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Apr 26, 2007 | 12:15 PM EDT
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3.8 MB
3 min 52 sec
4.40 / 5.00

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Rated 4.40 / 5 stars
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Well this was a request from quite a while ago - to whoever requested it -hope u like it!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very beautiful. :)
It reminds a lot of some of the music from the "Secret of Mana/Seiken Densetsu" series for the Super Nintendo (one of the best RPGs ever for the Snes)
I love it! :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

so let's recap - it's been over a year now - chronamut no longer submits here, but he is uploading stuff other places, new remasters mixes etc- you can hear chronamut music now in 2 places:

1) Soundcloud:

2) Youtube:

continuing the experience..



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I don't know why but...

For some reason I think this is from Okami. I think I'm wrong, but it just sounds soooo familiar during certain parts. But it is a very soothing song :)

Chronamut responds:

yeah I still have no idea..

thanks for the review!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


Its as if your walking through Traverse Town. Nice man, I think of Kingdom Hearts.
Keep up the good work!

Chronamut responds:

I think you reviewed the wrong song dude :P

but neways..

thanks for the review!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


The piano sounds a bit mechanical, especially compared to your usual piano. Maybe it's just the range, like using the exact same piano for both treble and bass, instead of a usual treble for treble and bass for bass? Anyways, the string is nice with good dynamics, although in my mind it could do with being a tad louder for the string-piano dynamic balance. I also realized that at the start of your oboe, or whatever instrument it is, sometimes you hear the sound that would be that of the player tonguing, which is a realistic effect, although you usually cannot hear the tonguing of the instrument unless it is a bad player. Overall this is another great piece from the mut of Chrona.

Jeeze I've been busy lately, we'll see how many reviews I can fit in around my busywork. I will try for at LEAST 3 right now, although who can be sure?


Chronamut responds:

I used a different piano for this that's why - and focused too much on the high end - it's a problem when you listen to something for a very long time - low ends start to feel muddy so you feel the need to make everything more high end.

the strings are just there for accompaniment :)

and sometiems it's nice to even put those bad effects in.

thanks for the review!