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An experiment with just 8-bit and raw synth instruments.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 25, 2012

Sounds like Logic's ES P with attack and decay turned up. Nice song!

KKSlider60 responds:

Heh, thank you XD


Rated 5 / 5 stars August 22, 2012

It's a awesome track, but I can't help of thinking of Mother (Eathbound in America) when I listen to this.Still great work keep it up.

KKSlider60 responds:

Being compared to the Mother soundtrack is probably the greatest compliment I've ever received in the past months. ^^ Thank you so much,


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars August 8, 2012

As I begin to listen to this track, I cannot help but be reminded of the sunset. Something quite interesting at 1:48 AM.

This is such a cerebral track, it really puts you in a nice place. Complacency through music. I like it.

What really blew me away were the layers of the song -- you got such a huge sound with few instruments. Just the right amount of loudness, and your synths crescendo'd nicely in the attacks. I like the lead in the beginning that doubles as a time keeper -- smart arrangement.

SGC [Connor]

KKSlider60 responds:

Hm, I agree with your visions of sunset and night listening. :3 It puts me in a relaxed, thoughtful mood too. Sometimes you only need just a few elements in a piece, just a few sustained chords to begin shaping your way and imagination. Thank you very much ^^


Rated 4 / 5 stars August 7, 2012

Woooo subtractive synthesis with added release and delay. I love dabbling in this world. Im thinking of using it as a mild additive (see that joke i just made) in my next song. (which will be made 4 years from now). This is a simple little tune. It reminds me of what I was messing around with in Guitar Center today.

Anyway, I would say the best thing to do with this is to add slight subtractive synthesis using this style to a darker track, arping slightly in the background. That would be pretty cool. Right now, in my opinion, its kind of odd by itself.

KKSlider60 responds:

I could try it in a next experiment, I wanted to figure out how a simple melody works with raw synths only. :3 Thanks a bunch!