Reviews for "Battle of Supremacy"


It was very well constructed, I think. The dynamics you added in the strings at the beginning was well placed, however the tech-music that followed afterward was ill in a sense.

Of course, it is just my own personal opinion, but I think adding a less fast paced beat into the track would have made it easier to listen and follow with, although beats in classical music is definitely not required. It was a good first attempt, and very close to what I first created in the Classical genre. You've done well for yourself, and I sure hope to hear more of this genre from you. It would be a great shame if you decided to give up on this genre.


Not bad, but wrong category

Sorry, but it's the truth. Except for the snare entrance and the strings theme, this has nothing to do with classical music.

I understand that this is your first attempt with this kind of music, but you should try hearing other songs from the same category you're about to submit it to, just to see if it really is the right one.

Other than that, the song has a nice progression into it, but near the end, it stops to change and the theme gets a bit repetitive, wich, after a few listens, gets pretty anoying.

Think about changing that, put an ending and submit it in the good category next time and you're sure to get much better reviews!


Samuel H├ębert

uhm, good i guess

it isn't bad, but it also isn't my particular cup of tea. i guess i gave you a fair rating, keep it up or something.

masterhappyboy responds:

no problem sir!
thanks for that! :)


This isn't classical music, but rather falls into the sub genre that could be called "electronic/classical", evoking Craig Armstrong, E.S. Posthumus, Propellorheads (a couple of their well-known songs), or even Juno Reactor vs. Don Davis.

Try the main string melody at a slower tempo, and expunge the drum & bass beat completely. Then try adding brass and woodwind instrument sections.

It takes a lot of guts to try a new genre that you haven't done before. Keep up the good effort! :D


I do enjoy the interesting way you pieced together all the tracks here, but I'm afraid I cannot fully appreciate this compilation because several of those loops aren't yours. Add more of your own Imagination.

Anyways, I find the drums a bit throwing off the classical, as many of the other reviewers claim. However, Perhaps lessening the drums and putting them more into the background may give it more of an ambiance. Let the strings have more sound while the drums are the accompaniment.

masterhappyboy responds:

sorry dude. i can't play violin, cello, bass, and mix a drum n bass beat in my own fingers so i just used a software to arrange the stuff.

and i appreciate if you've mentioned which genre should i put this..

thank you very much for your comment