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Mar 8, 2008 | 2:03 AM EST
File Info
Song
7.2 MB
4 min 29 sec
Score
3.49 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.49 / 5 stars
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825 Plays | 82 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
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Author Comments

Come on ngers, I NEED SUGGESTIONS FOR A NAME and whatever else you have to say. And I'm asking you politely that if you choose to vote you listen to the whole thing, and that if you vote low you review and tell me why-- seriously I have no idea why I get the scores I get half the the time.
-deathkavaderva-
EDIT: thanks to cd for the name ideas, I decided to call it "The Scrimmish", whatever that is.

Reviews


CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great!

A really nice ambient theme this is, smooth and simple. I like the shisteling sounds it has in it, and the semihowls. It sounds pretty creepy, and would probably fit great in somekind of halloween flash. Keep it going! Name? How about Hollow, Scrimmish, Resemble or Abvert. Got tons od ideas.

-cd-


Deathkavaderva responds:

Thanks for the ideas m8
You have given me much to think about


shizeetshizeet

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I'm bad at naming stuff, sorry

But I guess I can comment on your piece. The 30 or so seconds were really cool, what with the eerie strings and bells and 3d panning sweeps. But after that it rather suddenly start sounding like essentially a classical piece with ambient instruments and stuff. Not that it's bad or anything, but it certainly my a drop from the anticipation built by the intro - and you pretty much never go back to that style again, leaving it sounding like almost like an fortunate accident. I'm almost inclined to suggest you drop the intro altogether because of the wide gap in between stylistically. But still, it's definitely my favorite part of this four and half-minute piece.


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Deathkavaderva responds:

You know, you're completely right about the style change. I was essentially trying to compose a classical style piece with ambient timbres and you may have noticed I tried to tie it all up with the more sci fi sounds at the end. Ah well. Thanks for the comments:)