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Rupert (summer teaser)

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May 18, 2012 | 7:18 PM EDT
File Info
1.5 MB
1 min 37 sec
4.15 / 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 4.15 / 5 stars
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453 Plays | 17 Downloads
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Electronic - Ambient

Author Comments

This is only a teaser on something that I am working on that I will be finished after my exams because I don't really have much time to complete it.

I hope you enjoy it and that you can wait patiently until the full song is complete. All feedback is encouraged.... Somefin Imp-portal.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Yeah - u need to make this a faster beat - also - this is way more video gamish - than ambient. So u know maybe add more reverb and change the pluck to make it sound more "out there."

Peagy responds:

I don't believe a faster beat is what this song need since it isn't supposed to build up to some drop or anything. However it does need a change in momentum (which can give the same effect as increased beat tempo without needing to change it). I'm not quite sure what you mean about making it sound more "out there".

Thank you very much for reviewing my work, makes my job a whole lot easier :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hey! I think this is pretty rad. For some reason I instantly imagined this as the background music for a scrolling video game. When that new instrument comes in around :35, I found that tonal dissonance engaging (it feels like different keys for the two parts). Interested to hear the full version. I wonder if there is ever a tempo change? This might sound cool with a faster beat. Keep up the good work! -- K.C.

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Peagy responds:

Thank you very much for the review:)
I don't think that a fast tempo/beat would benefit to this song, but rather a change in momentum. The tonal dissonance you are talking about might occur because I don't play the same keys at the same time for both the guitar-banjo since they don't have the same "role" in the song. The banjo is more leading than the echoed guitar hence it has a more intricate note variation and is played at a faster pace. But thank you for your advice, I will take it into account when I work on finishing the song :)