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@ 0:48 -- increase the volume of that piano! Just disable the reverb on it at that point!

The reverse fx near the end really makes the track unique. I may steal some of your ideas o.o

bassfiddlejones responds:

King Bosa! I shall take your advice once I have time to polish up the track. I'm glad you enjoyed the reverse fx - it's actually the last piano part reversed and laid twice over the part playing forward in real time - thought it would be a neat way to signify the "death" part. You are always more than welcome to steal my ideas - 'tis an honor!

I love the sound of this. I just wish the lead was a little less 'outspoken.' I may create an orchestral style piece similar to this someday.

DjSkyFall responds:

Hmm a different sound for the lead could make that difference, but im really glad you liked the track!

Good structure, mate. This was good, I would just suggest you work a little on your vocal range and make sure your harmony is the correct pitch.

Very good!

Charmanzer responds:

thanks man, i didn't do the singing I only did the music :-)

Harmony that leaves me speechless. Wow, now I see why you are the best; the greatest on Newgrounds.

My soft heart says (in prayer): "I need to marry somebody who has talents like yours."

headphoamz responds:

Aww, thanks Bosa! I think you might be emphasizing just a tad, but I appreciate it all the same. :D

Not bad, sir. I cannot wait until we collaborate to create a stunning fantasy piece.

samulis responds:


Wait, wasn't that "Claudius"? Or do you mean another one?

Old man Crinklelimpskin, you're at it again! I hope you and your band will perform at my next party.

samulis responds:

my one-man band that is. ;)

The lead instrument almost sounds like a dark carnival, but I can also see why you chose the title. I like the string staccatos, although somewhat repetitive you did a good job keeping the song intriguing. I could hear a flute instrument in the background which added extra filling to the mix, so I can honestly say that you are on the right start. It is always good to add extra things here in there to give your song a unique sound.

I applaud your good work.

Azrael626 responds:

I greatly appreciate your review, and I will strive to make my songs less repetitive in the future.

I enjoyed the vocal harmonies at the end -- truly angelic. However, the percussion was a little basic and there was a wee bit too much bass with the kick.

I am not sure why you chose the title that you did, but regardless you have created quite an excellent track. It sounds and even feels heroic to some degree and builds up anticipation.

Bardash responds:

Thank you for your review!

Basically I chose the title due to the inspiration I received for this track. Ultimately the anticipation and heroic feel you mention follows the theological beliefs that I hold.

I have been listening to this track quite a few times as I drive to work each day, and I am thinking of revisiting the percussion in the final climatic part of the composition.

Thank you again for listening!

Merry Christmas and good tidings and good wishes; being full of good cheer.

Why didn't you write this for the Polar Express?

Very nice, sir! I definitely enjoyed this one! I could hear this in a video game.

The best looking composer online.

Jon Babb @Bosa

30, Male

Elementary Teacher

Liberty University

Monterey, California

Joined on 12/19/04

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