Ice Cavern

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A song I wrote back in 2011 it was ment for an rpg game but I doubt it will ever be finished since we started working on a new project.
Made with Reason 6 (propellerhead)
instruments : bass,bells,synths, conga, timpani, shaker, choir, strings, violin

-Update - I fixed the loop it should loop better now :)

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Really nice! Great atmosphere, and it seems to capture the "ice" theme exceptionally well. I agree with Elitistinen on the choir; like if it were just a slight touch louder. I mean, it's almost there, but it would just add that extra impact at the end there. Do you mind if I use this in a speed paint video? Full credit and a link to your Newgrounds page would be given.

Mattashi responds:

Thanks for your review! and you can use my song in your video :)

Reminds me a lot of Chronotrigger's Schala's Theme. Not a bad thing, because I like that song, and this song is sufficiently different to still be original. I like the congas. They're nice and sharp. Good bright sounding mix. There could be some more base to it imao. It doesn't loop perfectly. I think that's easy to fix. Too bad the game won't be finished. Hopefully someone else will use it for something good. I'd love play a game that goes with this song.

Mattashi responds:

Yeah I've noticed the bad looping, I'll fix it soon.
Thanks for the review :)

Wonderful musicflow. Perhaps the choir a tiny bit louder is better but this is just my own opinion. Well done!

Very well done. The depth in the lead melody sounds like it is resonating throughout a cavern. The instruments used give a "icey" feeling and flow very nicely. I can't find anything to critique, this is very well done.

Mattashi responds:

Thanks for the review :)

Excellent song, sir.

Mattashi responds:

Thanks man!

Credits & Info


3.20 / 5.00

Jan 10, 2013
11:14 AM EST
Video Game
File Info
4.8 MB
2 min 37 sec

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.