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I encourage you listen to this song with your eyes closed for best results.
It's amazing how a single sound can inspire an entire song. These African Voice samples from Garage Band/Logic did just that.
This song evolves all over the place, yet the same four original chords are played throughout. One of my most impressive Logic projects to date, I'd say.
Sounds like some creepy Legend of Zelda dungeon theme. LOVE IT. I'm a fan of creepy songs and things in general (Fav Zelda game is Majora's Mask) and this fits everything I like perfectly.
There aren't a lot of better video game moments (IMO) than finally putting on that Zora mask and swimming around :D
Sounds like the choir is saying "Teemo" and that terrifies me. But on a serious note, the drums and string instrument (not sure what it is exactly, and I feel slightly embarrassed admitting that) were neat at around 1:05. But at the 1:55 mark was where the piece started to get really cool. Definitely made my head bob, in a nice chill and relaxed sort of way. I like the unique sound and style you have going on in this piece :)
I have no idea what they're saying, haha. Why would Teemo be so scary though?
Don't feel bad that about not knowing the instrument. It's a "Chinese Guzheng Zither"...so, yeah...
Unique is never a bad thing :D
I like it! The drums are especially awesome and the melody that comes in halfway through is fantastic! When they both kick in again at the end I was nodding my head and smiling! =D
Get down with your bad self
One of the things I personally didn't like off the bat was choir synth I found the actual tunes pretty relaxing though. The drums that started being using used at about 1:55 were real good, as were the drums/percussion that started at around 3:30. I think the song could be a lot better if some of the instruments didn't sound bad though. I didn't feel like it was repetitive at all; things changed up often enough. I also really liked how the sounds started to muffle during the outro. Overall a I give it a 3.5
I definitely have some Native Instrument plug-ins on my wish list ;)
Glad you liked it!
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