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Song Title


    The Dunes At Night

    SMW Music → The Dunes At Night

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    Submission Details

    Name: The Dunes At Night
    Author: VecchiaZim
    Insert Size: 0x08FF bytes
    Type: Song
    Sample Usage: None
    Source: Original
    Duration: 2:08
    Featured: No
    Description: Deserts, beaches, nighttime, anything calm/atmospheric/mysterious. According to idol it's "hesitant in all the naughty ways" which I'm pretending is a compliment.
    Preview: Play SPC
    Tags: ambient beach calm dark desert environmental mysterious night temple
    Comments: 4 (jump to comments)
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    Comments (4)

    KungFuFurby Link
    I just discovered something unexpected with this song... namely, you used a dotted note default length. It gives me this error on a stock 1.0.8 build (twice)...

    File SMWCentral/The Dunes at Night.txt, line 44: Unexpected character "." found.

    I made the dotted default note length functional on my 1.0.9 release candidate, which unfortunately could cause a desynchronization, based off of how this song runs it. I'd recommend getting of those dotted default note lengths in this particular situation, since it looks like you circumnavigated the bug, but accidentally left them on the final submission.
    VecchiaZim Author Link
    Hey MercuryPenny, I appreciate the suggestion - I tried it out and it sounds nice. If someone does add the change, I might suggest bringing down the volume on channel 3 to maybe v60.

    I just listened to it for the first time in awhile, and if I had it to do over again, I'd raise the channel volume for #0, #1, and #7 also, and probably the global volume too.

    I'd also probably throw an bass echo in the first half of channel 7, and maybe switch #6 and #7 in the second half of the song. And fix the missing tick in #2 and #3. Oh well.

    If anyone wants an update, including MercuryPenny's suggestion, here's a link:
    MercuryPenny Link
    perfectly sells the aesthetic of a desert at night. it's lonely and downright frigid, yet also peaceful and beautiful. the ONLY thing that bothers me is the echo only playing in the right speaker but i love everything else about this

    speaking of the echo - my suggestion to anyone planning on using this is to change
    #0 t28 w208 $ef $7c $00 $70 $f1 $07 $40 $01
    #0 t28 w208 $ef $7c $48 $48 $f1 $07 $40 $01
    if you want the echo to be in both ears without being overbearing
    Janno27 Link
    cool vibes! reminds me of some of the music a friend made (leif berger - hohes gras) If you're interested