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Night Flyer ~ Elevated Love

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Jul 23, 2010 | 12:29 AM EDT
File Info
4 MB
3 min 27 sec
4.19 / 5.00

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

Rated 4.19 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

First of all: TURN UP THE VOLUME. You won't regret it.

This song is heavily inspired by the Touhou style of music, bringing in instruments that involve the listener into the piece. Imagine yourself by a running river late at night, with a bright crescent moon above you, and deep forest to either side of the stream of water. Raucous spirits of the night fly past overhead, goading you push forward to figure out more of the mystery...

If this kind of music isn't your thing, though, maybe you'll like the game(s) it will be used in...



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


You really captured the Touhou feel. I mean, after listening to you ramble on about his midi music, I understand how you did... But still, it sounds great, and could totally work for our game, if no one else is using it. I kinda wished you hadn't put it up here, so no one would dilute it by using it in a crummy flash, or in a good one where it doesn't fit in.

Back to my actual review, I love it. Trumpets are great, and I like how you've been using that new keyboard of yours. Hopefully, you'll spin a great web of masterpieces with such divine instruments at your disposal. Can't wait to hear more, but... make sure you don't spend 5 billion years on it, and if you can't think of anything, just quit for a while, and get back to it.

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firemaker60 responds:

Ah, worry not, for I'll be sure to watch whoever uses this song. As for using my keyboard, I only used it for chords. Heh, I'm not good enough to actually play 32nd notes on a piano yet. I'll also try to work on getting ZUN-like speed and see if I can finish a song in four hours...

But yes, thanks for the review, and with these divine instruments, I'll basically be like a god armed with a piano and a trumpet...