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Rain of distant lands

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This is not supposed to be a song song, more of background music. Moodscape if you will. It's soft, and yet has a firm flow to it. Some mismatches yes. I hope you will enjoy it though. WARNING: By the way, if you feel the need to comment, please do. CONSTRUCTIVE criticism is recommended. If you are a noob who feels flaming, making stupid comments, and breaking down hope is funny, your comment will be easily disregarded. =) When you flame stupidity, you display your ignorance. You ignorant nooblet. ^_^

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i like it

its like i can picture something evil in the forest watching me and coming for me lol

WarlordXMaster responds:

Oooo. I never thought of it that way. O.O That is a cool analogy.

Good background song

This is a great nackground song, on the track of Matt Uelmen, but it somewhat reminded me of the Burmecian theme of FF IX (probably because of the rain, though). It was well made, the melody flowed very soothingly, just like any atmospheric song should sound like. The ending was a bit creepy, all of the sounds sort of created a feeling of eeriness. Anyway, it's a very good song, I hope you'll make more. Congratulations!

WarlordXMaster responds:

Thank you very much, if by any chance you know where I can get more loops of ambient pieces, let me know. =) Hehe, it's funny how this sounds different to everyone and let's everyone picture their own thing. Once again thank you.

A bit mismatched

Started off okay, but then the melody comes in at 40 seconds-ish and doesn't really match the chords at all. Occasionally it does match, but occasionally theres a huge dud note in there. That and the transitions are a bit sharp, the lead drops out to hard at the end of a sequence and cuts it to pieces.

Good in theory, but the melody doesn't match the pads at all at places, and this sounds pretty awful.

WarlordXMaster responds:

Yeah...a couple of things, yes this doesn't match in some areas, I agree with that. But for the overall it seems people like it. So to kinda bluntly say "sounds pretty awful" instead of a more positive way such as, "Good in theory, although some places don't match, it was decent. Just keep working on it." Kinda makes you look bad. After hearing your work, and comparing scores, I can safely say that you need just as much work for your problems of "not going anywhere with it." Think before you type please in a more constructive manner. Thank you. =) And by the way, your....lesser comment will be disregarded. Even the guy below you was more constructive. =)

it is very nice

it is not bad
the thing is
when I hear sound of nature like rain and storms with music it is peaceful
your music is good but it didn't blend well, it had no sense of calmness to it
try using softer music in the background like the sound of pan pipes or something
listen to rainforest magic by Tony O'Connor
that might explain what i am trying to say
apologies if I sound rude I just never good at english

WarlordXMaster responds:

Thanks for the feedback, I don't know if you already knew this, but not all moodscapes have a calmness to them. Enigma for example. Songs like Beyond the invisible and I love you I'll kill you, don't exactly blend. It's more of a tense version. Something you hear in a video game, or like I said, an abstract concept of moodscapes. And no, you are not being rude, I totally appreciate it. And I will look for the more calming effect. Those pan pipes would be nice. =) I also have to download new soundpacks, my computer was destroyed so I lost them all. =(

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Jun 20, 2008
3:30 AM EDT
File Info
7.2 MB
3 min 57 sec

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