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- 7 MB
- 3 min 3 sec
- 4.40 / 5.00
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- Electronic - New Wave
Before you go and hit the 0 button, please stop and think. I consider this one of my best submissions so I'd appreciate it if you take one exception. Please? :(.
Anyway now that that's over, I'll talk a bit about the song. I made this song with Echo, ages ago (http://echo.newgrounds.c om). It all started when someone asked me to make soundtrack for a game. I invited Echo to help me out and we started by making a game-over theme for the game. Then we moved on to this, which is supposed to play in a Plains-themed level. He came over to my house, and we built the foundations of the track, i.e. the instrumentation, main melody, intro and general atmosphere. Then, he went back and we left it as it was for a while. After some time, I went on a music-making marathon and finished it in a day.
So, then eventually we lost contact with the person asking us to make the soundtrack, and now, months and months after, I decided to submit this rather than leave it occupying space on my hard disk. Echo and I are really proud of this song, and we hope you like it too!
This uses a pan flute, a steel guitar (which is actually a layer of two separate rhythms - an arpeggio rhythm and the main rhythm), cello, a violin a drum kit, ambient effects/drums, congas (more specifically African Djembes or something), a piano and a nylon guitar, which is the weirdest but surprisingly fitting combination ever :P. We used Hypersonic 2 for the nylon guitar, ambient effects/drums and pan flute, Cinematic Strings for the violin, Stormdrum for the djembe things, the reverse cymbal and the drum kit, Virtual Guitarist 2 for the steel (rhythm) guitar and East/West Symphonic Orchestra for the piano and cello. Yeah, we gave this song all we got :P.
Sorry about the genre, by the way. I really have no clue what genre this is so I just put it under New Wave. It's probably the wrong genre, but hey, a genre doesn't make a song right?
I really hope you enjoy this song. We worked hard on it and I personally view it as my best or one of my best songs.
Thanks for listening!