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Apr 8, 2011 | 9:04 AM EDT
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3.2 MB
2 min 21 sec
4.24 / 5.00

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This is the theme song I wrote for Azurefish.

It's the fist time I've done any major recording for a song, but 90% of the sounds I ended up using I made myself. There's even a few vocal parts! :3

The stringed instrument is a ukulele and the drum in the ending half is a dumbek. The high flute instrument is a pennywhistle and I think I made everyone in my apartment complex angry when I was recording it, haha.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

The title is quite apropos: smooth and subtle, richly complex without being demanding.
The dumbek (which is a very fun word) adds a sultry bit of attention-grabbing, like a dancer who does a little solo to remind a distracted man that he's there to watch, not brood.
And now that I know the song's title, it makes me crave fried bananas. Which I haven't even eaten in over a decade.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hell yes.

I was expecting another one of those "ambient" pieces I so often hear that feature complex melody lines, like trance. But your song is ambient for real, it isn't trying to tell me a story or have me feel a certain way (well, it does but it doesn't feel forced). It just is there in the background and lets me choose whether I should try to listen more closely to its sounds or just go on with my business.

The dumbek part has a life of it's own though, because the steady rhythm breaks the ambient feeling and catches my attentention (i.e distracting, because I start dancing). But you're pretty quick to counteract this with the whistle and bringing the ambience back.

I haven't played Azurefish yet, but I imagine the combination of the ambience and the dumbek work very well in a game. Keep up the good work =)

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