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Infinite Darkness

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This is a piece that was written for a game, titled "Under the Gun" , and it was written using Platinum, SD, and Choirs. I hope you enjoy it, it also is the start to an entire collection of works. http://www.seanbeeson.com/Infinite%20Darkness.mp3 It is titled "Infinite Darkness" it starts very slowly, and builds, so make sure you listen to the entire piece Thanks for you ears! Sean www.seanbeeson.com [Edited by - Sean R Beeson on July 17, 2005 1:35:10 PM]

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It reminds me of the Pirates of the Caribbean soundtrack -- I love that style [smile] I think you could've brought up the volume on the choir a bit at the end as it's just barely audible, however the composition of the track is amazing and fun to listen to.

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Congratulation! This is an amazing piece of art that you have there.

Putting your song in the background, I picture a scene with a vivid green graveyard full of trees and the sun beans going through them. A woman is slowig walking bringing flowers to her husband's grave. She knees and you see a tear (first 2 min). Then, the scene jumps to his husband fighting. Then back to the woman.

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I really like this, I've probably listed to it at least 8 times since this morning. Nice work! ... (Want to do some free work for my 4e4 entry? :-P He he he)

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