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Credits & Info

Date
08/16/2009
File Info
Song
2.5 MB
2 min 48 sec
Score
3.06 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.06 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Video Game
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Author Comments

If only the surround had also converted to my pc, then this track wouldve really shined.
Sadly you guys need to apreciate it in its reduced form.

Reviews


buyj3llobuyj3llo

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 16, 2009

you have a very interesting style.

yea, this would be awesome if all the sounds were coming from different directions. How are you recording this in such a way that it doesn't end up in stereo? are you using software or are you preforming this live?


Calamaistr responds:

I 'made' it in musicĀ® for the playstation, thus.. on a console. Then i need to convert it to pc using a 'tulp' cable as its called.. atleast in my country, no idea if its called otherwise in other countries.

But though the cable 'does have 2 sockets on one end, it doesnt on the other. (the input is l/r but the output only r (red and white sockets) and its also inverted because im taking the sound from the playstation 2 usb to the pc recording it with audacity because thats the most decent program.

So all in all i had to edit this track on the spot setting all the L's to R's manually for it to even register the sound on the recording. ;(

The best about this song was the moment in wich the small bell (its a editted flute actually) and the loud bell (a slightly editted rhode) are both playing their own parts and in the end play a tune together after wich a darker theme starts to play, followed again by the lighter happy theme and so on.

I wanted this to sound alive, i think i had some success in that but yes.. it wouldve been alot more appearant if the surround effects were still in.

Thanks for reviewing. :)