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Dec 17, 2009 | 4:42 PM EST
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1.5 MB
1 min 18 sec
Score
2.71 / 5.00

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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
Tags:
scary
halloween
dark
gothic

Author Comments

havent submitted any tracks in a while, here's a little something. This is an eerie, slightly bittersweet k piece, classical oriented which I havent done in a while. hopefully i'll have time to finish some tracks over the break..

Reviews


TwistedtechnologyTwistedtechnology

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Man, All I am seeing when i listen

is this really dark movie sequence in a video game. Not quite silent hill, but definitely along those lines of genre! Cameras panning all around the main character in the rain, darkness all around him, as he comes across some horrible plot altering news...leaving him confused and almost feeling completely defeated.

great stuff man, love the imagery!

5/5!

~Twisted!


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S3C responds:

thanks Tim, good story!


midimachinemidimachine

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

bitchin

gorgeous progression, i'd probably end up doing something dumb like compress and bandpass filter the strings so they sound old but idk this is slick.

feels like nobuo vs tchaikovsky to me


S3C responds:

i actually did that to one of the choir sounds haha. and thanks for another review, I probably owe you one or two now.


kjhsdgfkjhsdgf

Rated 4 / 5 stars

the vocals

i liked the celestial sound,
the timbres were well picked.. but a little too MIDI,
for moods that have a definite sound (gothic, angelic, etc.),
you really need to depend on the quality of the instruments.
but as for the writing, it was well done, and the composure was refreshing,
just work on the subtle EQs and try live sounds if you can for a more professional sound,
but that isn't always needed.


S3C responds:

"the timbres were well picked.. but a little too MIDI,"

that was in reference to your review title/summary about the choir/organ sound right? because if not, the strings are real, layered samples XD But I'm glad you like the writing though! thanks for the review dude.


kirbyfighter12kirbyfighter12

Rated 5 / 5 stars

SECONDED :D

Nice. i love the Overall Theme. This would've been great if you submitted it during October. I could use this song to scare the crap out of Kids next year (So much fun)
This soundslike, Someones dying/ On teh verge of dying, or is dead/ a funeral song. Or More or less A Broken down old Church in a old abandoned city destroyed and teh church is the only thing left


S3C responds:

something like that, the title to this track was originally "Behind the Stained Glass" but I originally settled for something that's more inherently scary sounding. thanks for the review!


QuarlQuarl

Rated 5 / 5 stars

First!

Really creeptastic chords and melodies. Seems to suite the seasons weather with how damn cold and eerie this sounds. I'm loving that chorus. Everything sounds really full. The only little thing that I can think of doing is to have the attack on that chorus set slightly lower so it crescendos a bit like a real chorus. It's a dumb little thing, but since everything sounds so perfect I have only dumb little things to nit pick about. Another thing I like to try out sometimes is setting up two chorus pads then having the attack of one slightly off from the other one. Sometimes I'll layer several chorus pads over and over then de-quantize. Dunno. It really doesn't matter. The only reason I've gotten so finicky about chorus pad attacks is because my music major friend at berklee is always telling me that he hates the sound of synthetic chorus's. My ultimate goal with voice pads is to make jack cry with joy. Really though, this song is amazing.


S3C responds:

thanks for the review man! this is actually the third track you've commented on about mah choirs ;D. good advice about the attacks, but my attentions with this one were to make the choirs be a synthetic organ/keyboard sound, hence the instant attacks. I suppose during the second half it would sound better to adjust the attack levels so it meshes with the strings more nicely. But anyways, thanks for the review bud! helpful advice, and by jack you wouldnt happen to be speaking of candlejack because you know that's it's very dangero