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Dr. Ishii's Experiment

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Jan 1, 2009 | 5:39 PM EST
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2 MB
2 min 9 sec
Score
3.95 / 5.00

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Rated 3.95 / 5 stars
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810 Plays | 93 Downloads
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Electronic - Industrial
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Author Comments

I just noodled one day and this came out.

short, sweet, and to the point.

Reviews


CebsterCebster

Rated 5 / 5 stars

had to review a fellow modest mouse fan

Good
-original feel
-cool movement
-Nice musical scores
Improvements
-transitions?

10/10 5/5- because the drive for music must prevail.



DonaldFletcherDonaldFletcher

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Another really cool track.

This might be short, but I really dig it. This is a really cool, imaginative piece of material. Not much I can say bad about it, other than that the transition at 1:27 seemed forced. I'd have built that thing back up with some percussion. That'd've kept the intensity of the flow back into that sweet melody while smoothly leading the listener back at the same time.
This combines a cool classic feel with the intensity of the synths, which conflicts here and there (like when you have the electric piano [I think that's the midi instrument you've got there anyway] running beneath your synthesizer after the aforementioned transition) but is overall very well done. It does add a lot to the classy scientific sort of mystery atmosphere of the piece though. It'd be a bit difficult to change it without losing that quality.
This could've been drawn out further past the conclusion though. If you ever find the time I'd love to hear a fuller version of this piece. Nice work man.


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Surdu responds:

Thanks for the review! I would love to make it longer but i felt like I already had reached a climax and didnt want to ruin it. Some day I'll wake up and know what to do to lengthen it.

And yeah, the electric piano does conflict harmonically with the synth stuff. I suppose i was kind of lazy and made the excuse that the dissonance added effect but i'll play with it.