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Trapped Inside (Piano)


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For the sliver of hope has died out,

for every effort that failed needlessly,

I have to be trapped again.

Trapped in this everlasting agony.



This track just started as a reference if i would play "Trapped Inside" with my piano. It was harder than expected.

I'm sorry if the piano isn't so refined, but i just used whatever i had to make this track.

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I (kind of) get a Disney-esque vibe from this, like being trapped in a castle, if you will.

I'd like to know what you were thinking when you made this. If you share your thought process in your description, it would help me be able to provide better feedback and possibly a more accurate rating. The reason is this: Having your perspective would allow me to judge based on how well I thought your intent came through as opposed to how much I liked it.

I'm wondering why you chose the title you did?

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DynamicZX responds:

Hello, thank you for listening!
The actual reason of this piano version is that it's made out of curiosity, to see what the original song sounds like with pianos.
The reason within the original song however, is to portray a feeling of being mentally trapped, not knowing where to go. The notes getting progressively higher is as a sign of screaming for help, but ended up only emitting noises, not even a voice can be heard.
Towards the end, (in an unreleased edit) the song suddenly turns into a bunch of noise, portraying that all of this "screaming for help an attention" is deemed useless.
I feel like the title is a bit unorthodox, or rather a bit not-good for a song that matters the most for me, but it might be just me.

Credits & Info


4.27 / 5.00

Jul 26, 2020
12:00 PM EDT
File Info
3.3 MB
2 min 26 sec

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