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I'm in the process of making a Yume Nikki remix album go to this deviantART page for details: http://ecks-acksis.deviantart.com/art/Yume-Nikki-Sai-Hatsumei-273537835
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Just the maze pattern from the main menu of Yume Nikki.

One song done so far, by the way.


I would have to say the same as the others. Im about a minute into the first track on the list and its atmospheric. I'll do my best to share this.


Thank you very much, it means a lot. :D


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I'm not dead, I swear! Here's the new album art, as well as a list of songs that are going to be in the complete edition of Yume Nikki Reimagined!



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Yume Nikki forever!


Halloween song I made!! It's still sorta rough, but I'm working on it!!


Cool song, bro.


Sounds like something you'd hear in Super Meat boy. I like it.



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discuss music
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am i the only one who sees a man with a mustache and a beard in that pic?



that's the joke


music is cool


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Does the person who made this know me?

I'm from Wisconsin, my name is Justin, and I was demoted to 2nd violin for sleeping during rehearsal.




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rock song


Unsure if you are looking for criticism so I will assume you are.
Good, don't really understand the point of the electronic beeps- they're a bit too simple, like listening to a metronome. The acoustic guitar also sounds too clean, which kinda ruins the atmosphere of the song.
Good though, thanks for sharing.


i think its shit


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Wait me up when September comes

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This is my glitch/noise/plunderphonics project.
Listen at mid volume. It sounds better that way.
My questions are:
>what did you think of it?
>when did you stop listening?
>why did you stop?
>what could make it better/more easy to listen to?


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>what did you think of it?
I find it to be a mixed bag. I really like noise, harsh noise not so much most of the time, just as a frame of reference to my taste. What I disliked the most was the use of human voice. I like the genre when it's a pure exploration of textures of sounds not produced by biological creatures. Of course this is completely arbritary and how I particularly feel about it. Another thing I dislike is that you use too much, to the point of chaos. I like a tamer sound so I can get use to the textures and really immerse in them. Almost like a hypnotic state. You only rarely let me do that on your composition. When you do let me immerse into it, for example on the first 3 minutes of Emerging Fatal Internal Error, suddenly everything changes very harshly, pun not intended. I find those harsh transitions push me off the sound.
Now for the parts I liked. My favorite one is definitely Master of Executions. There's definitely an interesting mood going for that track. From 2:46 on you really start exploring the possibilities of a single sound sample without adding too much to it. I liked that part, to me this is what it's all about. I listened to your previous album too, just to see where you're coming from and I liked what you did with Untitled (the 06:05 long one), though I didn't find that particular combination very interesting you really gave it the time to create some sort of atmosphere, it was nice.
>when did you stop listening?
When the last track ended.
>why did you stop?
It ended.
>what could make it better/more easy to listen to?
See first answer. More texture exploration, less chaos. It's all about finding an interesting sounding noise imo. And the amount of noises are endless, only way to find cool stuff is experimenting, so you're on the right track if you ask me.


Thank you for your feedback.
Im just experimenting with this genre for the first time, so i didn't actually was looking for an inmersion state so didn't really do anything for that. I'm a big fan of glitch/breakbeat but i'm not really good at transitions, so i just did ehat for me sounded best. I have some other unreleased songs with transitions but i feel like its just wasting time to go to a more harsh part of the song. But i'll think about your reccomendations.

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I for myself really enjoy Fail Emotions & Enter Shikari.

Fail Emotions is a clusterfuck. If i could define them with one single phrase "russian metal trance djent clusterfuck" it wouldn't even cut it.

Their first album has some good songs there and there but the formula is still rough so its a kind of cringefest.

Their 2 EP's, Gravity & Speed of Light smoothens out the cringey vague english lyrics a bit and adapts a better sound.

Their most recent album, Renaissance, just says, "fuck it" and goes for a way more metal / djent approach compared to Transfornation & Speed of Light/Gravity. It has a way more metal sound, with electronic elements still there and there.
Overall i consider it the best album of them, and i would reccomend it to a first time-listener.

Then there is Enter Shikari, which is a really good band. They (like Fail Emotions) combine Metal with Electronic aspects, although not to the same extremes as the former.
Take to the Skies is really great.
Common Dreads is a gem.
Flash Flood of Colour is also amazing.
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Arcturus combine Avant-garde with Black Metal to create a futuristic or post-apocalyptic space setting with great atmosphere and a broad variety of facets.

Absolutely mesmerizing.



Unironically one of the worst things I've had the displeasure to hear in my whole life. Just terrible.


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I imagine there's already a lot of fans here but I fucking love The Depreciation Guild, especially this album. They mixed nostalgic chiptunes with colorful shoegaze and listening to it makes me incredibly happy

I also like Populous With Short Stories which is a combo of '00s indie pop and IDM and achieves a feeling of being dark yet comfy


the angelic process immediately comes in mind for me, a unique and monolithic blend of shoegaze and drone metal. I've yet to find another drone metal album i like as much as this release

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Does anyone else like this band? I think its cool that they pretty much reinvented their music for their last two albums, Spirit of Eden and Laughing Stock. Their earlier work is also good.


Love em


they really were a one of a kind group, laughing stock is one of the most beautiful albums I've ever heard

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Psychic Development Guidance
Server for guided awakening/enlightenment.

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What do you listen when you feel nostalgic, /n/?
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Same here. Other games with soundtracks that stick out in my mind are the Ace Attorney games, Hotel Dusk, OFF and the Mother games (especially Mother 3).

As for conventional music, Nine Inch Nails brings me back pretty hard to the 8th grade, as does Simon & Garfunkel. Jefferson Airplane and Andrew Jackson Jihad remind me of more recent years. Tool is probably what got me into music, I adored Opiate as a kid.

Oh, also, pic related.


The old (classic), the new, or the remastered one, Spidey? Because I absolutely ADORE the remastered version. It has almost all of the original's sound, but performed in high quality, and with an additional layer or two added on top. It sounds both modern and retro.

Anyway, I'm writing here because I'm 6313 and it's funny, but I decided to go on a nostalgia trip. Right now I'm uncovering the abandoned InvisionFree forums I once attended. Whoo boy, that was 6 or 7 years ago. I was 16/15 then. They were made by people my age (always the same group of guys), devoted to nothing in particular, mostly created to kill some time. They had a lifespan of mere weeks, maybe a month or two tops. One day I sort of left that group and never looked back… until today.

These forums feel so nice. They are completely empty.
And just because earlier today I listened to the entire Cave Story+ remastered soundtrack, "White" chose to begin to play in my head and now I'm listening to it:

The track sounds rather pleasant but also has a very faint bit of sadness to it, if you consider whose theme this track is. In my head, it fits the mood of those places perfectly.

Cave Story is a seriously magical game, too. But I digress.


I've actually only ever played the freeware original, but I've been wanting to play the remakes for about as long as they've been out.



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