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4.3 MB
3 min 47 sec
4.19 / 5.00

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Rated 4.19 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Ambient

Author Comments

Not my usual style, and it's only the first render but I just did a lot of mucking about on this one and it took me ages so I'd appreciate any comments/constructive criticism.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


It had a really nice beat, and the hi-hats really carried the song.

Normally, I'm not a big fan of just bringing in an instrument, then after a few bars, bring in another, but this time, it worked. Maybe this was because you started off with the loudest instrument, I'm not really sure.

One thing that bothered me was the ending. It essentially just cut off. This would be OK if it was a loop, but it wasn't, and it didn't work.

I think this would work well in a game, , and I wouldn't be surprised if it ends up in one

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


What I most enjoyed was how the song progressed. It increased in complexity and intensity as it played on, and that was a really nice touch.

I found the song overall to flow very nicely and while it seemed a bit generic in some areas, it built itself up slowly and was a real treat to listen too.

I suggest you work on improving where you place certain beats and turn down the volume just a little bit.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


To me, this song possesses a very intellectual sound. The fragmented rhythm of the hi-hat is really what stuck out as the most focal point of this song, even above the lead melody. -While it fit with the song as a whole, it seemed to grind against the melody and give me a bit of an uneasy feeling. That's not a bad thing per say, I actually found it to be quite interesting...
The melodies were interesting and original and the song transitioned fairly well without sounding too chopped up.

Overall, I see this as a mellow tune with a very deep and almost dark sound. Nice work!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Sounded like tetris in some bits xD

As I do with all the audio I listen to I do something else while it's playing, sometimes I go off into dreamworld and stop listening to the music while it's still playing but with this it kept me listening, because it's smooth.

A nice base beat going on, but it did get a bit repetitive after a while, maybe some different beats to differ this and lengthen the song a bit.

Next time more variation in the beats and overtracks.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

More than just a menu tune

I can certainly see this as a piece that will get used for various games as a backing tune - either in the format of a tune that plays during gameplay on an arcade style platform or indeed as a single room tune in a game along the lines of Legend of Zelda.

It's a well structured piece with a good beat, which could even tolerate becoming more prominent and powerful within the track, as the melody will support it. It loops well, so you benefit from being able to reach a wider range of authors with this. The file size isn't insurmountable, so you shouldn't be causing issues there either.

It could possibly use a little more variation, considering how long it is - the one modulation at about 1.15 is good, but something else towards the end of the track would help as well.

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