Well, I certainly couldn't really smell the epic that much, but if nothing else, this worked very well as an epic theme.
It turns out epic smells like bacon. Can't say I saw that coming.
*Also, thanks for listening!
That was intense
sent shivers up my spine O.o lol
Thanks! That's kind of what I was going for.
1765 is one of my favorite music periods. It sounds like you put alot of feeling and effort into this song. I like the effects in here, they gives it a kind of hybrid baroque or romantic style. good job on this. 2p
Thanks, I'm glad you appreciate the attention I tried to put into detail here. Thanks for the review!
Darkness Within Light
The beginning shows peaceful tranquil thoughts of a kind of happy town. Then the dark bells begin to toll as shadows come down upon those and when the piano enters it stables a well thought out mini-battle between good and evil. Very good piece, but a little unorganized.
That's quite a bit of imagery you took from this - I'm glad you liked it! Thanks for your review.
Did something happen in 1765 worth knowing? The song starts good, but I think that choir sound was a bit too loud. Once you get to the main part I sense a mini battle. I guess the digital like sounds give the high tech stuff they had back in 1765? Probably lame technology. However when the piano comes in... well no more battle. Sounds quite mellow which contrasts the dark bells. Short and sweet song. You got alot of diversity going on so that's good. I think in this song you used alot more special fx than your other songs. The piano part is probably where the tough composition starts to come. You and I both seem to like chords alot. Yah for chords. Question. Is this how general rock is supposed to sound like? Have fun making music. Bye for now.
1765 is really a pretty arbitrary year, but it's supposed to conjure thoughts of antiquity, and you'll notice it's just a short while after the baroque era.
The special effects obviously aren't supposed to be representative of the time, but you'll notice the choir and their gregorian stlye chanting seem to fit the theme, along with the not-so-counterpuntal piano part.
Personally, I would consider 'classical rock' to be any song that's hybrid of both classical (strings, choir, compositional arrangement) and rock music.
Thank you, as always for your review!
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.