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the meaning of this song is up to your interpretation. i would like to know what you think.


Great song! The melody is good, the chords sound great, it all goes really well together. It sounds something that would be in Minecraft: Volume Beta. That's not a bad thing, it sounds really nice.

johnfn responds:

Thank you homchom! ^_^

Sir.... You are a marvelous artist. When I listen to a lot of your music it makes me think of a more modernized version of a piece that would belong in a game like Proteus or something more balanced around it's music and scenery... or a 2D platformer of sorts. (Sorry for the gaming focused review but I play a lot of video games.)

johnfn responds:

Yeah! Totally get it, it's the chiptune stuff flying all over the place. I actually used to be very video game focused when writing music. Nowadays I just use chiptune elements for no real reason other than that I have been before.

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The chords are very soothing, and the slow start of the piece really adds to the emotion. As always, I loved the melodies and atmospheric space. The beat that comes in at 1:53 was quite unexpected, although I really like how it gives it a bit more energy there. Around 2:35 - 3:15, there were some eccentric harmonies which I wasn't really sure what to make of. I think they really add a new dimension to the interpretation of the song, which I suppose is a good thing. The kick at 3:29 felt a little out-of-place. Maybe you could transition into 3:45 similarly to how you transitioned into 1:53. I like how the beat at 1:53 is mixed and distorted so that it almost seems "hidden," although you didn't do that with the beat at 3:45. Perhaps you should, at least until 4:17. I think it will be fitting with the style of the piece. The glitch-y transition leading into 4:16 felt really climactic and cool, though, and I love the bit at 4:17. Overall, excellent work as always, Johnfn! This one is probably my favorite of the 3 pieces you've submitted in the last 24 hours.

johnfn responds:

Thanks! You have a lot of really good suggestions and ideas. I especially like the idea of reintroducing the filtered beat rather than just bringing in the kick for the buildup, that's probably something I'll do in the future. I have to say though, I'm confused that you say this one is your favorite but you give the other one a higher score!

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4.53 / 5.00

Jan 18, 2014
10:37 PM EST
File Info
4.8 MB
5 min 13 sec

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