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Uploaded
Feb 8, 2014 | 3:18 PM EST
File Info
Song
2.3 MB
1 min 59 sec
Score
3.82 / 5.00

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Rated 3.82 / 5 stars
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546 Plays | 11 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Video Game
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Author Comments

I haven't posted anything in a couple years. I kinda lost interest in making music for awhile. I've somewhat re-devoted myself to it. I made this recently. I don't consider it finished but I might not continue it because my inspiration is lacking. I just posted it for opinion and I was curious as to whether I still have any sort of talent at this at all. Its name comes from the fact that it reminds me of Minecraft for some strange reason.

Reviews


CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The title fits the track perfectly, it's cloudy, dull, oppressing and monotone somehow. Like a day sitting indoors, you don't feel like going out, you don't feel like doing anything, the world's out of touch, clouds drift and yet like a drifter you pass them by. It's not an incredibly varied piece, but it portrays that theme perfectly. Great background music!

-cd-


Xenophaje responds:

That's not the vision it gave me but I can sort of see it as that. Actually that vision with this could go in a flash anime of some sort maybe. I don't know. I like variance when I make things. repetition only sounds good of its done right which I don't think I can do it right but I've never given in that much effort so who knows. Background music was all it felt like which is part of the reason I branded it as video game music. Thanks for the review.


omediciusomedicius

Rated 3 / 5 stars

it's pretty good man. I can see how it would remind you of minecraft since it's a fairly relaxing little tune. I also enjoy this kind of (layout?) as in it starts with a simple tune and over time adding more layer's onto it.


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Xenophaje responds:

Progression is easy for me. After that though I get stuck with how to shift it from one tune to another and what to add. On top of that I struggle to get the VST instruments to sound the way I want them to. I don't know much about FL Studio ;_; on the plus side I can somewhat compromise by fiddling until it sounds right... and that works maybe 50% of the time -_- but I'll still make what I can. I just sort of make it as it comes to me. Funny thing is I don't know how to use FL Studio Layers to create grouped VSTs but I don't think its really necessary to do. idk though. Thanks for the review.