This song fully expresses Banox in his glory days. It gives insight into how Banox felt as an exalted hero, and how the world in my novels see him. A truly epic piece.
This so poignantly captures the character whom it's written for. It is uplifting and spiritual. It also has a certain sense of sadness to it which corresponds with her fate by the end of the series.
When'd you upload this without telling me??? This has a much much leaner sound than the old version! Great to see you getting use out of the full version.
I'm impressed yet again. You've written a masterpiece to rival still blastin'.
Haha wow, you think so? Thanks a lot! <3
Oh crapping blast!
I normally wouldn't believe that you played this live, but I saw you do this on youtube, if I remember correctly. This has inspired me. I'm not that great at guitar, but I know a few VG songs on it, so I'm going to record those soon and upload them here.
Yay! GS Lost Age
Because of the epicness of the game you got this song from, it is a bit difficult to comment on your song instead of the game, but that is what I will try to do :) The instrument choices sound cleaner than the original song but otherwise it is very true to the original. It's kinda hard to tamper with a song this complex, I would assume which is why it is so close. Even though it's not too original, the cleaner instruments really set it apart. Also, is it just me, or did you slow the song down?
I think I'll re-upload this at some point try to make it sound better. Tempo's about the same.
Anyway, GS is great. Glad to meet another fan! :3
I really like the elements of classical music that you weaved into the piece. To me, it seems that video game music can take on elements from most genres without becoming that genre. Unfortunately, video game music is starting to evolve into almost only rock and techno, so it's great that we still have people like you still using classical elements!
I like the trumpet.
I like some of your instrument choices and some of the other decisions that you made. I'm not really sure how I felt about the voices at one point or the long dreadful silence. To me, near silence means that you think we don't want to hear your music which is false.
I think this beats the original!
I like the sticcato notes you have at the beginning and the just plain upbeat that carries through the entire song.
Comparison with the original
Nobody else here will have heard the original, so this comparison doesn't mean much for them. I like your beginning better than the one in the original piece, however he has you beat by far on both the transition and the quality of the main melody.
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