Your Everyday Happycore

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Noisysundae — Sate Your Musical Appetite.

"This was one of the hardest menus to make. Not because of the complexity in itself, but it's that there're many things went on during the production: the summer heat, the rain (Well, the storm arrived at my place just a few days ago.), the one-month worth of construction noise from my neighbor, and a problem I had been having through these 6 years which is the menu sounds bad outside the headphones. I found out that the stereo offset ruined the taste of the whole thing when in mono due to the phase cancellation occurred after combining both channels, and it took me years to realize this. From now on, the new menus will have a bit smaller soundstage, but sounds better on the speakers." — The Manager

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Quite an upbeat and fast paced song this one is.

The main synth makes me feel so relaxed and yet so excited for whatever mundane stuff the days ahead might bring. The song also sounds like it could be getting one wound up and ready for a boss fight against a hyper enemy, awesome. :D

Cannot really think of anything that would need to be improved, nicely done!

Noisysundae responds:

I can relate to the first subject since I just started working a full-time job last week. XD
Many thanks. This comment makes me feel ready for Monday somehow.

I needed a nice pick-me-up after my coffee wore off, and this fit the bill perfectly. It's got a wonderfully upbeat tempo and tune, but doesn't start off too jarring. You did a nice job of balancing the perky upbeat happiness and still giving a bit of a relaxation period.

Noisysundae responds:

Hardcore music is usually good at keeping listeners awake. It's always overly lively. :D

I love this song and especially the rhythm, it's so alert! :D

Noisysundae responds:

Thanks a bunch, as always. :)

I love this song :) Good job

Noisysundae responds:

Thanks, m8.

The middle was actually my favorite part, by far! But the whole thing is a lot of fun. It's interesting that the resonance of the chord, reinforced by several voices, is almost always louder than the leads. It puts me in a trance, despite being so upbeat.
Really nice work!

Noisysundae responds:

The meter actually told me its level was equal to other instruments, but I trusted my ears more. I guess I did a bit too much. Might be because of my new KZ ZS6 which is biased toward trebles.

(Off-topic) I had to buy the ZS6 for using it in summer. Summer in the tropics (in my case, Thailand) means hellfire, man. it's far too hot to use my usual over-ear. The ZS6 has obnoxious trebles but I like the sound when I lower them enough.

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Apr 4, 2018
9:58 PM EDT
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5.3 MB
2 min 11 sec

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