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2.7 MB
2 min 0 sec
4.16 / 5.00

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Fact: some subsonic sounds make you feel scared. If you liked this, check out Haunted!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Cool music

They used this music on a flash game called "Old Mario Bros"


Rated 5 / 5 stars


If you dont mind, I am working on an Alice in Wonderland vid, its of course a scary version, and I love this song.. i have a list of song I am trying to decide what to use and I think yours is the best out of all, so if you dont mind me using your song at all lemme know! ^_^

10/10 5/5

Rig responds:

Go right ahead, just make sure to credit me ;P


Rated 5 / 5 stars


this made me seriously uneasy when i listened to it .... good job....

now if you'd excuse me im going to get a hug now

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Rig responds:



Rated 5 / 5 stars


wow this does make me kinda creeped out, like the whole time mine spine keep getting chills


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hits you simply and subtly with its intricacy

The music box type sound is so fitting, the bassed up reverberations that feel like they shouldn't be there, and that classic sense of unease of the endless melody is, well it's good stuff.

I really love the overlay of the single emphasized notes, especially how they echo here and there. It's like you're tricking us into making constant, brief, almost forgettable little notices of what's off to our left -a side most people aren't as comfortable with, being right handed.

OF COURSE, I listen with headphones so the effect is strong to me but I imagine someone with surround would find this extra creepy too... their imagination can chillingly fill the void where their acute directional perception would falter. Interestingly, being slightly left-centered (left-handed) I think I sometimes perceive things in a "left" vs "both" ear sense. So that might be why I notice the way the sounds come off a little different on the left than the right.

In any case these little details really draw my interest. You seem like someone who puts a lot of thought into choosing and balancing the sounds you use and I have a lot of respect for what you do.

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