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==(Serene Submersion)==

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The entire point of this song is that it just never stops descending. Yet somehow the end is no lower than the beginning.

The chord progression is constantly descending and eventually becomes a kind of Shepard tone (sonic barber's pole): Em7 - Ebmaj7 - Dm7 - Dbmaj7 - Cm7 - etc, without ever resolving. The bassline is a more standard Shepard tone: a descending chromatic scale.

Mostly an experiment/proof of concept, haven't really worked too much with this but I might as well publish it.

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Very nice. Newgrounds needs more music like this :D

Since I'm a sucker for a good chord progression AND a Math nerd obsessed with sequences and patterns, I totally dig this. It's like taking the tensor product of my two favourite worlds and raising it to power over 9000!!

Oh well, thanks for conducting this "experiment". Hope to hear more things from you along these lines.

I really liked this and I used it in a video if that was cool with you, I enjoy the descending into the blue infinite... thumbs up and 5 stars!
i will send you the link soon just PM me.

Mn this is some good material you have there...

whooowwww bro, groovy tune man.

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Buoy
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Aug 6, 2012
5:05 PM EDT
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Experimental
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6.5 MB
2 min 51 sec

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