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Electronic Track depicting post-apocalyptic wastelands

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Kinda creepy

But that's the point, isn't it?

Great song.

Excelent

reminds me of those countless hours spent adventuring the capitol wasteland

bravo my friend bravo
(still dont know what that means but i think its good)

very evil sounding 10pts

would be neat if it was in a game which had some large city deserted
after a lethal major catastrophy that is unseen before, and no one knows what's coming after that event, but the thing would be certain that more victims apears many days after the event. and propably phonelines and internet and stuff gone totally blank, except short radios and civilian electronics and some vehicles.
BUT, mostly things would be gone to "DESERTED WASTELAND" without actual sand
needed of course, more of looks of abandon-war-wrecked city.

I have a question:

Have you ever thought about writing music for video games? I would definitely love to play games with sound like this and from listening to your work I get the feeling that you could create an effect through your music that would not only be sweet to listen to, but would also dramatically increase the impact that an area would have on you.

ArtificialFear responds:

It's always been a dream of mine to write film scores and/or write music for video games, so yes! Thanks for the nice words!

Alone...

I can easily picture an alone guy, in the middle of an empty city devastated by chaos. What an amazing song. I think you really achieved what you wanted, it really sounds like "post-apocalyptic wastelands" to me.

ArtificialFear responds:

Thanks for the feedback!

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Uploaded
May 1, 2011
7:27 PM EDT
Genre
Ambient
File Info
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4.6 MB
5 min 5 sec

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