Stone Tower Temple

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So, I'm looking for advice on the mix since I've been listening to this for too long while working on it. Anything need a EQ tweak?

This is my tribute to the Stone Tower Temple (from Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask) and it's theme. I initially wanted to go in a more straightforward direction and ended up making this mystical sound. I wanted to put a bit of the ominous feeling back into the song, so I made a sound that is supposed to sound like the clocks in Clock Town.

Instruments used: Divan Saz, Chogur Saz, Voice, Nutshell Shaker, 5 String Electric Bass Guitar

DAWs: Audacity, FL Studio 9


I'm honestly shocked that this doesn't have more attention. This is amazingly done. I love the dark ambient feel you incorporated into this. And it feels all drunken and evil. I can just imagine link succumbing to the temple while the moaning ambience consumes him. I'm super stoked about this song. Please keep it up.

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Rahmemhotep responds:

Well, hey! Spread it around, man! I don't get attention mostly due to a complete lack of advertisement, lol. I've got this up on Youtube as well. My channel there has the same name as here.

This is fantastic. The mixing is incredible! The instruments all sound wonderful and I love the atmospherics you added. It's honestly impeccable. The only tweak I'd make is to MAYBE turn the bass up a bit. I think it might be getting a little overshadowed by everything else going on and the bass line sounds really good. That's really the only thing I could think to change. Amazing work!

Rahmemhotep responds:

Dude, I totally agree about the bass. If I remember correctly, I either couldn't turn the bass up due to overall dB limitations or I thought it sounded loud enough in my headphones. Can't remember which.

Thanks for the review!

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4.80 / 5.00

Apr 14, 2014
9:49 AM EDT
Video Game
File Info
3.2 MB
2 min 49 sec

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