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Aksark    33

I'm all about immersion, so here's the kinda stuff I'll be listening too.     ^_^

 

While just chasing the horizon:

 

 

 

 

While locked in an epic life or death battle:

 

 

 

Ok...I lied... There is one song that's not apart of my immersion factor...That I will most definitely play  :P

 

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Mirones    875

 

anyone can help me find out what the classical music is?

The first piece is the second movement of Dvorak's String Quartet No. 12 - the "American" quartet.

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Balck    213

The latter piece is reminiscent of Haydn's latter string quartets.  Will have to do more research.  Nice find  :)

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Balck    213

As I was driving home from work today, Dvorak's 7th symphony came on the radio.  If you've never heard it, because it isn't as popular as his 9th, strap in for a ride ;)

 

The finale brought to mind a Naval Action battle.  Moments of frantic activity (salvos) interspersed with moments of calmness as ships maneuver.

 

That ending though (7:59 on)...

 

Scene:  Two ships (third rates) close on each other, both already fairly beaten up, both intent on sinking the other.  Frantic maneuvers to gain any advantage to be had.  Broadsides fly, smoke everywhere.  As the last gun fires on his starboard side, the captain of the triumphant 74 turns his gaze to port.  Victory, double shot loaded, pistol shot range... FIRE! solid shot flies at the camera through a wall of smoke.  Naval Action rises from the smoke.  /scene  (timpani = guns)

 

Glorious!  :lol:

 

If one of our youtube wizards could make this, perfect promo/trailer for NA!

 

PS. Play on full volume for full effect.

 

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trindade    4

Here some of my favourite melodies to sail and fight :P

 

 

 

 

this last one is perfect for Trafalgar, just epic

 

 

Hope you like it

 

 

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Uhm.... 

 

Both Ubisoft sooo....

 

 

Anyway, They aren't the first to come to mind for 17th-19th century sailing, but I think a number of 2 Steps from Hell pieces would fit nicely.

 

This one happens to be my favorite

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDnJp9404Xk

 

 

This one sound pretty good too, even has 'Pirate" in the name ;)

 

 

This one is also very good. There is also a version out there without the choir.

 

 

2 steps has some seriously good stuff that I think any gamer should look into. Epicness in music form

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nornica    245

Mostly Ennio Morricone soundtracks for old spaggetti westerns, or Hans Zimmer.

BUT..

When i play yacht in big battles i usualy play this one:

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Balck    213

This aught to get your feet moving.

 

TO QUARTERS!

 

 

Though it does conjure up some looney tunes tripping scenes lol

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The use of Guitar, banjo, organ, flute, and accordion makes some very nice seaworthy music

 

 

Also, something in similar nature to this. Kind of low and just for sailing

 

(I prefer the symphonic version here at 2:13)

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graphite    30

Taylor Davis Cover: Doing a 1 hour compilation of music for our TS3 music bot … this track kicks in around the 30 min mark.

 

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Sharden    56

Running Wild...because awesome and so. Some good old Power Metal

 

 

 

also pretty awesome, a bit "heavier" and more recent: Orden Ogan.

I feel like my crew is working 100% harder with this :D

 

 

Oh and of course stuff like this ;)

 

 

 

But i really got some good ideas in this thread, gotta listen to some stuff now :)

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