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Breezy - VN

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I was asked to make a few tracks for a friend's visual novel game while in college.


Like most songs that were asked of me I don't think I've seen the actual game or even know it's title. It's like some weird curse that my friends and I forget to mention whenever we hang out. From what I was told at the time it was going to be some sort of visual novel about gender stuff but I don't know anything past that.


I was asked for 4 tracks and this one was the first one I made. It was just your typical happy kinda song and I think I did a decent job. By this time I had bought a SNES sounding sample thing called MagicalBox and I wanted to try it out. It was a fairly decent investment because I use it for nearly everything game related and I highly recommend checking it out.


I think a few hours after I just gave this to my friend as a general idea and it got an OK immediately so that was a nice surprise. It's a shame I never found out what actually happened to the game.


The only thing of note that I can remember about this song is that I was studying the "royal road progression" and a few of it's variations around this time so I've somewhat cemented it into my musical vocabulary. For the B section here I just used a variation of that IV > V > iii > vi chord progression and turned it into a IV > IV > I/6 > VI7 kinda thing which sounds nice. Always end on ii > V > I of course.


Other than that it's just a nice track I made one day.


Seriously check this out (if you have Kontakt):

https://www.toysounds.com/en/index.html

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Mar 27, 2021
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1 min 30 sec
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