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Combat Chamber Themes

Description:
Well, this is what got it all started (as far as my parents are concerned): The Combat Chamber Theme.

The loop time given works for the original file, but not the others.

Credits:
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Creator: Espilan Added: 05 Dec 2003 Type: MIDI
Rating[?]: Rating: 4.64/5 (13 ratings)
Loop Start: 113 Loop Stop: 307 Downloads: 85
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Wolfo  
Rating: 5/5

Posted 12 January 2011 - 05:26 PM
Theme - A very well structured piece that shows you know how to create memorable melody. Also, it never loses it's momentum and manages to stay interesting the entire time.

Fourth - A little more contained it seems, but still a very outspoken song because of it's rising and falling figures.

Orchestrated - A great rearrangement, maybe a little less strong because of the strange rhythms and slow tempo, but it still has many merits.

CM Remix - This sounds just mediocre to me, but the fact that it's there shows that you meant business with the theme. Totally commendable, dude!
 

nicklegends  
Rating: 5/5

Posted 10 June 2008 - 10:59 AM
Ah, the original music submission. I like it, but frankly, it's nothing compared to the fifth version. (Yes, I know it didn't exist when you submitted this.) This version was too heavy on the melodic instruments--it felt overly mechanical. Still above others' work, though.
 

Legendary_Goriya  
Rating: 5/5

Posted 16 June 2007 - 11:52 AM
The first MIDI uploaded... And it sounds great. Great job, Espilan.
 

Stungun  
Rating: 5/5

Posted 26 September 2006 - 03:02 AM
This song, when I first downloaded it a couple years ago... I listened to the first few seconds and dismissed it because I didn't think it fit. (Go ahead - shoot me.) However, I've long since learned the intro of a song...it's like judging a book by it's cover.

Now that I look back on it, collecting dust in my vastly unused MIDI folder... it's awesome, the original one at least. It's got that awesome feel late into the song. Gripping, one could say.

Right now, I'd rather listen to it than the 1,000+ MP3 files on my HDD.

Original version's best. The others, I don't care too much for. :/ Least there's lots of different versions for 'paralell scenarios'... A song that has different sides to it, each with a different feel... e.g. Aeris's theme from FF7. *Please see CC5 review, too*

All in all, five stars for the original alone. It's the main point anyway.
 

rexlaninetales  
Rating: 5/5

Posted 09 June 2006 - 09:13 AM
CC Theme: I love when the melody picks up in tempo in the beginning, sounds like a harp on my speakers.This song is so multi-usable, It would make an awsome battle music.
CCFourth:A couple of the instruments were screwed up...And I think it has to do with my midi libraryand/or sound card. One of the instruments sounded like a Pizicato/harp hybrid...Another sounded like a musicbox/tuba hubrid And the percussion had a bunch of cow bells were drums were probably intended! Yep, CPU screwed this song up.
CCOrchestrated: Sounds very similar to the one above but the instruements don't sound screwed up. In fact the trumpet/brass/violin hybrid and musicbox/harp hybrid is awsome.Though they're probably entirely different instruments on your midi composer. I still like the Theme the best thus far.
CCCMRemix: Awsome. I think I found a new favorite! Oooh yeah! I love how you picked up this one and added the legato style, which is unique of the 4. Wow! This song is amazing!
 

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