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Thinking Music

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Composed by Alexander Emenheiser, 2018.

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What's In the Basement? (Part 1) www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/717987

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ade-syndicate responds:

Thank you!

I can chill to this... I demand a 10 hour version so I can animate to it!

ade-syndicate responds:

I don't think Newgrounds can let you upload 10-hour tracks unfortunately, hahaha

Very nice

This has a real "JAZZ" feel about it I think some fade outs would work great then bring that jazz like flavor up more intense, Alright so you have something good here, the sounds was differant, and I like the unique-ness of it, allthough there seemed to be something missing it was still a good start here. but keep a "GOOD-DIRECTION" and you will go long ways you already have some pretty decent stuff, And once again nice work here it was for sure one of those piece that sticks with you, and will make me want to see what else you can come out with.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
This has a real jazzy feel about it I think some fade outs would work great then bring that jazz like flavor up more intense

~X~

ade-syndicate responds:

Wow, thank you for the critique, dude!! What do you mean by adding "fade outs"? Is that a jazz term?

This song is meant to be the main title theme for a trivia app, so I wanted it to be spacious, subtle, and hard to determine "where you are in the song". That's why the song is made of a three-part phrase instead of a regular four-part phrase.

I could go back and improve it. I will use your advice in future songs!

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Uploaded
Oct 9, 2018
3:46 PM EDT
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6.4 MB
2 min 47 sec
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