evil circus music...
this sounds like it could be the theme for some kind of haunted evil circus flash kind of thing with evil dead clowns dancing in the background with sharp teeth and wicked grins on their faces or something. wow, from listening to this for a min and a half i was able to think about that crazy stuff. nice
I reckon I tend to enjoy atmospheric music more than I do with the general kind. I cant give 10/10 as that would be too bias of me but it does deserve 8/10 since I enjoyed it so.
Thinking about it, music which enables me to use my imagination in such a way is amongst my favorites (Yeah, im a bit introverted). I ask you can make more, there isnt enough out there. Also I respect your inspirations!
This is so morbid... mmmmm...
Really similar to Dark Woods Circus by Vocaloid (you can search that up on youtube) in my opinion. That creepy carnival vibe you know.
Btw, sweet title manzx.
Sounds like something out of a carnival or like the opening to a game or movie, very professional stuff, like the dude below said, its very original :) Make it longer though dude :P Great stuff, keep it up.
I'd have to see the claymation to understand how this piece works. In my opinion the grindy electronic sounds in the background are too loud and distract from the somewhat limited orchestral experience, but I like the originality- I've never heard anything like this on NG. Well done!
I appreciate your review and respect your choice of score. Just to justify myself, the "grindy electronic sounds" was what I was going for. The claymation is more along the lines of a morbid story of two siblings being eaten by monsters that live under their home. Tim Burton, as you may know of, is a huge inspiration to me with his animations and Danny Elfman's music is wonderful in all of Burton's films. I'm sorry if it doesn't necessarily fit under the category of classical, but it was the only genre remotely close than the others. I must say thanks though. I generously respect any criticism. Thanks for your review.
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