Share Download this song

Author Comments

I recorded this piece using a Korg Triton Le, Sonar 5 Producer Edition, and an Edirol UA-20.
Oh, and Goldwave.

All audio by me.

This is my first submission to NG for literally years.
I've recently been accepted into my university choice for next year, and this piece was on the disc.
This is some sort of electro downtempo.

I can't be arsed to write anything properly so... prhppp.

Log in / sign up to vote & review!

Newgrounds accounts are free and registered users see fewer ads!


This is really great! I like all the different types of sound elements.

fredtherealist responds:

Thanks alot! I haven't checked my account for ages, and it turns out alot of people like this. Thanks for the feedback dude.


awesome, i play the piano, and i dream of composing something like this! you inspired me a lot!

fredtherealist responds:

That's great to hear dude, thanks for the feedback! :D

Zomby kitty approves ,.,., ';..;' ,.,.,

Finally something original, new, and unique. And not only that.... its actually good... very good as a matter of fact. After listening to thousands of track, from all genres, this is the first one that is tuned to my brain frequency, and yet does not belong to any category I can thing of. ITS GOOD

fredtherealist responds:

Cheers Zomby Kitty. How about a saucer of undead cream?


Wow, that sound very very professional and the chords etc. are very very very gooad!
I like this song. I've just heard it once, but I like it nevertheless!
May I ask what software you use?

fredtherealist responds:

The software is in the description. Thanks for the feedback man. :D

I quite like this!

This song has a great rhythm. The instruments suit the song well, especially the backing piano, although the song can be a little repetitive at times. The way it just fades out at the end almost like the beginning adds a nice finishing touch.

Well done!

Credits & Info

4.44 / 5.00

May 16, 2008
3:32 PM EDT
File Info
2.3 MB
2 min 34 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.