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The New World <Avuari>

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Date
09/09/2012
File Info
Song
2.5 MB
1 min 49 sec
Score
0 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

You may not use this work for commercial purposes without making specific arrangements with the artist UNLESS your work is a web-based game or animation, in which case you may use this freely.

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Rated 0 / 5 stars
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672 Plays | 22 Downloads
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Genres:
Easy Listening - Classical
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Author Comments

I made the song "The New World" right after I made "The Darklands." Again, this is an early song, so it sucks a bit. The idea was to express the stress of trying to create order... Not good at it.
EDIT: New version with depth

Reviews


erlendflatinerlendflatin

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The idea is good, and difficult to pull off. I think you could go even a little bit more crazy with expressing stress, if you lose the sense of a clear rhythm this might be more clear. But when you start getting closer to order add some syncopation, the semiotic meaning of syncopation in classical music is in fact stress! You might want to put the piece in a different category, I would not classify this as Easy Listening - Classical. Maybe more in the experimental section ;)



Kun-SinKun-Sin

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Could do well in a suspense/mystery game/animation I believe. I kept trying to get into the feel of it, I thought 'Crystaline' or rubbing glass with water in it. I'll be honest when I say it wasn't exactly 'easy listening' for me..Though all in all, it's still an alright song.



xoshaow3xoshaow3

Rated 4 / 5 stars

the opening was a bit rough, its not my style of sound but I did enjoy the chaos of no specific order. I could see this in a point and click game or a game like ANNA. you did a great job!



goolsby7goolsby7

Rated 5 / 5 stars

i like it. its almost like controlled chaos. there is no real seat beat or style, and yet it flows throughout it. i agree a bit with soresen however. add a few other notes and snippets that slide in and out. it would indeed feel a bit more chaotic



SoresenSoresen

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I like what you're going for here; you capture the idea of controlled chaos pretty well. I would actually try to add more chaos: tones and notes that only show up once or twice, as if testing out if they can fit somewhere within the song and finding they don't. Perhaps more sounds overall as well.

I hope to listen to more of your work in the future.


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