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By Devieus on April 26, 2020 6:56 am

I've added what could be described as a bird sound to it through Monstro. Maybe it's easier if I just took a recording, but I'll stay committed for now and tweak the parameters, add some more birds, place them a bit better. But you get whatever this bird is now.

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April 27, 2020 12:12 am

I bought a game this week called "A Short Hike" where you play a humanoid bird (animal crossing style) who's goal is to hike up to the top of the mountain. You mentioning that you built a bird sound into this reminded me of that and then the sound of this song just has that introspective vibe one gets from taking a quiet walk up a mountain trail. This would have probably made excellent background music for that game.

April 27, 2020 1:11 am

Nice bird sounds! Very picturesque.

April 27, 2020 1:18 am

Feels meditative. Really liked this.

Am also into the idea of a track featuring more birds. smile

April 27, 2020 1:24 am

Sounds close enough to a bird to me.  Maybe it's the sonic equivalent to how all sorts of critters apparently taste like chicken.  Not the real thing, but it works in a pinch.  Bring on more birds.  Or bird-like sounds.

April 27, 2020 2:12 am

Nice and meditative. This bird is now...very good. smile

April 27, 2020 8:19 am
ViridianLoom wrote:

I bought a game this week called "A Short Hike" where you play a humanoid bird (animal crossing style) who's goal is to hike up to the top of the mountain. You mentioning that you built a bird sound into this reminded me of that and then the sound of this song just has that introspective vibe one gets from taking a quiet walk up a mountain trail. This would have probably made excellent background music for that game.


There's no reason you can't play that with this in the background. I would like to see something of mine in a game someday though.

Mission Crossing wrote:

Nice bird sounds! Very picturesque.


Thanks, I tried.

hent03 wrote:

Feels meditative. Really liked this.

Am also into the idea of a track featuring more birds. smile


We should all do birds someday.

CosmicCairns wrote:

Sounds close enough to a bird to me.  Maybe it's the sonic equivalent to how all sorts of critters apparently taste like chicken.  Not the real thing, but it works in a pinch.  Bring on more birds.  Or bird-like sounds.

Fantastic analogy, definitely game me a sensible chuckle. Maybe I can add a chicken someday so it'll taste even more like chicken.

Reilly Farrell wrote:

Nice and meditative. This bird is now...very good. smile


It's alright. I'm sure there's a bird out there that sort of resembles this, maybe.

April 27, 2020 12:58 pm

April 27, 2020 11:13 pm

April 28, 2020 3:17 am

April 28, 2020 4:04 am

Nice addition, it definitely wouldnt have the same effect if you just grabbed a bird sample and threw it in.  Can you recommend some google search terms I can use to find a little background into how you make something like this?  Its pretty crazy how you can write a program to compose music, I'd be interested in seeing what goes into that.

April 28, 2020 5:17 pm

there are some very nice chilps and tweets in here. Your bells are more in the backround. Alltogether a masterpiece.

April 28, 2020 6:47 pm

Yeah. I get the bird. I like the meditative aspect you put into this week's track. I like the flow of this one. It allows the track to be in the background of my thoughts, not asking me to pay attention, thought allowing me the opportunity to listen closely, if I choose.

April 30, 2020 1:23 am

I feel like I'm hanging out with seagulls on a buoy in the ocean.  I can hear the tink of a chain hitting the docks.

April 30, 2020 10:18 pm

Holy shit, we got birds! After much waiting, and they are better than imagined. These birds are constructed of silicon and perch on crystalline trees singing songs across all frequencies in the magnetic spectrum.

This ones the best so far! Would be a great soundtrack to an animation (feat. birds).  You could create a story around the melodies and sounds.

May 1, 2020 6:39 am
protman wrote:


Look at the good boy go.

Ipaghost wrote:


The story of a bird on a mission.

kaedo sevaada wrote:


That's one energetic bird.

Chrisfoo wrote:

Nice addition, it definitely wouldn't have the same effect if you just grabbed a bird sample and threw it in.  Can you recommend some google search terms I can use to find a little background into how you make something like this?  It's pretty crazy how you can write a program to compose music, I'd be interested in seeing what goes into that.

You can just look at the source code, see if that helps. You'll need Python knowledge, but that's not super hard to obtain.

Q-Rosh wrote:

there are some very nice chilps and tweets in here. Your bells are more in the backround. Alltogether a masterpiece.

Thank you kindly. I didn't mention I added a flute as represented by a SID emulator, which probably makes the bells go back a bit.

Anon_Buster wrote:

Yeah. I get the bird. I like the meditative aspect you put into this week's track. I like the flow of this one. It allows the track to be in the background of my thoughts, not asking me to pay attention, though allowing me the opportunity to listen closely, if I choose.

That's definitely the ideal way of having it.

orangedrink wrote:

I feel like I'm hanging out with seagulls on a buoy in the ocean.  I can hear the tink of a chain hitting the docks.

That's definitely not what seagulls sound like though. Like, at all. This is more of a forest bird. A seagull sounds like someone screaming over and over.

NWSPR wrote:

Holy shit, we got birds! After much waiting, and they are better than imagined. These birds are constructed of silicon and perch on crystalline trees singing songs across all frequencies in the magnetic spectrum.

This ones the best so far! Would be a great soundtrack to an animation (feat. birds).  You could create a story around the melodies and sounds.

We got birds, just like I said I would, though it feels kinda like it's just one bird that's a bit lost.

May 1, 2020 7:57 pm
Devieus wrote:

That's definitely not what seagulls sound like though. Like, at all. This is more of a forest bird. A seagull sounds like someone screaming over and over.

These are really, really, really hungover seagulls smile

May 2, 2020 5:07 pm
orangedrink wrote:
Devieus wrote:

That's definitely not what seagulls sound like though. Like, at all. This is more of a forest bird. A seagull sounds like someone screaming over and over.

These are really, really, really hungover seagulls smile

Must've been some really, really good sauce then. It'd have to mutate them.

May 7, 2020 7:09 pm

Welcome bird friend. A good addition. More calm and calm is good.

May 7, 2020 7:54 pm
miraclemiles wrote:

Welcome bird friend. A good addition. More calm and calm is good.

We could all do with a little calm.

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