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A Temples Wasteland

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A track made for my game Werq. It's for the temple/sand area.
Feel free to use this in your own game though! If you think it fits some temple area or whatever in your project, go ahead!

You can download this track for free @ https://cthrn.bandcamp.com , you can even donate a lil bit if you wanna explore a temple with me!!!

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Love the name of your game haha you better werq

I think it's quite generous of you to offer this track to people to also use in their own game! This is quite an intriguing composition and I'd love to hear how this sounds in-game. You definitely captured a middle-eastern feel with some of the melodies, though I feel like there's a bit more room for dynamics within the structure of the song. If you look at the wave form, the 'biggest' part of the song is right at the beginning, which means there's sort of nowhere bigger to go further in the song. I'd say the climax of this track should be at 1:17 - 1:36, which would really help the structure out and provide a pay-off to the listener so to speak! As listeners, we tend to generally follow where the composer leads us, expecting to be led to that pay-off section (the climax) which can really tie a track up! Of course, not all genres work this way, but I think that would benefit this particular track :)

Great work - followed!

cthrn responds:

Hi! Thanks for the criticism! I'll definitely keep that in mind when finishing up the rest of the soundtrack!
Also, I'm glad you like the name Werq lol

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Apr 28, 2019
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1 min 56 sec

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