Drifting Galaxies

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This is r e a l l y beautiful. I just don't imagine galaxies drifting away from each other... this is very fitting to the endings of tragic fantasy films and budgeted video games. The high pitched pad synths added an extra layer of atmosphere. Though, technically there 'is no' chord progression, the uncertain sequence of notes is enough to make this composition has its own indescribable aura.

10 / 5 stars. One of the most beautiful songs I ever heard in my laif.

LawnReality responds:

Thanks! I'm happy you like it.

Absolutely beautiful. You know how to craft a world. I recognize some of these sounds from your other works, which is neat. The mixing and reverb add an aura of quality.

I don't want to hear 'wub wub wub' from you, but I'd like to hear something not dreamy or soundtracky from you, just for kicks. Like a video game song. Or a pop song. Just something cool, to get you out of your comfort zone. You would benefit from it.

LawnReality responds:

Interesting! I'll keep that idea in mind, for sure.

Very calm. As I was listening to it, I thought a few random non-rhythmic percussive sounds would give it a little push. I'm thinking someone similar to what Bjorn Lynne does in the music for the Worms games.

LawnReality responds:

That's an interesting idea, thanks!

Nice sad music. It's pretty good for other categories, as well, so I'll probably look forward to using this in the future. I'll ask you through PM, then.

As emotional as the Mother 3 ending. Mind if I use this for a game?

LawnReality responds:

Go ahead! Glad you like it.

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4.70 / 5.00

Sep 16, 2016
8:58 PM EDT
File Info
5.7 MB
2 min 29 sec

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