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Date
05/12/2013
File Info
Song
6.9 MB
3 min 2 sec
Score
4.05 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.05 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
Tags:
wierd
creepy
ajiman

Author Comments

This tune isn't what i usually make, It sounds pretty creepy, atleast thats what people told me,
let me know if this is something you like, since i have no clue if enyone even listens to something like this "/

enjoy the wierdness

updated : ver1.2 less collision
ver 1.3 : better startup
update : full project : cancelled due to project loss

Reviews


RogueDragonKnightRogueDragonKnight

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 12, 2013

I like it. Sounds a bit creepy but also very relaxing--at least it does to me--but then again I'm a weird kind of guy. As I was listening to this with my headphones on I closed my eyes and started seeing scenes in my mind: Sunset...an old, abandoned house...standing silently in the forest...seemingly untouched by time...who knows what may lie beyond its front door? I think this piece might be a great prelude to another piece; something darker, scarier...

But you are the artist, not I. I'm just giving you my honest opinion and thoughts on your work. I think you have genuine talent and if you do decide to expand in this style of music I'll be keeping an eye out for your name.


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ajiman responds:

thank you, and yeah i was thinking that aswell but more like in a movie at the endings or something.

appriciate your review.


TheDoor6TheDoor6

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars May 12, 2013

I like the serene mood and instruments. It doesn't progress very quickly, but in a way that fits with the mood. I wasn't sure I liked all the harmonies in there around :43, yet I do like the gradual incorporation of new moods and themes. It could use some more variation towards the end, but overall the structure was good. I like the ending, too. It seemed to fit with the swell and then decline of activity within the piece. Unique, and strangely engaging, too. I don't think it's necessarily a polished final product, but good work overall. ;)


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ajiman responds:

yeah, this was kind of experiment you might say, i make some tunes like these but never really publish them, just don't think enyone will like it, but at the look of it, its alright. not the best but alright.

thanks for the review ^ ^