Oh, I've got something mighty fine for you... check out the flute/whistle (rather). I've just uploaded it (taron-quak) VERY COOL adjustments, by the way. You've added a very good touch to the piano keys! Nice and subtle.
I can hear some tapping alright, hahaha! Damn, man, it took me a moment to make sure that my musagi ain't broken, hihihihi, but then I gave it that extra moment and it turned out just as surreal as it promissed to be. Curious tune... a little like some sort of trip from hell, a secretly spiked joint, or the wrong cup of space-tea, hahaha. If those bears would look like straight out of meet the pheebles, it'll hit it right on the nose! ;D
Post by theferrymanhymn on Sept 29, 2010 14:42:47 GMT 1
I had the idea for a while to make the "trololo song" as chiptune. But found out today someone beat me too it. Also used musagi. www.youtube.com/watch?v=UevKO2A1Ukc So yeah, not gonna make it myself anymore. A nice find made by Robinerd.
Ah...I'm on radio silence for a moment...programming instead. But yeah, the tune starts very cool! You should've stayed the course and just crescendo up'n'up... get some crash cymbals, building up to a grand tutti with the whole orchestra, that sort of thing. It really feels like it wants to go that way. As you go down into the base section, it's just like a sad anticlimax that takes the juice out of the build up, really. After that, understandably, the song loses motivation. NONONONOOOO pick it up, it's got GREAT potential! (luv the sounds, Thanks!) Frankly I find it amazing, because I hardly ever reuse sounds and you're making me very happy there!
UH, very U2-ish! I think at 1:16 the song really gets some excellent touch and wants to go to another level...once done with that segment at 1:35 it should go dry and full on without being drowned so much in reverbs. Start the song at 1:16 to hear just how cool this would want to become. ...great job, though!
Post by theferrymanhymn on Dec 28, 2010 23:15:37 GMT 1
Yes, made me think of U2 a lot too hehe. Funny you mention 1:16 because I worked backwards from that part. Basically I ended up with a nice sounding loop and did then build a hasty intro in front of it. The outro is also more of a hasty experiment.
But enough of the U2 crap ^^ I like to try more minimal and with tiny narrative like your "lil ghost party" (test47) I do love that kind a lot. It's like you are watching a small 8 bit Hayao Miyazaki movie, lol.