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Apr 22, 2011 | 11:59 PM EDT
File Info
14.6 MB
10 min 36 sec
2.39 / 5.00

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Rated 2.39 / 5 stars
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475 Plays | 20 Downloads
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Electronic - Ambient

Author Comments

So, this is sort of a place holder for the time being. I decided to enter some random contest in a moment of drunkenness 30 minutes ago. Don't listen to it yet.

UPDATE 1: A better soundfont has been used. I'll see what I do next, next.

UPDATE DOS: I've turned the earbleed factor at 9:33 down one notch. I need to change out the clarinet samples, but it won't do any good at this bitrate. 161MB WAV file BAH. Impossible to make clarinet sound good at 196kbps. I also need to actually put the accelerando in. I do it by hand during playback but it's such a pain in the ass program it in with the cheap software I use. It really makes the song though. Also, this song should only be listened to while intoxicated or it won't make sense. I've forgotten the other thing I was going to say.

UPDATE TREES: Happy Earth Day everyone! Okay, so I've had another couple drinks and listened to this on loop longer than anyone else ever will. Then, I realized this song like every other song I listen to at this BAC is PERFECT. Fluid Revision 3 Soundfont and all. EXCEPT FOR THE SLOW CLARINETS. I'm not drunk enough to think that works. But I am drunk enough to imagine the accerlerando. Let's imagine it together. Now I'm going to fall asleep with this atrocity on loop.

UPDATE 4: So, this song sounds just as bland as the last time I listened to it sober. It came out of an attempt to emulate the sort of dull boring music I think is all too popular in the Newgrounds Audio Portal. And it failed to do that. Unfortunately, I think EVERYTHING sounds great when I'm drinking, and I opened this up at the time. So instead of letting it die like so many of my better tunes do, I expanded it from four measures to a lot of measures. I really don't think it's worth the time to resample using a better library or fix any of the other mistakes in it when I've got better projects lying around. I apologize to the NAC sweeper judges for submitting this abomination as well as anyone else that listens to it.


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