Rather interesting song. It flows together well from one motion to the next, and succeeds at giving off a darker vibe, with low notes beating as a heart would, as well as the animalistic "growl" that you can hear in it, listen from 1:04 to 1:07 and you can hear a nice example of this.
It sounds like it would be a decent background music if the volume was turned down a little, to emphasize the beats. It would also play out well as a title screen I feel, if the tone of the game was correct.
One place where it does fail is that it on loop, it feels like the music is a few seconds too short, and the buildup in the beginning is lost on loop. This could be mitigated by using a fade out-fade in for the loop, and perhaps adding in a second or two of dead space between the loop.
I hear what you mean. the manipulation of the beat really doesn't articulate all to much. the fact is that all drums them selves were on the same pattern, and i just cut and pasted the beginning of the drum pattern, over a few times. for some added effect. ware it failed was when i started to fade out-fade in right away after that, and threw out the rest of the beat I never let the pattern play out once in its entirety. From beginning to end.
From a conscious scientific stand point, this would give a chaotic perception to the listener.
Perhaps in order for the psyche to decipher sound as music, their needs to be a base understanding from memory of the pattern that persists, before articulation can occur. otherwise its just simply considered noise.
While the melody was played out from beginning to end, the notes are kinda short and yes could be lengthened for more depth.
a few moments of dead space between each loop\pattern is a technique that makes all the drums sound off beat. and not syncopated.This is because they are all on the same time frame. However, when i separate the pattern and play them in different sections of the beat, at different intervals with moments of dead space between each interval. the overall flow and articulation of the song improves.
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