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Mazhat's music

Started by mazhat, March 18, 2017, 04:29:18 PM

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mazhat

March 18, 2017, 04:29:18 PM Last Edit: March 18, 2017, 04:35:29 PM by mazhat
I'm not a music guy, and it stands out,
but I think you guys will like my efforts :))
They're only a few seconds long, so you'll get through all of them in under five minutes!

https://soundcloud.com/maz-hat

The list goes in order of my least favourite to favourite.
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Sketti

DJ Omnimaga

Hm I could definitively see those used in a game, especially some RPG. That first song has quite a dark feel to it. My favorite gotta be MOS Opening, though. Glad to see you're doing music too :)
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mazhat

Yup. The first song was inspired by an RPG called Slaves to Armok: God of blood, it's the predecessor of Dwarf Fortress.

I'm not really a music kinda guy so it's obviously VERY amateur, but thank you :)
I have scrapped probably 10 proto-versions of every song until I got something that sounded correct.
Music is mysteriously difficult, and I commend you for making so much!
  • Calculators owned: TI-83Plus, TI-84Plus
  • Consoles, mobile devices and vintage computers owned: Samsung TAB A (Cheap), DSI, Rasperry PI 3
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DJ Omnimaga

Yeah it's incredibly hard to make something decent. At first I only used premade loops or edited them. Also my early songs often lacked some importsnt elements and structure. The best is to listen to music you like and examine structure. :)
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