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The Clockworker (ft. DI)

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Date
03/11/2012
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Song
6.3 MB
4 min 34 sec
Score
4.56 / 5.00

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Author Comments

The Clockworker (feat. DJ II Image)

A clockwork is a machine that works without electricity, using instead gears and springs and such. THUS, this meant to sound both like a toymaker theme, as well as mechanical.

HUGE credit to my friend II (double) image (iiimage.newgrounds.com/) on this one. I started it out, but I sent it over, as well as a couple other projects for the RG tales to him. He made the drop on this one, and edited the second variant of the bells. I made a few changes after he sent it back (such as a few synths, especially for the drop as well as adding a few things here and there), and continued to finish the rest of the song.

I hope you enjoy this song.

Reviews


killer789killer789

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

i feel like its missing some of your awesomeness


soulblud responds:

It was a collab, so it doesn't have my entirety in it.


CaducusAterCaducusAter

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

You definitely achieved what your description depicted. It wasn't too repetitive and kept me interested. Mechanical sounds were great and well placed and I thought the drop was excellent at continuing the theme of gears, springs, and gizmos.

Quite a charming tune.


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Daxter250Daxter250

Rated 3 / 5 stars

wow the beginning got me :D
your friend must be a genius at making sounds
but the drop... in my opinion it is wayyyy too massive
how about making a dubstep drop a la mt eden? this would fit perfectly to this kinda mysterious and fascinating atmosphere of the track ^^
i'm really curious how the finished track will sound like...


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soulblud responds:

The bells were me. And the drop is made to be mechanical.

also, I don't particularly care for mt. eden too much. Especially their abomination of Omen by the Prodigy.


IhatedapatriotsIhatedapatriots

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Definitely good and I'd be interested in seeing the finished project.


soulblud responds:

yeah, I'm looking forward to getting it all together.


BananaShoryukenBananaShoryuken

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

An interesting mix; did you make this for a game or other project? It sounds more like a soundtrack piece, rather than a single. I like the juxtaposition of using the bells and toy-like sounds alongside the synths and bass, it definitely sets a slightly creepy yet welcoming tone. Not one of your best, but you may find a lot of potential in the general style; try to play around with this sort of dichotomy in your mixing. I suggest attempting a heavier, much more typical dubstep mix but with the same bell and clock theme...


soulblud responds:

It is made almost as part of a soundtrack. It is part of the RG tales, an dubstep series that I will direct the music videos for. It comes down to an ultimate battle of good (The Watcher) vs evil (the Dream Eater). The clockworker gets possessed and is essentially eatne by his creation and joins the Dream Eater's side.