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Date
05/10/2012
File Info
Song
4.3 MB
3 min 47 sec
Score
4.16 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.16 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
Tags:
dream
rain
wind
ambient

Author Comments

The rain in the song is real, along with the cars and wind.
Inspired by a dream I had.

Here is the updated version, with more movement:

http://www.newgrounds.com /audio/listen/485296

Reviews


VideoGameManiacVideoGameManiac

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 13, 2012

this is amazing! good job!


LimeDisciple responds:

Thankyou, be sure to hear the updated version.


MrMusicalLionMrMusicalLion

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 11, 2012

Nicely done. Makes me wonder what you dreamt of; a sentimental place of mystery comes to mind as I listen.
I like this alot. But to me it feels like it could be harnessed a bit more. Don't get me wrong - it's fantastic. But just like the food that goes on a plate might be cooked to perfection, a bit of salt and other various seasonings is always a welcome addition.

That sort of thing, small refined details to season the sound, would raise the quality of this piece from Brilliant, to Superb. A minor difference perhaps but a difference nonetheless.

The timing of when you introduced different musical elements, was wonderful. I felt like a horizon was being sketched out for me, layer by layer. By this same method you could also introduce further details. For instance, a high pitched 'Wa-wa-wa-wa' sound or similar, very faint, as though in the distance, to add depth to the sound, to give the listener more places to mentally explore.

As it is, the rain/cars/wind underneath it all does good job of that. Although, it sounds a bit disconnected from the music itself. By adding minor details like what I've already described above, it would make the music and sfx combine seamlessly, producing a more lucid feel - but perhaps your intention was to create a feeling of disconnection.

So yes. I think it's great, but more variety [At times it became a bit too repetitive] would create an even more evocative atmosphere.

Well done.



KrrMaimKrrMaim

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 10, 2012

I enjoyed listening.


LimeDisciple responds:

Thanks man, I just checked the leaderboards and were right beside each other.