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FLS(Demo) - The Light

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Uploaded
Apr 24, 2016 | 3:13 PM EDT
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Song
18.5 MB
8 min 5 sec
Score
3.87 / 5.00

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Rated 3.87 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
Tags:
the
light
ambient
chill

Author Comments

No. 16

This is my first professional sounding track, thanks to one of the best tutorials I have found on the internet on ambient music I made this...

It's pretty repetitive and only uses a few percussion instruments, a piano, some 3xOscillators and a modified touch of nature GMS preset, but it sounds professional!

Hopefully I'll be able to make music like this but with a bit more imagination and variety in the future...

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wickedsmokewickedsmoke

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

keep on going man. its very relaxing and soothing. the beginning gives me like a "bramble blast" vibe. if you're unfamiliar, its a song from an old game, and it was really nice and peaceful song. I think that sidechained sounding flute type whistle is a little too loud, i think you should blend it in to the background a little more, or have it fading in some spots and out others. i imagine can this song in a game or some other type of media with the character in some type of dream state or in a trippy drug scene maybe


Doublechindoge7 responds:

Thanks! I did use maximus on the sidechain to quieten the higher more jarring frequencies, but I understand that I need to do more...

Really nice to see someone cares enough to give structured feedback on my work already, I mean I'm only 13 and I really just do FLS when I can't be bothered to continue building levels on GD and I'm bored of everything else...

Also, my brother said it'd fit a game too, maybe if I get a proper coding software and learn how to use it (Because game design is my main ambition, believe it or not... Not music, though I do enjoy making music too...) I'll look back on this and use it for a soundtrack...