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Credits & Info

Date
05/06/2012
File Info
Song
2.8 MB
3 min 5 sec
Score
3.66 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

Attribution:
You must give credit to the artist.
Noncommercial:
You may not use this work for commercial purposes unless you make specific arrangements with the artist.
Share Alike:
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Score:
Rated 3.66 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
362 Plays | 34 Downloads
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Genres:
Other - Miscellaneous
Tags:
catchy
desert
tribal
rhythmic

Author Comments

I've a long way to go until i dominate the style, but this is my first attempt at making a desert-style track. I do not possess any regional instruments from where this type of music comes from, so i had to make do with the instruments i had.

This is not a looped version, but it's possible to loop it.

Reviews


PersianDivaPersianDiva

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 6, 2012

Have you ever played the game Jak 3. Or any Jak and Daxter game for that matter?
Your music reminds me of there OST. Especially Jak 3, Sewers. Please tell me you stole some elements, because that is like a more deserty themed version of what you have composed.

Your music quality is good. Keep it up.
I like the creation and the emotion it brings.
But I would like to see more like this peice of work.
Well done.

PersianDiva~


Mirak responds:

I'm not familiar at all with the thing you speak of, as i don't own any videogame consoles or handhelds.
I didn't steal anything, i find that implication a bit offensive actually, though you probably did not mean any harm.

Thank you for your comment.


PulsarsAndDyingStarsPulsarsAndDyingStars

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 6, 2012

Loving this, it deffo has that eastern desert feel to it. :3 I think all it's missing is maybe a definitive bassline in the background, but aside from that it's cool!


Mirak responds:

Thank you!

I figured a bassline would be needed, but i couldn't synthesize a bass sound that fit the desert theme i was aiming for, so i kind of gave up on it. I'll try to explore further this genre of music and will investigate how other artists got around on implementing basslines on desert-themed tracks.