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PostPosted: Mon May 29 2006 09:56    
54. WOLF feel hunger
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Title: WOLF feel hunger
Rank: 54
Score: 40.5

Ogg Version

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Joined: 18 Nov 2005
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 10 2006 14:55    
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Now here's some weird ambient I guess. The first 1:30 seems like to there really isn't anything the piece is going at. Nice soundscaping, though, and the melody lines are nice when going to the bit moodier direction. I usually don't like crossovers between happy and sad melody lines and it doesn't hit me in this one either. Hmm.. Not very technically explained but I guess you get the point.

The piece in itself to resembles nothing what you would expect from a title "wolf feel hunger". The hunger is not here, the wolf only occasionally shows up his evil mug but does even that from behind a huge boulder from where you can't possibly even hope to see him. I haven't actually listened that much to soundscaping, so I probably may miss some essential point in this.

The sounds seem nice. I'm listening the OGG so can't go into technicality really. But well, there's like a LOT going on there, it seems to me. I kind of get a feeling of having two themes chopped up and mixed together. Everything else I kind of get, but not that flangered lead at the end. I've heard a lot worse soundscapes, and this actually is worth listening, to me.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 10 2006 16:36    
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Nice Track. The synths are maybe not of the greatest quality but i like the all analogue feel.
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