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May 7, 2017 | 12:59 AM EDT
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7.4 MB
5 min 47 sec
3.48 / 5.00

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Rated 3.48 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

I somehow made a really long song again, but this time I didn't repeat elements over and over.
This song is about a single day in a *seemingly* dull landscape. I may have made it a little too upbeat and a little to slow in places but I think it still has redeeming qualities. :D
Enjoy! -v-

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Best heard with headphones.
Composed With Ableton Live 9.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty neat, though I feel it could use percussion in some parts.

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Zechnition responds:

Thanks! I do feel like the middle of the track is a bit empty and not having percussion doesn't help very much. Adding a little bit of percussion would have made it better.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

This does feel like sidescrolling past that mountainous landscape, although I can't say it's something that I would recreationally listen to. Just a very calming piece I would imagine as the credit screen to an aged videogame. I would have appreciated some chippy percussion to drive the piece along. As is, it's sort of lulling me to sleep. That could be the intention, of course. I did dislike the sort of squirrelly lead.

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Zechnition responds:

Thanks! That is the style I was going for. Sort of a day night cycle, with the calmer night in the middle. Also, did you dislike the lead because of how it fit with the other instruments or just the instrument itself?