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gossipy ásgarðr

By Reilly Farrell on October 4, 2020 11:55 pm

Things are usually pretty Loki here in Asgard-
( x_x)*slap* <(•_• )   (•_• )   (•_• )
-but you won't believe the rumors going around these days!
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Somehow or another, we made it to Week 40 of this imploding year. Everybody, thanks for making it worth the trek, even in its darkest hours. Just a bit further to go now. Stay safe, stay healthy, and salivate over (can you believe it?) Rune Factory 5 coming next year. Or Minecraft Steve in Smash if that's your thing. smile

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

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October 5, 2020 12:39 am

Yeah! We're almost there! And it's been one hell of a year for sure.

This is a fun tune, the norse voices are pretty cool, the middle section of this song is especially dope.

I haven't heard of Rune Factory before but it actually looks like it could be pretty fun, I need to snatch up a cart on ebay and play one of them, it's been a while since I've used my 3DS.

October 5, 2020 3:45 am

You too dude!! Love the orchestration here, really nice work with that Norse feel.

October 6, 2020 6:43 pm

the chords are sublime.  the chant is really cool.

YO!

YEA!

love the hammer dulcimer sooooo much.  When are you going to score an adventure video game????

October 7, 2020 4:29 am

Oh i love the drums, it's groovy and adds a tribal atmosphere to this funny track. I like that this track travels through a lot of different atmospheres in 3 minutes. Between the sitar like accents, the choirs, the space pads. And the "yeah" samples. smile

October 7, 2020 6:53 am

October 7, 2020 2:26 pm

Oh yea. This chord progression is simply divine and the choir knows it.

October 9, 2020 8:46 am
Devieus wrote:

Oh yea. This chord progression is simply divine and the choir knows it.


This is simply the truth.
Magnificent

October 11, 2020 3:56 pm
ViridianLoom wrote:

Yeah! We're almost there! And it's been one hell of a year for sure.

This is a fun tune, the norse voices are pretty cool, the middle section of this song is especially dope.

I haven't heard of Rune Factory before but it actually looks like it could be pretty fun, I need to snatch up a cart on ebay and play one of them, it's been a while since I've used my 3DS.


For sure! I think Rune Factory 4 goes for sale digitally on the 3DS occasionally. Probably the best Harvest Moon farm-simulator / dungeon-crawler since Rune Factory 3.

Mission Crossing wrote:

You too dude!! Love the orchestration here, really nice work with that Norse feel.


Thanks so much! I tried doubling down on the Norse / orchestral elements in the next one too, so hopefully that turns out okay.

orangedrink wrote:

the chords are sublime.  the chant is really cool.

YO!

YEA!

love the hammer dulcimer sooooo much.  When are you going to score an adventure video game????


Hopefully someday soon. wink And thanks!

Kedbreak136 wrote:

Oh i love the drums, it's groovy and adds a tribal atmosphere to this funny track. I like that this track travels through a lot of different atmospheres in 3 minutes. Between the sitar like accents, the choirs, the space pads. And the "yeah" samples. smile


Those "yeah" samples were probably my favorite discovery in the Voices of War VST. big_smile

Ipaghost wrote:


Loki's here, everybody! Better be on your guard.
...Your Asgard.

Devieus wrote:

Oh yea. This chord progression is simply divine and the choir knows it.


Thank you! I've been trying to weave the progression into each of my norse mythology tracks. Hope I can still come up with new iterations.

Q-Rosh wrote:
Devieus wrote:

Oh yea. This chord progression is simply divine and the choir knows it.


This is simply the truth.
Magnificent


Much appreciated!

October 14, 2020 1:26 am

1:21 for me.

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