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Date
07/24/2010
File Info
Loop
2.6 MB
2 min 54 sec
Score
3.92 / 5.00

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Rated 3.92 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

A spooky little loop I made from back in the day with FL.

Reviews


Keven11Twenty7Keven11Twenty7

Rated 5 / 5 stars

No day is easy for me.

Oh how I enjoy hearing your works of art. I feel like downloading this so I can listen to it each day on my hard days. The days filled with work, solitude, or mystery.
Totally fitting with each day almost perfectly. Maybe just lifting my spirit to get on with the rest.

But how mysterious this song can get. I feel as if I am in a cave, surrounded wall-to-wall totally isolated from the rest of the modern world.
It kind of creeps me out. But then feels me with a sense of relief.


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nietzlawe responds:

This is the reason for making music, to make someone feel even more depressed on their darkest darkest days. I keed, I always keed, but all the same, this is an astonishing review that absolutely blew my mind away to another dimension, where you were sat waiting pointing at your watch and saying, "look at the time! Look at the fucking time! You're late! Again."

And then this music began to play for some strange reason.


Stickman91Stickman91

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Yes, easy day!

Listening to this brings to mind a dark, empty place... and yet, it's also very relaxing. The melody itself feels kind of empty... but in a good way. It's simple and straightforward, and isn't overcrowded with audio effects or anything like that. Nothing in the melody feels unnecessary or forced, allowing for a very calm, yet spooky atmosphere.

The only thing I'm not a fan of is the enormous amount of repetition that takes place in the middle of the song. At 0:38, you start repeating a twenty second loop, and the repetitions continue for nearly two minutes straight. I would've only played the loop once or twice after 0:38, and then added on the segment from 2:33 until the end right after the looping finishes.

Alternatively, you could repeat the loop several times and add a new layer of sound with each repetition, perhaps building up to some sort of climax. Just hearing the same thing over and over again for almost two minutes gets a bit tiring.

Overall, the song doesn't really stand out or excite me, but it's a great listen nonetheless. :)


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nietzlawe responds:

I know what you mean, this piece of trash repeats more than machine gun fire! Oh wait, I made that piece of trash. Let me explain, hey what's that behind you!

*Runs off*

*Runs back*

Sorry I just had to pop to the car, left the engine running and the doors unlocked and the windscreen wipers moving and the headlights and indicators flashing and the car's internal cigarette lighter burning, and the overhead mirror flaps hanging down, and the seats pulled back much too far, and the bonnet open, and the cd player on, and the windows winded down, and the sunroof open... It didn't help having the car parked over the edge of a cliff either.

But anyways, I agree strongly with the review, it does loop an awful amount of times indeed. Because I'm not a committed musician, I tend to create these shells which feel about 10% finished and then abandon them forever, sometimes I will follow through with the project, if you want to hear a couple of my best efforts, you might want to check out The Loner or Never Stop,.

After that, you could pop across the road and pay a visit to Marky Spark's page, he makes a lot of ambient and classic pieces, which you may like.

In fact, if you look through my tracks, you will see a song called Contentment, which is a collaboration I did with Marky Spark in person, seeing as I know the guy in real life, and no, this isn't a Stanley Ipkiss and Mask thing I've got going on.