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Jun 17, 2013 | 7:26 AM EDT
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Song
9.1 MB
3 min 59 sec
Score
4.72 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.72 / 5 stars
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1,078 Plays | 29 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Video Game
Tags:
scary
puzzle
ambient
background

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Reviews


SkyeWintSkyeWint

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well, this is definitely a strange one...

The Good:
-This is a pretty unique piece, I like its character.
-I love the arpeggios at 1:03 and onward.
-The mixing of this is pretty darn nice. Everything is clear and none of the sounds interfere much with the others.

The Not-So-Good:
-The bass sound at 0:30-0:44 seems pretty soundfonty, it could definitely be better.
-Why is the drumline the exact same pattern the entire way through with only minor additions. This makes the piece notably more repetitive than it'd otherwise be.

Overall: Honestly, I'm not sure what all I can say about this piece. It's not very repetitive, it's not very specially interesting. The interest value kinda flatlines throughout, to be honest. It'll work fine for a game, I think. Beyond this, I can't say much more. I like it.

-RRC-
-SkyeWintrest-


eatmeatleet responds:

thanks for the tips. I agree


SourJovisSourJovis

Rated 4 / 5 stars

It's an okay song. At least it's very interesting. It grows on you after a while, because it has something but it's a bit unsubstantial, and never takes you where you want it to take you. I call it catchy. It's hard to place. Certainly not scary. I can't grasp what your intentions are with this. The bells sound quite nice, and the chords have a nice ambient feel. The chords are too dissonant though. It's hard to tell what direction the song takes. If I can give you a tip it would be; keep the melody, but think about your chord progression. Make it a little more straightforward and easy to grasp. Kill (or lower in volume) some of the more dissonant tones so you know what chord is supposed to be what to give the song more substance and sense of direction. If I don't understand the song properly I can't review it right, but it's your job as a composer to make me understand the song when I hear it. I hope this review was still somewhat helpful to you. R4R. Didn't mean to be harsh.


eatmeatleet responds:

Yeah, thanks a lot. It is very useful. Progressions are weakest link i this song. I wanted to make it somewhat special but kinda didn't complete it too well. About the direction.. :) I was going for somewhat different feel but I was asked to change it up so thats why it feels somewhat lacking of direction. Thanks a lot for being honest though


LachiLachi

Rated 3 / 5 stars

it's not really that much scary, some sounds are too bright.
it fits good as an ambient/chill out song but not really scary or creepy at all.

good job anyway, 3.

ps: you got a pm


eatmeatleet responds:

yeah thanks for inoput nmot really that scary, cannot define it really maybe thats why people dont like it too much