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Streets of Köttai (Town Theme)

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Town theme for a fantasy-type RPG. Inspired by Michiko Naruke and his work for the game Wild Arms (PS1) in 1997, without the Old West vibe.

Part of my Video Game Music Portfolio Vol. I (the non-cinematic half of it), originally composed in October of 2017.

Fun fact: "Köttai" means "music" in Hungarian, according to Google Translator. I thought it would sound cool as a town name so there it is. :)

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Well, I'm speechless right now. This songs just perfect. Really. This would be really perfect in a video game. Just a minor suggestion, maybe you can pan the flute to the right? Just to give it an effect because the guitar is panned to the left, and the flute plays after the guitar. Overall, nice song.

MateusAbrantes responds:

Hm, that's weird... I'm pretty sure the guitar is panned to the right and the woodwinds to the left. I'll double check in the project file. haha Thanks for the suggestion anyway, and for the generous score. :)

So chill. I could just jam to this for hours, and not even realize when the audio loops. Phenomenal work.

MateusAbrantes responds:

Wow, thanks! You're very kind.

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MateusAbrantes
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Score
4.65 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jun 24, 2018
9:08 PM EDT
Genre
Video Game
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3.9 MB
2 min 52 sec

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