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Date
02/23/2013
File Info
Song
10.5 MB
4 min 35 sec
Score
4.56 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.56 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Industrial
Tags:
dance
videogame
swell
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Author Comments

Taking some time away from tending to his planet's internal imports and exports, GRUDGEVESSEL cuts power to his thrusters and rips the navigation hub from his panel. Now adrift in his dead craft, he takes this time lost to reflect on productivity, past shifts in interpersonal scales, burnt bridges. Passing by a gung ho voyager, GRUDGEVESSEL remembers what hope felt like... vaguely.

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RagamuffinRagamuffin

Rated 3 / 5 stars February 25, 2013

The theme that you laid out in pretty deep and powerful. However...
The harmonies and melodies seem pretty counter productive. They don't really support the tone very much. They seem interested in emphasizing the space theme, while your sound could do that find by themselves, freeing up the notes to emphasize on the feelings.
Some of the part where pretty sweet, but the different parts of the song felt like different parts of different songs, aside from having the same sound sets.

I'm pretty confident in giving this a three. Lots of places to improve, but nothing that's really counter intuitive or simply stupid.

The key to remember that I think will help you, is that if you're going after a theme, chase it. Every part of the song's being should support the emotional impact of that theme.


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PYROMANCERband responds:

*e. Hmmm. Well, those chords were written as chords, so I'm not sure which notes you're referring to as melodies and which as harmonies. As far as the theme, it was inspired by the song, not the other way around. I appreciate your creative input, however! Thank you!