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Canal Dwellers

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Uploaded
Apr 8, 2017 | 7:26 PM EDT
File Info
Song
8.1 MB
3 min 32 sec
Score
2.00 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 2.00 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Video Game
Tags:
dark
techno
water
intense

Author Comments

A remake of a very old song, Sea Spirits, to practice production and to see how my style has changed. It ended coming out so different I had to change the body of water it related to, it's more like a murky city canal than a vast expanse of ocean. Treat this like level music, it's supposed to capture the mood of a place in that same way (and it sounds like it should be in a video game anyway).

Reviews


Desuone88Desuone88

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Im like in this build up interesting way too enhanced more and more.
Too improved this hmm i think much on that and some parts you know you can make 1st note make expossure i mean volume up some accent alike i think that should do this in dynamic and not interfering on concept in this track.
I think you already very good in whats you done already if you can improve well for me its not much space you can improved mixing and other stuff for me at least you making on good level. Well maybe are something i cant see so others maybe see it but for me its really ok. Good work.


Kalviter responds:

Cheers for the feedback! Yeah, dynamics are something I slack on, I'll work towards putting them in future songs.


AzulJazzAzulJazz

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Hi, the mix of the drums sounds good, but i think this song is a little bit too loud and too dissonant harmony for me, however, good work!


Kalviter responds:

The dissonant harmony thing is fair enough, but I'm really confused by the too loud part. This song was produced with way more headroom than I normally work with, which I got by having all of the instruments play much quieter than they normally would. I'm glad you like the drum mix though, and thanks for the feedback!