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    Music is something I've always looked for and looked forward to. I'm currently a novice composer trying to better myself, so that my future will involve myself having a career in music (video game music in particular). I would like to share whatever knowledge I obtain with people who feel the way I do about music.
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  1. It sounds really cool. I think the mix is the only thing though. I'd lower the frequency on the shaker and pan it.
  2. I compose in MuseScore and arrange, mix and master in FL Studio after exporting it from MuseScore.
  3. Whenever I lack inspiration or even emotion, I listen to Koichi Sugiyama's compositions from the Dragon Quest VIII Symphonic soundtrack. The one that inspires me the most is "Sky, Ocean, and Earth". The way the song begins makes me think of running/escaping and freedom. The song makes me feel free for the couple of minutes that it plays. When it ends, I start it all over just to capture that feeling again. Another song that greatly inspires me is "Liz On Top of the World" composed by Dario Marionelli from the Pride & Prejudice soundtrack. If I could, I'd swallow that song in order to keep its essence inside of me. "Sky, Ocean Earth" makes me feel free and reminds me of freedom, but "Liz On Top of the World is freedom in audio format. It gives me the most inspiration above all others. I guess that's why I love music so much. It makes me feel things that even people can't make me feel.
  4. The Nesteryears is a great album. I think Dirty Coins is my favorite.
  5. 'Caved-in Chrysalis' sounds very cool. When it first started it reminded me of the ending theme from FLCL, 'Shooting Star'. As the song progressed I began to appreciate the drum and bass elements in there. I love drum and bass. 'Fever Dreams' sounds like ambient nostalgia. It's the perfect track to chill to. I love the percussive dissonance that begins around 3:16. It has a magical sound to it. I can't explain it.
  6. I desperately wanna get this game. Mostly for the soundtrack and storyline......but mostly for the soundtrack lol.
  7. It might not get into the technical stuff like music theory, chord progression, and etc., but I find it entertaining regardless. Just keep showing clips of video games.
  8. I like this mostly because of the repetition. Some people will say that it's too much, but I love a song with repetition. More so because it's reinforcing the motif. That's how it gets stuck in your head. This sounds lovely. Some parts could use more energy but I still love the way this sounds. And you named it perfectly. The song expresses the feeling of being lost perfectly in my opinion.
  9. Exactly what you did is the easy fix. Downloading the video. xD
  10. The only problem I had was the laggy video, but there's an easy fix for that.
  11. This is truly a chiptune album. It's straight up chiptune from the leads to the drums. I admire that.
  12. Glad to know I wasn't the only one that cried at the end of FFX. I just honestly didn't think Tidus would disappear, because he was one of the main heroes of the game. I guess I'm just too used to seeing happy endings. It caught me off guard. And then I was also sad because I spent a lot of time playing that game, and to know it was coming to an end was very sad.
  13. Is there a deadline? Do the musicians have to have the music done by a certain time, and if so how much time would the musician have? Are you going to hold some sort of contest to decide which individual's music you're going to use, or will everyone be able to be involved and it will matter on who composes the better version of each song?
  14. Thank you very much for posting this. You are so right, and I absolutely agree. It's nice to see something explained so perfectly, since I don't possess that talent myself.
  15. I wasn't knocking ALL music that isn't VGM as a whole. I was knocking the stuff on the radio. And I agree there is VGM that is boring and forgettable....it just so happens that I don't listen to that kind lmao.
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