Coughcoughnot necessarily a coughPhantom Phan cough but I have listened to that piece of Lindsey's and really like like it! How about you? Also, her outfits in the music video are awesome. Especially the one she wore in the graveyard.
Huh....I might have....but I'm not sure.
Me too! I think it's really theatrical, and cinematic.
I actually didn't watch the music video. I only listened to it from Pandora, and even then, not the whole song. I'll have to listen to it again!
Haha, so I kind of smushed @Hans_Oddcraft's two Aethasian Short themes together for no particular reason. I had to loop parts of the first one so it was as long as the second one. It probably sounds really wonky.
That was......UTTERLY FANTASTIC!!!!!!
At some points it sounds kind of weird, but at other points it mixes really well! Huh.
"How many greats have become the least for me??"
YESSS, that's a great song.
This Is Not A Test YES! That's a good one! My favorite song from that album is Love Broke Thru.
And for everyone else:
You have to watch this.
Mine is "Light Shine Bright"
That was hilarious....
I know, right? I have a hard time between laughing and also being amazed at the musical talent.
My new favorite song. Every time I listen to it, I imagine @Erik_Deruin playing cello and @Eerie_Coppernight playing piano. . . Or a SkyRaider soaring through the air.
So sorry, the link isn't working . . .
Have you tried copying the link without the brackets?
I have now, it's beautiful!
How beautiful, you have given me a true gift. I shall add this to my personal musical library.
I can not stop listening to this piece. It's flow is so graceful, so thoughtful, it captures my ear.
I know, right?! It's does so many things with my imagination and emotions. It's just perfect.
It has the perfect balance of drifting minor melody, and major chording. Like the dancing candlelight on a caverns shadowed walls.
Funny. That's exactly where I imagined you and Eerie were. . . In a dim yet warmly lit cavern, with the music echoing off the walls and high ceiling.
The Phantom of the Opera (or Aetherlight) really is inside my mind. . .