Cover of track teeth by i n
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i n, teeth

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“some things just 'are’. there was no birth, no creation. some things always were and always will be....”

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    YIEASTBLOOP (Hiatus)

    about 3 months ago

    I really like very melodic and tonal ambient music, that is rather stabilized, with the pad being either constant or only slightly changing in tonality. A piece that would rather feel relaxing. However the monotonality creates this completely hair-raising, absolutely unsettling feeling. And the context of the song is able to make the piece even more terrifying. I watched a horror movie, where there was such a pad added into a scene where everybody was fighting for their lives and slowly dying in

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      i n

      about 3 months ago

      Let me know if you ever remember the name.

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      YIEASTBLOOP (Hiatus)

      about 3 months ago

      Gruesome ways (I don't remember the name). It haunts me 'till this day. And this track is a great example of that.

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    Perdition HIATUS (desc)

    about 3 months ago

    might i suggest adding preverb to the melody? or like, having a reverse hit happen so that its less sudden and more dramatic

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      i n

      about 3 months ago

      Good idea. I’ll try it.

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    ollie

    about 3 months ago

    fyi, i play this board game with friends called Escape the Dark Castle, and it has a spotify playlist to listen to while youre playing, and its essentially just 45 minutes of this stuff, defo worth checking out :D

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      ollie

      about 3 months ago

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    ollie

    about 3 months ago

    goddamn, this atmosphere <3

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      i n

      about 3 months ago

      Thx. I was once told that putting together motifs and progressions that don’t really “work” makes a piece unsettling. The dissonance creates an almost primal effects that’s uncomfortable. Thought I’d try it out some more.

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