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Uploaded
Oct 28, 2013 | 4:53 PM EDT
File Info
Song
2.7 MB
2 min 19 sec
Score
4.16 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

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

Score:
Rated 4.16 / 5 stars
Plays & Downloads:
750 Plays | 22 Downloads
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Genres:
Other - Experimental
Tags:
noise
saz
halloween2013
postindustrial

Author Comments

Well, this is my entry for Halloween this year. After all the melodic shit I've written since the release of my album, it was good to do something like this again. Seriously, feels gooood to know I can still make music like this.

I used samples that I created and you might not be able to figure this out, but TWO of the samples were created using my chogur saz, not just 1.

DAW: FL Studio

Instruments: Chogur Saz

Reviews


TheNegativeIonTheNegativeIon

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Well I like how it starts out with that static noise, but I think it should've faded out at some point and have been cut out from :59 on; it just kinda started getting annoying to me. Nonetheless, it was pretty good for a halloween song. I especially liked the percussion.


Rahmemhotep responds:

Honestly, that's not bad advice. Rather good advice really, but I kept it in for depth and discord.

Thanks about the percussion. The samples I used for that were some I didn't even know I had and I love how it helped bring out the kind of feel I wanted.

Thank you for the review!


8-bitheroes8-bitheroes

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is a cool eery track, has a strong sense of mystery to it. Its about the right length too, i think any longer and it would feel too repetitive. I'm not sure what a chogur is? do you mean a cougar? if so that's a pretty unique idea. All in all this isn't the kind of thing i would listen to but it deffinitly serves the purpose it was made for (halloween)


Rahmemhotep responds:

Chogur Saz is a plucked, fretted Turkish instrument that is a little brother of the Baglama Saz (Chogur = kisa sap baglama and Baglama = uzun sap baglama). Check out the Wikipedia article titled 'Baglama' for more information.

Thanks for your input!