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Asetelma

By Alette on February 9, 2020 11:57 pm

It is a story to make something better. In a long time when you feel stuck you can erase it and start over.

I use https://fesliyanstudios.com/ and https://freesound.org/

This submission is licensed by author under CC Attribution Noncommercial No Derivative Works (BY-NC-ND)

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February 10, 2020 1:34 am

I really dig the dark somber tone, I'm interesting in learning more about how it was made.

February 11, 2020 10:05 am

Yeah, I'm interested too. Spill the beans smile And keep doing it.

February 12, 2020 3:30 am

I love the pencil scratching in the beginning! This theme hits you like stepping in to an old black and white room with smoke drifting longingly in the air and familiar faces filing away reports on crime in a big crazy city with no room for a straight cop in a crooked outfit. The protagonist straightens his tie and sits down with a cup of coffee and takes a sip. It's too hot. He throws the cup and it shatters. The room goes silent. He can't take it anymore so he walks out. He just got there. He doesn't care. It's pouring rain outside but home is better than a lawless town and a meaningless badge...

(I don't know what just happened)

February 12, 2020 6:39 am
ViridianLoom wrote:

I really dig the dark somber tone, I'm interesting in learning more about how it was made.

sinewave wrote:

Yeah, I'm interested too. Spill the beans smile And keep doing it.

Thank you ViridianLoom and sinewave! It is only simple piano and I found a nice effect named Vinylizer because I want this type of noise. After I decide I want to make it more as a story. It is many free sound effects used and so fun to put them together. I will put the websites. Thank you for your interest!

ngineer wrote:

I love the pencil scratching in the beginning! This theme hits you like stepping in to an old black and white room with smoke drifting longingly in the air and familiar faces filing away reports on crime in a big crazy city with no room for a straight cop in a crooked outfit. The protagonist straightens his tie and sits down with a cup of coffee and takes a sip. It's too hot. He throws the cup and it shatters. The room goes silent. He can't take it anymore so he walks out. He just got there. He doesn't care. It's pouring rain outside but home is better than a lawless town and a meaningless badge...

(I don't know what just happened)

Wow! Thank you ngineer! It is wonderful to see how someone will imagine this story with no word or picture. It is different to how I imagine but it is also a great story!

February 12, 2020 10:51 am

Cool chord progression, and I dig the campy haunted house vibe!

February 14, 2020 8:47 am

Nice foreboding atmosphere.

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