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757.5 KB
57 sec
0 / 5.00

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349 Plays | 15 Downloads
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Author Comments

DAW: Renoise
VSTi: xhip, String Machine, Toxic Biohazard and String Studio
VST: Audiodamage Dubstation, KORG MDE-X
Arpeggio figure is based on a Chopin etude
Use of a neapolitan 6th chord I believe!

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very floaty and dreamy, this song is very relaxing and loops perfectly well.
Well done!

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jackmusic responds:

Thanks. The trick to making something loop is ending on chord V in the key. I can't remember what key this is in but in C, I would end on a G - then it segues perfectly back to the beginning.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Get an underwater-feeling. Like a waterlevel in Donkey Kong meeting prelude from Final Fantasy. :)
Love the arpeggios (is that what they are called?^^)
Think I listened to it 3 times without noticing it restarting, and THATs great :D
But yeh, it gets just a bit repetative, but I guess you cant make a 56sec loop without that.
I got this feeling I should know where its from.. really bugs me.

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jackmusic responds:

Thanks a lot for the review. It was directly inspired by the FF1 Prelude. Yep they are arpeggios - check out Chopin Etude No. 1 in C major for an awesome expansion of their possibilities!