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I'll try to explain myself more with the scores I wasn't a big fan of. I really like a lot of Gears of War 3. It has a lot of faster paced, melodic action cues, and the cues from Gears of War 2 are improved. Its main problem is it's not very memorable, which Jablonsky is usually able to produce. <br><br>Ender's Game I found to be a bit of a slog. There was a lot of ambient/sound design cues which I found incredibly dull. However, it's possible I was expecting too much, or maybe I was too harsh on it. I'll try to have another listen to that one. <br><br>Gangster Squad was one where I just looked at the comments to see what people thought about it, and the consensus was "it copied every recent Hollywood score", so I just skipped that one. <br><br>TF3 had a lot of good thematic material, and the finale's action music was a lot of fun, but it lacks the memorability and excitement of the first 2, or the subtlety of 5, making it fall in the middle for me. Plus the Inception sound was pretty annoying. <br><br>Gears of War 2 falls into mediocre for me. The main theme is solid, but the action is repetitive and doesn't have much variation. Plus it also wasn't very memorable. It's basically a worse version of Gears 3 to me. <br><br>Transformers 1 and 2 don't really count to me because those were more an RCP effort than a Jablonsky one. Just to clarify, I don't hate that Jablonsky went down this route. I first learned of his existence through the Transformers scores for god's sake. It's just that listening to Steamboy, it makes me sad there wasn't more of this side of Jablonsky. Oh, and honorable mention to TMNT: Out of the Shadows, that was a great superhero score!Gangster Squad was Ok, but i prefer Ender's Game, actually the sound design in that i find it certain interesting.<br><br>In Battleship, yeah, it's nothing original, but for me, is a guilty pleasure, i love the percussion (i'm a big fan of the taiko sound)<br><br>Enderís Game isnít bad at all, there are some cool power anthems and orchestral moments in it. As for Battleship, while I find most of it generic, I genuinely do like the alien ďMRIĒ sound design he incorporated.<br><br>And one of Jablonskyís most underrated scores imo is Gangster Squad. If you want a fun Jablonsky score that strays away (mostly) from the Zimmer sound thatís it. Any score using Antz as a temp track is fine by me!I will disagree with TF3, Ender's Game, Gears of War 2 and 3, there are good scores, altough i'm a massive fan of that guilty pleasure is Battleship ;D<br><br>And A Nightmare on Elm Street was cool.John Powell to receive Henry Mancini Award. <br><br>Look it up at filmmusicreporter.<br><br>Congrats John
Edmund's right. It's really just sad that Jablonsky could have been one of the greatest composers ever, one with more notoriety and respect from the music community, but instead settled for being... a decent composer.<br><br>TF5 was a step in the right direction, D-War was a great monster movie score, Your Highness came close to Steamboy levels, and IDEA felt like Jablonsky's symphony in a lot of ways. But on the other end you have Ender's Game, Transformers 3 and 4, Battleship, Gears of War 2, Gears of War: Judgement, and a few others that range from ok, to flat out awful. Occasionally though you get some decent ones like Gears of War 3, and A Nightmare on Elm Street.<br><br>My point is, we get a composer overridden with bland projects, and musically inept directors, when he had the potential for being Oscar level.This just occurred to me. 1:44-2:10ish in Remember Who You Are kind of sounds like part of Mozartís Ave Verum Corpus...and we know Hans is a fan of that piece...@mpolonest: I'm the opposite side: BvS grown each time i listened.<br><br>Not the same for MoS ;D@DS<br><br>You are absolutely right, and it was something that I did think about while I was writing the post, I just never clarified it. <br><br>But that also has the opposite effect as well. I've had plenty of scores/songs which originally I liked that I gradually grew to dislike or simply lose interest. One of the most recent ones is BvS, which I enjoyed when it came out but looking back is probably one of my least favorite Zimmer scores.@Edmund @Ds totally agree! This days the only composer that convince me is Steven Price.
Is there a Balfe score that is not very temped? Every single Balfe score I listened to is basically giving an old score a fresh set of paint.mpolonest123: it's difficult to compare scores that are 10 years old and that you had plenty of time to digest, with brand new scores you've only heard a couple of times.<br><br>You said it yourself, when Clash of the Titans came out you thought it was generic and forgettable. It's only later that you noticed all these themes and all the work Djawadi put into it.<br><br>And actually it works like that with any new album released by any major artist. Fans are always like "it sucks, I prefer their previous albums". And yet 5 years later they love all these songs and know them by heart. :-pEdmund: I see your point, and if everyone could become 100% objective it would be actually true. But in practice, our personal tastes play a heavy role in deciding whether a score is interesting or fun or creative or intelligent or enjoyable. Some people like very classical, orchestral music more than anything else; even if JXL was creating the craziest soundtrack ever, his sound palette and synthetic approach alone would be enough to make these people dislike the score and say it's rubbish. The level of detail he put in Tomb Raider is astonishing, but sadly it'll only be noticed by people who are not upset by this style of brutal and synthetic environment. Of course it also works the other way, dry orchestral scores like Giacchino frequently writes do nothing to me, I don't particularly like this kind of sound, so I never spent a lot of time listening to them. As a consequence, I never was able to dissect them to discover all their (I guess) richness, subtleties, etc. So from my point of view, almost all Giacchino scores sound the same way and are not interesting, and I don't understand how and why he keeps getting all those major assignments. That's to say, our personal preferences will always interfere with our judgment, even if we honestly try to be fair.I feel like I see/have this kind of conversation on film music boards all the time. The approach isn't the problem, it's the execution. For example, when Man of Steel came out:<br><br>me: "I'm a bit disappointed by Man of Steel, it has its moments but I don't think it's a very good score overall"<br>fanboys: "JOHN WILLIAMS WAS YESTERDAY, ZIMMER IS TODAY, THIS IS A DIFFERENT SUPERMAN BLAH BLAH BLAH GET OVER IT"<br>me: "...did I mention Williams?"<br><br>or else Mad Max: Fury Road<br><br>me: "Mad Max is a decent score but I feel like the film deserved much more"<br>fanboys: "THERE'S LITERALLY A DUDE ON A DRUM CAR WITH A FLAMETHROWER GUITAR WHAT DID YOU EXPECT"<br>me: "...a composer who does more interesting things with those drums and that guitar?"<br><br>All over the place. It was really aggravating. This is a similar situation A talented film composer can write interesting, engaging music in all sorts of styles, for all sorts of films and under all sorts of directorial conditions. My issue with Tomb Raider isn't that it's not a traditional Jerry Goldsmith adventure score. I never expected that from this film, and certainly not from this composer. It's just not a very interesting or intelligent or enjoyable version of what it's trying to be, and that's the bottom line.@mrzimmerfan <br><br>I completely agree with you. Tomb Raider definitely didnít need a traditional score at all. And I love all the scores youíve mentioned. I even donít have a problem with the approach he took.<br><br>But I just donít like the score as is. We just have to agree to disagree, no harm done. :-)
I don't think he means that, just that it would have been interesting if Jablonsky had gone more into animated movies like Powell did, rather than mostly Michael Bay. I think maybe we got a hint of what that could have been like with Your Highness a few years ago, a score I'll always defend, but yeah...the lack of follow-up to Steamboy is a great tragedy in Jablonsky's career.@mpolonest: I will enjoyed more Run All Night than Mad Max, hell, even The Dark Tower.<br><br>But with Tomb Raider, this movie is harsh, with a real character, and an adventure score a la Goldsmith or JNH, will not benefit anything about it. And in there, there is a lot of great sounds and ideas pop up in all the score.<br><br>And this is telling you a guy who LOVE The Mummy, The Mummy Returns, the entire Indiana Jones and Jumanji scores.@mpolonest: I will enjoyed more Run All Night than Mad Max, hell, even The Dark Tower.<br><br>But with Tomb Raider, this movie is harsh, with a real character, and an adventure score a la Goldsmith or JNH, will not benefit anything about it. And in there, there is a lot of great sounds and ideas pop up in all the score.<br><br>And this is telling you a guy who LOVE The Mummy, The Mummy Returns, the entire Indiana Jones and Jumanji scores.I don't think Jablonsky is going to be a new John Powell ;)<br><br>But this one of his most notable efforts, i will said that.This is feels like a very temped soundtrack, only that explains why the score is so generic. I wonder which movies music scenes producer-director used to make lorne do this. <br><br>Track 8 - is Tron legacy (dont know maybe he worked on it, powell was involved maybe he was too)

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ravi reply Replies: 0 || 2018-01-28 10:17:12
Thank You Hans Zimmer For Such Lovely Soundtracks. I Hope Will Give Your Best Always And I Heard Your Are Scoring For Dark Phoenix. So You Are Back At Superhero Movies. Please Come Back To Dc Series Of Movies. Loved The Indian Jam Project Interstellar Theme and Other Covers By Artists. HZ Lots Of Love From India.

Ivine reply Replies: 0 || 2017-12-28 07:35:36
I really enjoy the music which will lead u to an empathy. It's just like the game of brain.

liyablack(ShagievaLiya) reply Replies: 0 || 2017-12-20 13:12:35
Hello Hans, my name is Lilya, I'm from Russia, and I'm a fan of your creativity. If you have free time, please listen to my music, but only there is a demo version, because I'm afraid that my music can be stolen. If you are interested, I can completely throw the tracks on your mail or wherever you say. I apologize for this translation, because it translated to Google translator. Thank you very much for your attention and your precious time! Personally for me - you are the coolest composer!

Alex reply Replies: 0 || 2017-12-08 00:12:05
I'd just like to thank you for bringing beautiful music to the world. Your work is incredible.

NotaPix reply Replies: 0 || 2017-09-16 11:22:35
thanks Antas for uploading my covers.
a greeting to all of you and in particular who has allowed all this:
Hans Zimmer.

Sandun reply Replies: 0 || 2017-08-29 09:11:47
Dear Hans, I would like to send one of my creations for you. I named it "Hans" I have not learnt music but....Thank you

veronica reply Replies: 0 || 2017-08-20 08:21:45
m ur biggest fan....always stay alive

Soundborne reply Replies: 0 || 2017-08-04 05:12:58
Hello Hans Zimmer fans! I very glad to share you with some of my works:
1. Mole: Escape - tribute to Dunkirk. I tried to recreate the stuff, tension atmosphere and some motifs from the first half of the film. Track has nervous strings play in shepard tone with dynamic tempo, that rises and rises with the ticking and heartbeat.

LINK: dunkirk

ORIGINAL SCORE - RESONATING, PULSING, BREATHING and VIBING. IN CREATION I USED DARK ZEBRA presets (little-bit modified Forlorn and Ringmod Pulser patch, because Mr. Zimmer is using custom version of synth - Zebra HZ) for U-HE ZEBRA 2 SYNTH. "BREATHING" ORCHESTRA SOUND is CineOrch Low patch library. For piano parts I used great, for my opinion, Soundiron's Emotional Piano (Soft Piano patch). Drums part is modified Titan Drums from Drums of War library. Guitar part created with mixed combination of different vst guitars and own custom guitar-like preset for U-he Zebra 2. In mastering I used one EQ and Compressor. Happy listening!!!


JPiercey reply Replies: 0 || 2017-07-17 07:05:39
Hey guys, i'm in a competition to meet Hans himself in the next couple of weeks. My entry is a cover of his piece "503" from angels and demons. Unfortunately i entered the contest super super late. some people have had their entries up for almost a month. However, after uploading 2 days ago i have had an overwhelming response. I AM IN 2nd place. I would love if you guys could listen to my cover and possibly help me win this competition.

here is the link

U guys hold the keys that could enable me to meet my musical hero!

Thank you for the support and id love to hear your feedback on my cover.


Praveen reply Replies: 2 || 2016-10-26 07:16:04
Should I submit the audio in mp3 format or wav format? Pls anyone help me out? What are the things should I send along with the audio?

Piyush VC2017-05-02 13:03:50
Mp3 Format. Just your name and the file will work.

Antas, Webmaster2017-06-22 15:23:25
mp3 format indeed

DT-1138 reply Replies: 0 || 2017-06-21 15:07:55
For those who want to make their own Hans Zimmer-style covers, but don't have money to spend out on expensive sound libraries, I'd highly recommend looking into Soundsonline's ComposerCloud subscription service. It has practically everything you could want, even including heavy percussion like that used in Zimmer's 90s scores and in Lorne Balfe's Terminator Genisys. And it's not expensive: you can go for a monthly plan that gets you 9000+ instrument patches for as little as $29.99. I'm on the ComposerCloudX scheme and that is even better because it has close mic recordings for some of the included sets.

Gemma Louise Doyle reply Replies: 0 || 2017-06-16 04:55:09
Dear Hans Zimmer friends,

Thank you for receiving this message.
I will give the World for you to kindly submit my message to Hans himself.
Thank you

I attended your Hans Zimmer Live concert tonight in London.
I saw you living my vision (life achievement and my purpose) and will be thrilled to feature on your music/ create music with you.

I am an exceptionally ambitious, driven & committed 25 years of age musician, having last year taken flights to Las Vegas and previously around the World (to meet and perform for audiences and people who show a keen interest in my career)

However, I know, in my heart, that I am here to give much more to a greater, wider range of groups. People who deserve to know and experience the same sense which you provide with your music. I also feel very connected to you by the way in which you communicate this message in your delivery and words on stage. I have never seen anything as superbly brilliant in my life. Nor imagined it. Well done and thank you.
In addition, I felt that your donation of proceeds from the show was a beautiful, a selfless personal token of generosity, which every one of the thousands of people at the concert (and I'm sure many more) deeply respected.
I too am sharing this message with the World, it is my dream to do so on a scale like you do. As you may see from my personal message videos:
(I also speak German, my strong favourite among six languages!)

I have a website where you can find out a little more about me, what people say and explore my social media.
However first, perhaps you may be most interested listen to which demos of my voice I have on SoundCloud:
MySpace website is and you should also see my other links within the email signature.

It could change more lives, to have me sing your unbelievable incredible & outstanding music.
One of my favourite masterpieces of yours is of course the theme from my all time favourite movie Gladiator.

Your music touches and moves all people, in ways which are incomparable.

Should you happen to find me, and have any interest to hear or meet me, kindly get in touch.
I will be eternally invigorated and grateful to speak with/hear from you.

Thank you,
One of your forever true allies (whether known by yourself or not)
Gemma Louise Doyle
International Singer Entertainer
+44 7757 216112

Elit.Novum reply Replies: 0 || 2017-06-15 18:16:53
Hi, I'm waiting for new Zimmer's, masterpiece - Dunkirk, so I'm created in free time my versions of film score

«i&#287;dem UÁar reply Replies: 0 || 2017-06-12 10:15:04
Thank you for the great movie music.My daughter and I see your name at the end of almost every movie.You are so glad that you do music.

Lucas Lima reply Replies: 0 || 2017-06-06 06:09:00
Hello, I'm Brazilian and a super fan of the movie Miss You Already! It's been five months since I've been looking for the Scores in the movie. Do you know where I can find it? Could you send me? It seems that copyright blocked Brazil. Thank you.

Lucas Lima reply Replies: 0 || 2017-06-06 04:59:38
OlŠ por favor, onde encontro o Score Completo do Filme Miss You Already? Por favor, ajudem!

DarkKnight reply Replies: 0 || 2017-05-30 23:41:48
Pradeep Pande 'The Dark Knight Rockz'. . YAS! Fantastic!! *****

Debra reply Replies: 0 || 2017-05-27 09:57:41
Love Maestro in The Holiday! The music keeps bringing me back to the movie. Something delightful about it!

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giovdan reply Replies: 1 || 2017-05-11 18:22:58
Hi All,
My version of Zimmer's "Pirates of the Caribbean" film's soundtrack; a suite with some famous film's themes, arranged for Organ (but some parts are improvisations).
Youtube link is:

Is possible to upload .mp3 file directly? How I cant upload
it (is a big file)?...
Thanks to All, Zimmer's Fans!!!

via Cee 291, 21027 Ispra (VA)

NotaPix2017-05-16 13:12:06
penso ke mp3 vada bene. nn so nulla riguardo al peso. l'unica &#232; tentare. l'indirizzo &#232; sopra i brani dei fans, nella riga 'Submit your own version'.

mpolonest123 reply Replies: 0 || 2017-04-21 00:13:37
Didn't know where else to post this but here goes....

Just finished with the Hans Zimmer Masterclass and have to say that it is truly worth it for anyone who

a.) Want to start a career in film scoring
b.) Loves Hans Zimmer and wants to really see a candid look into his writing process and thought style going into any project.

This really is one of the most informative types of classes which give you an "outside-the-box" approach. Props to Junkie Xl for his Studio time series as well!!!

And what I really want to know; if Zimmer ever plans to release a collection of his "diaries" lol :D

Roz reply Replies: 0 || 2017-04-13 20:27:43
Dear Hanz , since I was 9yrs old I knew what my calling was !!
And surprisingly the film music I write is in the same mode ,vibe .. The feeling on which chord I do and which sound and how softy or hard you okay the song ... It all comes down to emotion !!!

You were my hero , well still is !

How can I send my work to you ?? I live in South Adrica ... It's . Everything is an effort to try and make contact !! While your dream is on a train and its busy getting away without you ... That's how I feel here in South Africa .. My hands are cut off and my calling and dream ... I can't just give up I can't !!! I was born to do this !!!! And By God I will try my best to succeed !!!

Thank you For sharing your talent to the world *

MissBuggle reply Replies: 0 || 2017-03-29 16:46:21
Hans Zimmer...Take me to your planet.

Kantor Ralph J. Cupper, Eid church, Nordfjordeid, reply Replies: 0 || 2017-03-04 01:40:43
Dear Hans.

Thank you so much for your inspiring links on YouTube about your Master Class. Despite the amount of disparaging and scathing comments from some people, I think your comments about setting composers free to create new life shattering music at the drop of a hat with computers, I phones is definitely the way forward. You have proved this yourself with your career and inspiring music. Yes, you have to break the rules and splosh new ideas manuscript paper through the computer so that you can say new things.

The rules are only necessary for the young student to get into professional music and start writing. Once you are there, you must set them aside so that you can create something new. After all that is what Bach and Mozart did like Stravinsky after them because there are new things to be said musically. But all ideas, be it a film school, a symphony or even a simple song, classical or pop, come about through a story. You must have a story, something to tell, to inspire the composer to make music.

There is just one thing which I personally have never found out of and that is how does one get into the film/music world? I was at the London film school earlier. They taught me many things but not how to get into the profession. Frequently one has asked what films or TV programmes have you written music for before? Without having anything concrete to refer too one is automatically bypassed. In other words you have to have a proven track record before you can get into the profession.

If you have any ideas about this Hans, I would be extremely grateful to hear from you.

Best of luck with your next film project.


Ralph J. Cupper,
Tlf: 00 47 90881265

Graeme Cruickshank reply Replies: 1 || 2017-01-04 11:17:00
I'm engaging information about the masterclass held soon on Fridays. I'm living in Australia and wandering if the classes are only live or if recorded since I'm having to use only my spare time in watching these classes. I'm hoping it's ina Format I'm able to save and watch at a later stage. Is this true? Thanks for your assistance and look forward to hearing from you.
Regards, Graeme Cruickshank

Jaz DŁx2017-01-04 20:24:08
Hey! The classes are not live and can be taken at your own pace. That's the beauty of it!

NotaPix reply Replies: 3 || 2016-09-26 19:11:16
x Cyberpunk88
yes, I will put on youtube.
However, this site belongs to Hans Zimmer.
I here are just a guest.
I do not know if I have the permission of the admin Antas to put the link.

Cyberpunk882016-10-13 18:31:30
Hi Notapix, thanks for uploading it to youtube! Is there any chance you could put a download link for the flac or mp3 version in the description? I really like your mix and would like to have the best quality of it possible :)

NotaPix2016-10-14 11:54:32

I have done :)

Cyberpunk882016-10-15 15:25:31
Thanks a lot!

NotaPix reply Replies: 2 || 2016-09-30 13:54:06
Can Akcan, you have very well done your 'Time' cover as it is my opinion.
I like it :)

Can Akcan2016-10-01 00:00:38
Hey NotaPix!
Thank you for your good comment :) I liked your covers too. Actually there is nothing new on my version but as a composer I learned a lot while doing this cover.
Kind regards,
Can Akcan

Adam Adams2016-10-04 09:59:50
That's what I did - I think of it as an exercise and great opportunity to look inside the track. And it has been a really good experience. I have learned a lot from it.

Great job, fellow composers!
Adam Adams

NotaPix reply Replies: 12 || 2016-08-26 08:04:02
many thanks for hosting my covers on this page. it is an honor for me.
a big hug to all of you and Hans Zimmer :)

Marco2016-09-04 11:31:43
Interstellar cover is really very nice. Well done!

NotaPix2016-09-07 14:34:44
grazie marco :)
sei tu che hai rifatto
''like a dog chasing cars'' e ''eptesicus''?

the covers are yours on
''like a dog chasing cars'' and ''eptesicus''?

Marco2016-09-10 19:46:45
Si, ho rifatto io i due brani. Ho ascoltato anche il tuo eccellente "Da Vinci Code - Chevaliers de Sangreal". Impressive...
Molto bello, che librerie hai usato?
Io ero a Praga per il concerto di Hans Zimmer.

NotaPix2016-09-11 14:48:21
le tue cover, e qualche altra fatta da altri utenti, mi sono piaciute per l'impressionante fedelt&#224; con le musiche originali di hans zimmer. non ho librerie come unico riferimento. cerco di usare, per esempio, vari tipi di piccole ''librerie-cello'' per rendere il timbro meno stereotipato possibile, a mio avviso.
per una questione di pochi soldi a mia disposizione, mi accontento di guardare i concerti di Hans Zimmer su you tube.
quello che mi piace di Hans Zimmer, &#232; che nelle colonne sonore riesce sempre a cogliere l'anima dei films. lui non si accontenta di seguire solo l'immagine o/e l'aspetto emotivo.
&#232; un grande.
ciao ;)

ENGLISH: your cover, and a few others made by other users, I liked the awesome fidelity with the original music by Hans Zimmer. I do not have great sound libraries as the only reference. I try to use, e.g, various types of little ''library-cello'' to make the tone less stereotyped as possible, in my opinion.

as a matter of very little money available to me, I'll settle for watching the concerts of Hans Zimmer on you tube.
what I like about Hans Zimmer, it is that the soundtracks always manages to capture the soul of the film.
he is not content to just follow the image or / and the emotional aspect.
He is a great.

Laura2016-09-20 16:25:55
Sorry, but how did you get the original score? It's so amazing your cover!!!!

NotaPix2016-09-21 15:19:30
(Excuse my bad English)
many thanks Laura.
I was highly motivated. very motivated.
'Detach' is the song that excited me especially compared to the other songs of 'Interstellar album' (beautiful them too).
I looked some tutorials in youtube... but there are not any.
so I wanted to copy the original song by Hans Zimmer listening carefully ... step by step. unfortunately I could not do better because I have not studied music, but I'm happy with the result.

a question please:
are you who made the covers 'The contender theme' and 'Now we are free'?
if so:
I really like your version 'Now we are free'.
if I understand correctly, I think the violin is real and not virtual. you play it you?
bye :)

Marco2016-09-24 11:03:18
I think the result is excellent especially if you haven't studied music. Can you please tell me about these cello libraries?
I like also small variations despite the cover being really matching the original, small variations with respect to the original (whether intended or result of the arrangment) give a touch of personal interpretation and originality. When it is the result of researching too much the original sound, it is not a good result (I believe I have this flaw in some parts my arrangment) but when it is not, then the result is good. Cannot explain better but in your "Da Vinci", I like that.

isildur2016-09-24 14:15:41
Both covers are awesome mate. Kudos!

NotaPix2016-09-24 18:59:53

Many thanks isildur. I hope to hear your own cover.

x marco:
hmmm. I'm a bit embarrassed.
google translator does not translate well from English, so do not understand the exact meaning of the text.
English words I know can be counted on the fingers of one hand. sorry.
about the libraries, I took as an example the 'cellos' section but also applies to other instruments.
I use different types of small libraries of the same instrument (without resorting to large libraries of last generation that are definitely good, but they are heavy for my pc).
the resulting sound as a whole is more 'full bodied' than using a single instrument (in our example: only one instument of cellos section).
but this should not, for me, make me lose sight of the overall sound of the song. This 'not lose sight of' it forces me to put some of my originality (perhaps appreciated or maybe not).
I hope I have correctly understood your question :)

it must be remembered, however, that is the musical composition that makes the difference. therefore, the compliments go to Hans Zimmer and staff ;)

Cyberpunk882016-09-25 22:03:26
Could you upload your Interstellar cover to Youtube? Or have a download link? I'd like to put it on my music player!

Laura2016-09-27 16:01:46
Hahaha no, I haven't done any cover at the moment. I'm searching the score from the vocal version (there's a version in youtube, I don't know if you know it) from "now we are free" and the orchestal score of "Chevaliers de Sangreal". I really love that theme!

And also sorry for my bad english, I'm spanish studying english :D

Marco2016-10-01 17:27:17
Hi Notapix,
You understood perfectly my question. Thanks

NotaPix reply Replies: 1 || 2016-09-30 14:41:03
Ciao Marco,
caspita (wow)!
You have remade a track complex with the addition of different musicals atmosphere. very nice.
whether there was a 'cover competition', for me you'd be one of those musicians who should participate.

Marco2016-10-01 17:24:15
Thanks for your comment. And thanks to Antas for hosting the cover.

Adam Adams reply Replies: 3 || 2016-09-30 09:57:07
Thank you for hosting my cover - you made my day! It's such an honour!

All the best for HZ and RCProd crew! ;)

NotaPix2016-09-30 13:41:49

You have very well done your 'Time' cover as it is my opinion.
I like it :)

NotaPix2016-09-30 13:45:16
sorry Adam.
'Time' cover &#232; di Can Akcan. ho sbagliato persona :P

NotaPix2016-09-30 13:51:08
sorry Adam.
'Time' cover is the Can Can. I got the wrong person (and language) :P

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