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Post#52 » Wed 14 Sep, 2016 10:55 pm

Here are mine.

For me everyone of them they culminate all the feelings, characters and the settings in one song.





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Post#53 » Wed 21 Sep, 2016 2:32 pm

<3
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Post#54 » Tue 27 Sep, 2016 6:10 pm

With my new DAC just arrived, I wanna take this chance to post.
First of all, welcome Schiit Bifrost Multibit, and may you stay here for a long time :bouncy:
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Back to topic :)
I see a lot of great music - but I miss a little bit of information from your end.
This thread should not succumb to a "post music" thread, like the Music Thread.

As described in my first post:
void wrote:I would also love to hear of why you think that this is a particular memorable track!
This can be in terms of the moment the track played, or a private reason as well!


Give me/us a bit more information of why this track is interesting in particular.
What about the artist/composer?

You can also present music from series, films, anime or any other medium worthy.

So please, don't just post a song and thats it!


Lets move to John Powell, as I currently listen to his great score of How to Train Your Dragon
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I love this score probably as much as I adore the film itself.
It is a lovely journey and I always have to shed a tear for Forbidden Friendship as it is just a great scene and the music just nails the theme completely.


I had the pleasure to be present at the 2011th gala of Hollywood in Vienna, where they awarded Alan Silvestry.
One part of the gala was a few music pieces from How to Train Your Dragon, which was just amazing!

Such live music is just breathtaking!

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Post#55 » Thu 29 Sep, 2016 2:43 pm

Nyles wrote:It's 2035. The game offers modern tech and I don't really want to take that out. It is not Cold War, it is the near future.

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Post#56 » Thu 29 Sep, 2016 2:55 pm

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Unix Time wrote:On 4 December 292,277,026,596 64-bit versions of the Unix time stamp would cease to work. This is not anticipated to pose a problem, as this is longer than the time it would take the Sun to expand to a red giant and swallow the Earth.

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Post#57 » Thu 29 Sep, 2016 4:10 pm



Once upon a Time i played a Game in Closed Beta and was addicted on it and it was the Time where an Maus,T30 or Is-7 was the Top Tier Tanks........ :mecry:
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Post#58 » Sat 15 Oct, 2016 2:33 pm

Another masterpiece from Hans Zimmer
Very Powerful


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Post#59 » Wed 19 Oct, 2016 9:50 pm

GiPPO wrote:Marcin Przybyłowicz - The Fields of Ard Skellig


I could just post all of the Witcher 3 (+expansion) soundtracks, they are just simply awesome. So does the game. :)

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why is it good? It's just different from the "mainstream" soundtracks, it just fits the whole game, the lore, the environment, it's more European. Both the ones which use an existing folk music as a base or the fully original ones, they are just goddamn right.

You can first hear this one when you arrive to the beautiful island -Ard Skellig. :bouncy:


So bad that this Soundtrack was not included in the Soundtrack CD - God i love never want to quit the Battle when this Sounds appear :D





And the Battle movement of Geralt so epic looking then - NV Hairworks Rules :)
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Post#60 » Wed 19 Oct, 2016 10:00 pm

Oh yeah, I discovered them as well! Especially these two!!
I never forget when I had an epic fight harpies (or sirens?) and SKELLIGE COMBAT 14 started up. (too bad they don't have real names :mecry: )
"If It Isn't Documented, It Doesn't Exist"

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Post#61 » Thu 20 Oct, 2016 10:21 pm

I don´t think that this need an explanation :bouncy:




But if you want to know why then just watch the beginning Scene again :

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Post#62 » Sat 22 Oct, 2016 5:11 pm

Ones upon a time an Westwood Studios with his RTS exists:



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Post#63 » Mon 31 Oct, 2016 9:59 pm

When Muslims and the Middle East was not Terrorists...

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Post#64 » Thu 03 Nov, 2016 10:58 am

This game has really epic soundtrack.


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Post#65 » Thu 03 Nov, 2016 5:29 pm



USAS was my favourite Weapon but everything has gone when i learned what "Rainbow" really means :

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Post#66 » Thu 03 Nov, 2016 7:29 pm

I don't play ace combat games but happened to play Assault Horizon some time ago.Despite what the fans said the gameplay was smooth and you felt tension all the time.Except the helicopter parts whitch were not so good.Storytelling was good keeping you on the edge but the story itself was just another US-good guys vs Russians-bad guys typical BS.
But the thing that still in my head is the music.Not all tracks are hard-rock battle themes,there is a track for every occasion.It's something i would like to use in an air operation in ArmA.
Just amazing!



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbapsli9er8&list=PLEF3B4C0F86B1F9C4

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Post#67 » Thu 03 Nov, 2016 7:59 pm



When you play as an Austrian Hussar and punish the French Lancers with your Saber and then you take an Musket from the Ground after your Horse Died and kill another Lancer with your Bajonet on your Musket - Hell Yeah i don´t touch the game cuz it will be bann me again in his Greatness :D
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Post#68 » Fri 04 Nov, 2016 10:59 am

OMG this just came up on my mind, I've played it during 1997-1998, this game was AHEAD of its time + not to mention its amazing soundtrack.


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Post#69 » Sat 11 Mar, 2017 1:06 am



Thanks Django Unchained that reminded this Movie where an Child Squad sabotaging the Wehrmacht (Too funny) but the Soundtrack is of course Great.
Nyles wrote:It's 2035. The game offers modern tech and I don't really want to take that out. It is not Cold War, it is the near future.

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Post#70 » Wed 05 Apr, 2017 12:43 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Nf2y-JF7Rg

Torchlight II - The Mapworks this game has a special place in my heart for no apparent reason, I just loved it and the music is great!

(Composed by Matt Uelmen)

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Post#71 » Thu 01 Jun, 2017 7:34 pm

Almost forgot this masterpiece
"If It Isn't Documented, It Doesn't Exist"

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Post#72 » Wed 14 Jun, 2017 12:04 pm

Powerful,like the movie...and i'm not even a religious man.


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Post#73 » Sun 04 Mar, 2018 8:51 pm



i watched the series a while ago, and something reminded me me of it again, so i thought i should share this, before i forget it again.
dark and menacing sound
Anime is mystery/gore. it can be hard making it to the end, but i think it's worth it.

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Post#74 » Sun 04 Mar, 2018 10:26 pm

HaseDesTodes wrote:i watched the series a while ago, and something reminded me me of it again, so i thought i should share this, before i forget it again.
dark and menacing sound
Anime is mystery/gore. it can be hard making it to the end, but i think it's worth it.

Something like from Godfather or James Bond, barely associating with anime in my head.. Is it good, What is it about?

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