Be a Supporter!

Credits & Info

Feb 15, 2009 | 11:26 PM EST
File Info
1.1 MB
1 min 11 sec
4.09 / 5.00

Related Content

Heard in 2 Entries!

View all submissions featuring this audio file.

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Rated 4.09 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
6,754 Plays | 233 Downloads
Share Links:
Other - Miscellaneous

Author Comments

This one is one of my personal favorites. The baseline on the piano was actually modified from Chopin's piece, "Fantasie Impromptu" (don't worry, it's not a legal issue, the man is long dead and his pieces are all public domain now anyways). I essentially took the roots of each of his chords in his introductory chord progression and used those as my left hand. Obviously I played with it a little first, but it's pretty much unchanged in that department.

After that, I just wrote it in on my compy and looped it for about an hour and a half before I began punching in the notes for the right hand.

I'm actually kind of proud of the solo, which is a first. I know that there's really not much in the way of anything except the solo here, but I'm intending to leave that until a later date (translation: until I have time and I feel inspired enough (You can help me by reviewing this!)).

One more thing I personally like about this piece is that awesome water sound at the beginning and near the end... you know, the one that sounds like something falling into a sewer? I spent a good hour just tweaking that sound. I created the sound using two overlapping "drip" patches at different settings.

Now this is the part you should read:

Please review this! I would love to hear anything you have to say about this one, because everything you say is something I can use to make it better.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

very cool.

Very nice, good work. A little frantic, but it's good. I think it would fit for one of those 80's cartoons with mice running through the sewers, incredibly franticly..
It's cool, though.

ObsidianSnow responds:


... lol I thought this one was dead on NG. I would never would have thought that it would be getting any more reviews. I guess I was wrong.

My newer submissions are far better, but I'm leaving the old ones up because I think it gives a cool sense of my progression.

...Sorry, I babbled a bit there. I'm appreciative of your review, land0lakes. Thank you.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


very upbeat... i like it goin in my faviort

ObsidianSnow responds:

Awesome - thanks for the review, alienhominid.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good song!

The name really matches with the song; good job. The piano was great, but I think you left it a little empty. OK, it's not that sewers aren't supposed to be empty, but I think that piano only was a little boring. Maybe you should've added a double bass or a cello to harmonize it with the piano. Also, a constant booming drum beat in the background would've added the hollow feeling that a sewer would have. Great job with the water sound FX, they added the 'Sewer' in 'Sewer Jam'.

ObsidianSnow responds:

Yeah, it really does need to be completed, you're right. When I get around to it... lol
glad you thought the effects were cool.

Thanks for the review, Supersteph.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Hey, the piano sounds great. And it really this song is just the greatest "Walking around in a sewer" music ever. Although I have no idea why I would be walking around in a sewer. Anyways, great job, man.

ObsidianSnow responds:

Yeah, I'd be wondering why you'd be in a sewer, too... lol

Thanks for the review, masterchef.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good job!

I love the dripping parts as well!

I can sort of picture in my head a scene of a person just walking in a sewer... for what reason no one knows... but then he sees something terrifying and runs, but it follows! And the ending "drip/plop" is him falling, then dead :D!

Great job again!


People find this review helpful!
ObsidianSnow responds:

Cool, glad you liked it - and that you got imagery from it, too!

Thanks for the review, SULKINGking.