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Hi. I make music for fun.
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Cool, haha. I love it.
@Element6: Oh, and Happy Birthday!
Awesome! This is great; the effects in particular sound really good. Is that bitcrush I hear, maybe?
@wilson-biggs: I'm glad you think so! I make these weird "sketches" all the time, but rather than waste them all, I like uploading them sometimes. c:
@Derezzie: But, it's making weird noises, and I think TAL-Elek7ro is about to implode. :c
@Vasadendric: Yeah, probably, lol. It's just too much fun to goof around and throw a bunch of nonsense together sometimes. c:
@Vasadendric: I actually cut up his signature "grunt" noise and used it in this...thing here at times, haha. I can definitely see what you mean about being misleading, though, so I think I'll change it. ^^
@Vasadendric: The book is very insightful! I made this song for a project in which I summarized the novel while the music captured the emotion of the storyline. I found the "Book Soundtracks" group you created and felt that it would be the perfect place for this to go. ^^
Whoaaa, cool, haha. I love the "approaching" feeling this has.
@Derezzie: I'm glad you do! ^^ I might make a small collection of similar "nature" songs such as this. It's fun to work with a theme~
@ZiranMusic: Thanks! I had fun with this one.
@The Official Stix: I finally got around to uploading it, haha.
@wilson-biggs: Very interesting... I find that songs with stories hidden within them are always that much better. c:
This is great! Such a nice, full sound even with all the tiny samples and such. Is there a story behind the title "Eastwood" or that accompanying image?
Thanks, and I'll do that then. ^^
@MisterTe: Thanks for the support. c: I'm pretty excited about my next song; it's some drumstep. I hope that one receive some positive feedback as well~
@Derezzie: Oh, thank you! I should work on finishing more of these weird experimental things I keep in my projects folder. There are tons of them!
@zanhan: It took me forever to find out what on Earth a "selkek" is, and then I realized I was featured on a really cool Let's Play channel. Awesome.
Wow, that sounds great. c:
I can't say that any particular pony-something pops into my head though. My first thought was of the hydra from Feeling Pinkie Keen, but the song might be a little too upbeat for that. Unless you want it to be about a disco dancing hydra, but that's just silly~
@The Time Complex: I can only hope that I maintained at least some of the imagination from the originals. :) Thanks for commenting!
@dj-mattnew: Thanks, I'm really glad you like it! I'm happy to have had the chance to participate. :)
This is so great. Nice work!
@Kyobreck: Sidechaining is great! I use it very often, even in my most recent song, and it helps quite a bit.
Great work on this; it sounds amazing.
@Meechyst: Yay! And thank you, I probably won't be doing this "make a song in one day" nonsense anymore. It makes me forget to add the reverb. :)
@thyrtien: Oh darn, I just realized I forgot to do that. xP I planned to go through and add some reverb and stuff through it, but I guess I forgot while trying to get it finished. Thanks, and I'll be sure not to forget that step for now on.
@thyrtien: I'll be sure to check out Kairo Kingdom then. :) Even still, this one-ups my Smile Song remix from 6 months ago for sure. All I did was take the MIDI and replace the instruments with my mediocre ones, derp.
@thyrtien: Thanks! And yeah, it's always fun to add Pinkie Pie or whoever else into the mix. :)
Wow, this is really cool! Nice work.
This is amazing.
@Plaaay: I've only recently been learning how to get that punch, but unfortunately, this song was due before I could implement any of the new ideas. I'll definitely be using such techniques in the future. Thanks for the input!
Very interesting intro! I like it. The kick beginning at 0.55 might need some fixing up; it seems out of place. Perhaps experimenting with different samples would help, but it's not too far off. Also, the spots where the aforementioned kick plays might need more melody to keep with the flow of the song, or maybe they just need to be more like the 3.00 mark. That sounded nice. Other than that, the entirety of this WIP is awesome. Good luck!
@digital-brony: Thanks! I'm glad the creepy factor came through. That's important in a Nightmare Night song. :)
This idea is brilliant! Can't wait to hear how this develops. :)
I really like this part, nice!
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