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    File Name: Abstraction
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    Authors: MercuryPenny
    Insert Size: 0x0231 bytes
    Type: Song
    Sample Usage: None
    Source: Original
    Duration: 0:30
    Featured: No
    Description: A calm, melancholic composition. Could fit very well in abstract overworlds.
    Tags: abstract, calm, dark, overworld, sad
    Rating: 3.3 (Votes: 8)
    Preview: Play SPC
    Download: Download - 30.29 KiB
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    MercuryPenny
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    My biggest complain though is how #0 sounds buggy sometimes

    You sure? The attack seems too long for it to have any bearing on the way it sounds.

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    Also, minor, but you could've used #7 to create fake echo for the #5 (aka a copypaste of the whole channel with some panning, a lower volume and atleast an r16 delay).

    Just tried that and it doesn't really improve the way it sounds IMO.
    Posted by: MercuryPenny - | Link
    Wakana
    This is pretty good composition-wise. My biggest complain though is how #0 sounds buggy sometimes, because of how you've set the $F4 $01. Something like this would work better:
    Code
    [
    o3
    $F4 $01 $F4 $01
    a32>c16 e32<a32>c16e32<a32>c16e32<a32>c16e32<a32>c16e32<a32>c16e32<a32>c16e32<a32>c16e32 $F4 $01 $F4 $01
    <a32> d16f32<a32>d16f32<a32>d16f32<a32>d16f32<a32>d16f32<a32>d16f32<a32>d16f32<a32>d16f32 $F4 $01 $F4 $01
    <a32> c16e32<a32>c16e32<a32>c16e32<a32>c16e32<a32>c16e32<a32>c16e32<a32>c16e32<a32>c16e32 $F4 $01 $F4 $01
    <g+32 b16>e32<g+32b16>e32<g+32b16>e32<g+32b16>e32<g+32b16>e32<g+32b16>e32<g+32b16>e32<g+32b16>e32
    ]4
    

    Also, minor, but you could've used #7 to create fake echo for the #5 (aka a copypaste of the whole channel with some panning, a lower volume and atleast an r16 delay).
    Posted by:  Wakana - | Link
    MercuryPenny
    Updated to reflect that suggestion, thanks.
    Posted by: MercuryPenny - | Link
    tcdw
    I guess this may works:
    Code
    @14 $ED $7F $F0 ($FF $F0)
    Posted by:  tcdw - | Link
    MercuryPenny
    It's supposed to be a Koto, if you've got any ideas as to what sounds closer to one that would be great
    Posted by: MercuryPenny - | Link
    tcdw
    The @5 really not fit very well here. Try @0 with shorter ADSR.
    Posted by:  tcdw - | Link

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