is that the percussion could've come through better in the mix, but I certainly think that the vocals deserved to be the center of attention. Keep up the fabulous work, Jacob!

Incredible stuff, and your inpiration rings very clear through this track, despite its originality!

Did someone say Skyrim?

I need a sword and a mount now.

Holyshit you are back :OOOOOO. Another GREAT FUCKING TRACK as usual. I'm still amazed how you managed to do all that with only EWQL stuff. Really gave the nod to Jeremy Soule music. :3

The last two sections were magnificent treats yo! Damn I missed your collab with SoundChris... (sniff, i'd pay to have you guys back right now). The quality of the contents here are top-notch and professional as usual. This can be passed as triple A movie and trailer stuff.

Fans-fucking-tastic work dude! :D

JacobCadmus responds:

Thanks for the kind words! This piece is actually a mix of different VIs; that other one I did with only EWQL was just a one-off experiment, haha.

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