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Dream_Craft says

-“This is the masterpiece of our sypmphonic compositions like Hollywood sountracks.” ? Seriously? This is a nice track, but not even close to the Legend himself-

I’ve never said “I am a legend like JW” :) And yes, this is the masterpiece of OUR WORKS :) Because I did not composed a better track yet :)

No one be JW, the is the one and the best I think.

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RomanosMusic says

Awesome track. Love that brass section.

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Dream_Craft says

I’m glad to hear that :) Thank you and I’ll be watching you ;)

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OnSale says

Creartic: we’ve all been through that moment in life when we feel so proud of our artistic achievement that we tend to over-flatter ourselves. It’s natural. Now, next year I will make a decade of composing/producing music, and I remember “in the beginning” (there was light) of code naming my tracks with grandeur heavyweight titles such as “Lord of the Strings”, although there was one string-pad track with some basic harmony thrown in and it was astronomical units away from what a baby version of Howard Shore would write (he wrote 10 friggin’ epic hours of music for the trilogy). Amusing, isn’t it?

I believe that the role of a more experienced musician should be to encourage where there is room for encouragement and leave personal taste aside (by personal taste I mean the act of creation itself, the composition per se). Any artist will improve by him/herself as long as hubris is left out of the equation.

But we all have the right to look up to legends and try to emulate them, even if its something as humbling as a track title or description.

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