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This is some music that I've composed for the Original Soundtrack for the game that I'm currently making, which is called Alora Fane: Creation!

I'm rather pleased with this, and I'm not looking for criticism or suggestions or critique! Thank you!

Oh, and it loops FOREVER, so you have to manually stop it!
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Nemuura Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2014
Generic, bland and boring.
These is nothing in this music to set it apart from generic mass-produced flash and browser games and it reeks of lack of creativity.
It sounds plastic and weak like an used condom.
It is a waste of disk space on the DeviantArt servers.
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Daystar42 Featured By Owner Edited Nov 20, 2014
Well! Other than hating, you don't seem to have much more in you.
As a musician/game lover/music lover/music-in-games lover I can say that without doubt this track is just... good. It's calm and calming, unique and beautiful.
It has nothing to do with "generic mass produced flash" like you've said so. The composer (that wrote this without any real background in harmony or music theory in general) is influenced mostly from classical music (which you CAN hear), and has very little (if any) to do with todays pop or "mass produced" music. His lack of knowledge just makes this great track even better, more impressive for sure.
About the sound, this was obviously made with a notation program. Like myself, not anyone can afford expensive gear and software. For something that was made in Sibelius, it sounds just great. A user would know.
That aside, this soundtrack is very calming. It has a charm of its own, like music should have. It is perfect in it own sense, it is what it is. A little world portrayed by an endless loop of music.
I assume you have personal problems with Pseudo, but you can't just say whatever you want. Music deserves its respect as well. :)
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SpikelyWhiplash Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2014
Just out of curiosity, what part did you hate the most?

I mean, it's not that I don't think your opinion is completely and totally honest, or that I suspect you just posted this without actually listening to the song in order, or that the only reason you actually made this comment was just to hurt the composer's feelings so you could masturbate to the misery you caused in others. Surely, there can be no doubt that this comment comes from an honest desire to help improve musicians-in-training.

But, y'know, just in case I'm completely off-base here and you really are trolling, I'd like to know what elements of the song you specifically take umbrage with.
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HayRoss Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014
Well, that was just a BIT much, don't you think?

Just a bit...

Just a bit...
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Brockisnothere Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
A beautiful piece, I just wish I could live in this world that you've created right now! It seems so peaceful as compared to fig, which has turned hollow and rather toxic. I'm afraid to join any of your other sites though due to you maybe thinking of me as another choleric or something. I hope you get better sometime, nonetheless, and I hope you live a better life...
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CameraCore Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I like the music player design as well as the music, fits snugly!
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Daystar42 Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2013
Wonderful!
You have really come a long way since last making music(though both Mardek and Clarence had awesome, catchy and beautiful music).
Even though this was made in Sibelius(right?) the instruments sound so alive, I just love it!
I can just sit and listen to it in loop for hours. And wait, I already did:)
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furballofthefullmoon Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It sounds... snowy. And peaceful.
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Dingding3211 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Holy crap this is good ^_^
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Pseudolonewolf Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you, I'm glad that you think so!
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