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Pendulum Hands

2009-09-17 02:52:25 by SageRiku

Nothing doing in a while.

... Yep.

Lots of script writing and doodling (storyboards, mostly), but that's usually how the cycle goes.

Eventually I'll improvise a tune and record it. Maybe play random progressions and it will end up being a full composition. Eventually there will be more songs.

... Eventually.


Ouch, that Hz!

2009-05-15 18:37:35 by SageRiku
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Users may notice that some of my songs become very quiet, even beyond audibility. This is due to the tracks' high dynamic range.

In reality, the song has not gone silent at all. Orchestral music typically has a large difference between the softest and loudest sounds. That is high dynamic range in audio, which has relatively no compression whatsoever. It may beg a few notches louder on your speakers.

The songs made by your favorite artists are more likely to be a bit more compressed and the softer sounds a bit louder than orchestral music, but still retaining some snap, particularly in the drums.

So the next time you listen to classical or soundtrack music, keep in mind the dynamic range involved that makes it sound so expansive.


Internet Killed The Audiophile

2009-05-08 17:30:52 by SageRiku

I do not begrudge Newgrounds whatsoever for their limitations on audio quality. However if you, the listener, disagree, my high-quality tracks of retained dynamic range and sample rate can be found at www.myspace.com/sagerikumusic.


"I'm finally here. I made it to the Earth."

2009-04-30 18:01:51 by SageRiku
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Ever since I did that remix of MaestroRage's Crumbling Cathedral, I've been thinking about joining Newgrounds.

Now it's happened. I'm here. I'm pleasantly curious as to what wonderous new worlds and people await me.

"Come with me...to outer space."