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Deb You Say? - Worm Filled Caves

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Credits & Info

Uploaded
Nov 12, 2016 | 6:52 PM EST
File Info
Song
7.8 MB
4 min 18 sec
Score
5.00 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Score:
Rated 5.00 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
686 Plays | 10 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Video Game
Tags:
game
synth
caves
atmospheric

Author Comments

This is an upload from another moniker of mine that I thought you might enjoy. Probably the most atmospheric piece I've composed.

I care very deeply about what happens to this song, so I'm setting the copyright so no one can do anything with it. However, if you do want to use it in a project, send me a PM with some details about the project and if I'll consider allowing you to use it.

Made with:
Acid Pro 7 (DAW)
Curve 2 (VST)
Tone2 Firebird (VST)
Cymbal from the Acid Pro loop library

In case you couldn't tell what was being said at the end:

We're almost there.
The brightest light is ahead.
Wake up (go, go, go)
Open your eyes.
Welcome to the new world.

If you want to download it as a .wav, .ogg, or format beside mp3:
https://debyousay.bandcamp.com/album/clouds-in-the-faces-2

Reviews


DelitescentAriaDelitescentAria

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Atmospheric it is indeed.

From the beginning, I knew this would have a new-wavy feel to it. I wasn't wrong.

It started off pretty well, I saw the atmosphere you were picking up. Liked the little mute effect you had on your main lead. Nice melody, well structured.

At 0:52, the bass (I'm assuming) came in. It was a little weird at first. Maybe because it didn't match the main lead too much? I'm not an expert. Something felt off.

This odd feeling stayed with me up until the 2:03 mark. Just something about your bass felt off. Maybe it was your lead that you had put on a certain pattern of notes? I would suggest staying in the same notes, although, again, I'm not an expert.

2:50. Boy. I had a certain apprehension when the SFX came in, but you picked up what you did earlier pretty well. Nice and smooth segment after.

Until the end, it was odd. Not in a bad sense. I don't know what kind of feeling you tried to install with this song, but for me it was definitely unsettling. Those vocals were creeping up on me. Again, don't know if that was intentional, but that's what it gave off.

Overall, pretty good atmosphere you got there. Creepy, but good.

Hope this helped. ^-^


Maverickmode responds:

Thanks for the review. The feeling I was going for wasn't exactly creepy (until the end), more like mysterious and ethereal, dreamlike. Creepy is pretty close to that though, so I'll take it haha!
I agree, the bass is kind of contrasted against the lead, but that was sort of intentional. I would like to soften it up a little by lowering the low pass filter cutoff, but unfortunately I can no longer access the project file. :(
Anyway, thanks for the review, and I'm glad it made you feel stuff!