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Jul 22, 2008 | 7:32 PM EDT
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1.3 MB
1 min 9 sec
Score
3.73 / 5.00

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Rated 3.73 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

When you're own flaws are driving you to the edge of sanity. Welcome to my Haunted House.
Welcome to my mind.

Reviews


ufolambufolamb

Rated 5 / 5 stars

hey its me

all your songs are in fiverts and i wuld give you 1000000/1000000


DjCompass responds:

Well i'm glad you enjoyed it.
As much as i do love getting my ego puffed up a bit, it would also be great if you could tell me exactly what makes my songs so great XD
Thanks again though, i do appreciate it.


CoopCoop

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A little sharp

I think that the piano that you've chosen in this piece is a little sharp towards the end and there are sadly a few duff notes in the tune, which does detract from the way that this tune works.

I know that it's supposed to sound creepy and wrong, but if you can do that without the notes sounding like they shouldn't be there, the effect would be much more impressive.

[Review Request Club]


DjCompass responds:

O_O
Ok then, thanks for the review. Even though i'm not exactly sure what you mean to say ^_^;


HaggardHaggard

Rated 4 / 5 stars

\m/

I like the theme of this track a lot. It starts off very quiet and nice, when suddendly those high pitched notes come in at around 0:12.

The mean laughter also adds to the creepy atmosphere that you build up with the high pitched notes.

Some of the notes seem to be a bit dissonant, but then, we are about to become insane, right? So, those dissonant notes fit in perfectly here and add even more to the creepy atmosphere.

But, as Bezman already mentioned, the song is a bit too short. Right before the tension reaches it's climax, the song is already over.

{ Review Request Club }


DjCompass responds:

Hmm... if i get in the mood again, i'll extend this song ^^
Thanks for the review.


BezmanBezman

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Creepy toytown vibe Feels like it should be longer

It actually sounds like we're in a major key until 0:11.

Then you start dropping in notes that identify it as a minor, before the laughs and it goes all-out creepy. Good work.

The laugh is perfect, with a macabre nature about it and the fast piano work that follows.

It gets a bit repetitive with the pattern towards the end, but that kinda adds to the evil toytown feel.

My main crit. is simply that the song perhaps isn't long enough to really develop the mood you start.


DjCompass responds:

Thanks for the review, and thanks for the advice. That's the only thing that i like more than people enjoying my music, is people pointing out (in a polite, refreshing manner) what's in need to improvement. Thanks again.


SatorisSatoris

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

In the Mouth of Madness

This song belongs in the movie mentioned in the review title. If you've ever seen it you'll understand why. Very creepy and crazy sounding. I wonder if this is what psycho's really hear in their head? Nicely done.

*Review Request Club*


DjCompass responds:

I'll look into that...
Well i've never been a psycopath, but i think i probably got at least close :P