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Here's a song I made for the Dreamland Chronicles webcomic, found here: http://www.thedreamlandch ronicles.com/
The full title of this track is "Dreamland Chronicles - Evermore", but that wouldn't fit, so I left it at "Dreamland Chronicles". No copyright infringement is intended by having the name on here simply be "Dreamland Chronicles". The full name simply does not fit.
If you'd like to download this in higher quality than what it is here, please use this link: http://adf.ly/9Kxkw This also supports my music-making, so I'd appreciate it if you could at least click it anyway - even if you don't want to download it. ;)
If you'd like to buy the song, feel free to head over to my bandcamp here: http://swint.bandcamp.com /track/dreamland-chronicl es-evermore
The programs used to make this song were FL Studio and Reason.
The VSTi and instruments used were Morphine (Purchased), EDIROL Orchestral (Purchased), Sytrus (FL Studio), BooBass (FL Studio), DSK OranZe (Free download), the Studio FG460s II Pro Guitar Pack (Free Soundfont in the Fruity Soundfont Player), and a large amount of instruments from the Reason defaults, as well as drums and percussion in Kong.
The VST used were Fruity Reeverb (FL Studio), Fruity Delay 2 (FL Studio), Fruity Phaser (FL Studio), Fruity Parametric EQ 2 (FL Studio), Fruity Reeverb 2 (FL Studio), Fruity Flanger (FL Studio), Fruity Flangus (FL Studio), Fruity PanOMatic (FL Studio), Guitar Rig 5 (Purchased), Fruity Delay Bank (FL Studio), and the Fruity Stereo Enhancer (FL Studio).
The time used to make this song was about 1 month. :D
Any feedback I could get on this song would be wonderful, I always love feedback and constructive criticism, as long as it actually IS constructive.