AuroraArt wrote:Ooh, okay. Sorry about that. I thought some people liked Above and Beyond, but oh well...
AuroraArt wrote:I'm a big fan of epic music too.
AuroraArt wrote:Thomas Bergersen:
Someone on Mangafox wrote:majeh was a legendary swordsman...
but i haven't seen him fight with a sword...
all i've ever seen is him bitch-slapping his enemies to submission...
Sonic-ock wrote:Part gorilla dick
AuroraArt wrote:You know... I've noticed that a lot of people like epic music. My little sister and I saw a commercial for Mass Effect 3 of the video game, and she said, "They should make more 3D action movies!" Add a little epic music in there (even if it's Thomas Bergersen's music), and bam! You got an awesome 3D action/adventure movie!
Seven Rain wrote:Wow, this one's pretty awesome. I'll have to try listening to more sometime.
Jops wrote:Well, the track used in the ME3 trailer is actually his.
"Protectors of Earth" by Thomas Bergersen, from the album Legend published by Two Steps From Hell.
Other popular composers on the genre are Mark Petrie and Cliff Lin (who's more industrial rock, tho).
But there's countless others who're not so well known and you only dicover their works trough the companies that publish them:
X-Ray Dog, Brand X Music, Future World Music, PostHaste Music, Immediate Music, Two Steps Form Hell, Groove Works, Killer Tracks, PostHaste Music, Epic Score, Audiomachine, Sonic Librarian, Corner Stone Cues... and i'm sure i'm still misisng a few.
AuroraArt wrote:There are even some people on Youtube that are making their own music. It's good to see people who love music share their songs with others.
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