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Tripleton - Dawn (Acoustic)

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Jan 9, 2014 | 1:07 AM EST
File Info
2.7 MB
1 min 10 sec
2.25 / 5.00

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Rated 2.25 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Ambient

Author Comments

Hey everybody, it's Tripleton. I was recently playing Minecraft and I couldn't help but admire its beautiful OST. So I hopped off my game and right onto FL Studio and made this.

As you can judge by the title, I was trying out something new with nothing but acoustic soundfonts. I wanted to use all of the instruments available (which was just a variety of guitars, pianos and strings) and create a mixture of melodies.

Low and behold, here is its (somewhat) final form!

Thank you for listening. :)

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

I like the emotion and simplicity. The progression seems a little arbitrary, though. I did like the instruments and mood. It could use a bit more of playing with structuring and dynamic contrast, though. I personally wouldn't regard this piece as in "its (somewhat) final form." It has potential, though, and I think you should keep working on it. Keep it up! ;)


Rated 3 / 5 stars

You set up some brilliant atmosphere with the synth in the background, but your piano and guitar arrangement needs some work. The rhythm and flow is a big jagged and the piano itself sounds very fragmented. A song like this needs more flow, more natural feeling - that way the audience is taken willingly for a journey and isn't being pulled along for the ride instead.

Mixing could also use some work, but on the whole, I think you've got a firm idea about what you're doing and what it is you intend to do with this type of music. It does indeed have a very Minecraft-y vibe about it, and that's never a bad thing. I could see it being a song in a Minecraft-esque game or anything with an air of zen about it.

Good job, keep up the work.

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