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Feb 19, 2014 | 5:04 PM EST
File Info
Song
11.3 MB
4 min 58 sec
Score
3.99 / 5.00

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Rated 3.99 / 5 stars
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1,088 Plays | 82 Downloads
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Genres:
Other - Cinematic
Tags:
dark
creepy
asylum
anxiety

Author Comments

Enter the four transitions of an Asylum.

1. A silent sight.

2. Entering the abyss.

3. Going mad.

4. Alone and Forgotten.

An orchestrated isolation.

Enjoy ;)

Reviews


jotojojotojo

Rated 5 / 5 stars

don't know which part was my favorite. I really really liked the cello's at the start. but the part that sounded like the main theme was VERY VERY catchy!

it was dark but still catchy. something danny elfman like. the piano piece was sad but in a good way.

have not heard anything like this really. storytelling song.


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PhonometrologistPhonometrologist

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Had to listen through to see what enochcity was talking about.
I have to say you really got my attention at 2:15. Thought it was well written from that point on.
I was expecting a more climatic approach, but then I was surprised by the piano transition which sounded wonderful.
The only criticism I’ll give is the instruments didn’t sound really authentic in the beginning which caused me to be a bit bored.
However, that was only upon first listening to the piece while I had no idea what to expect. I can easily go back to the beginning with a little more enjoyment because of the middle and end sections of the piece.


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EctisityEctisity

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This track tells 4 different stories and that is amazing.
There aren't many artists on here that are able to tell different stories in one track and still make it sound like one full track :D. You got amazing talent and I seriously envy you X3.
The transistions between the different parts is what I like the most :D.

This is one of the best cinematic tracks I've listened to on here. Is it for something like a game or movie or did you just make it for fun? It really is amazing.

Easy 5 stars :D.


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Veneox responds:

That's amazing to hear. To be honest I couldn't tell if it would fit more with a movie compared to a game. The slow parts seem more cinematic while the strong fast theme seems more like it would be a game.

In the end I made it for fun, wanting to try out a more despair and haunting theme.

Thanks ;}