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I am one of the 11 people who favorited this song. I really like the style and this song just seems to grow on me over time. I'm glad it got front-paged or else I probably never would have found it. (And it's taken me this long to make a review haha.) This is going in a game I'm making on Scratch (assuming you know what that is) as the map music, mwahahahaha!

trevor8 responds:

haha, i can't wait to see the game! thanks!

There were many intricate styles incorporated in this song which managed to work out really nicely! Another one of the greats!

trevor8 responds:

thanks!

I’m not sure how you keep pumping out these tracks, and they’re all bangers of course and just super fun to listen to one after the other. However, I also am beginning to notice that your style of music restricts variation to a certain degree; it kind of feels like all of your songs blend together, which is a double edged sword in my opinion. On the one hand, this is a very unique style of music and, if someone is looking for it specifically, you’re the only one who makes it properly consistently. On the other hand, if they’re looking for literally anything else, there isn’t much else to find. The reason I say this is because there’s a very tricky balance between variety and still keeping a baseline, and I also have been trying very hard to strike it. At first, I was solely trance/dance/techno, as indicated by the first 25 or so songs on my account. Then I decided I’d go completely off the rails after I released Wyoming and experiment with literally everything including discordant jazz, real instruments, remixing classical pieces (and remixing in general), and dissonant chords (note: I think you’d be really good at jazz music, but that’s just me). After that jazz thing I made I decided to tone it down and just start returning to my roots in the form of more electronic music, and I think I’ve found a happy medium at this point (subject to change). Point is, variety is the spice of life, and it would be really cool to see you try other genres or major variations on your favorite genre. Thanks for reading!

trevor8 responds:

thank you so much, i always love your analyses! i am definitely a creature of habit and branching out of my comfort zone has always been difficult. i consider everything on here as work in progress, and hopefully refinement? i am trying not to be cheap or redundant, but i absolutely agree that i have a cycle of about four or five types of sound design that i gravitate toward and it does keep me awake at night wondering if it is all blurring and what comes next. i have thought about taking a hiatus sometimes to sort of gain some perspective and space, but then i get really neurotic that i'll lose something in the process, or become preoccupied with something else entirely? sorry, i am kind of just wondering aloud here. anyways, i really appreciate your time and consideration.

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Votes
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Score
4.53 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jan 19, 2022
12:44 AM EST
Genre
Video Game
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Song
3.7 MB
2 min 41 sec

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