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Previously known as the 'Faction Fronts Mod', Clear Skies is a large scale modding initiative, to re-design and expand S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Clear Sky. With the umbrella motive of creating a realistic, graphically superior and entertaining hybrid of the original game concept. Built from the best works the stalker clear sky modding community has to offer, along with the personal works of members from 828 studios. Clear Skies is an all inclusive package, designed towards a single vision, with a consistent level of quality and attention to detail.

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CounterRightHand Jul 23 2011 says:

That's really good, nice one.

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キレックス Jul 23 2011 says:

Somehow reminds me of Wip3out... Its weird... An it makes me think about Portal... Thinking with portals, no? And how the hell did you compose this tune? It's oddly relaxing and peaceful and unlike the original CS menu music that had that somewhat sad tone, this is something... i dont know, it's not happy nor sad tone, you know what i mean? Oh, one another thing, its perfect.

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Sclera Jul 23 2011 replied:

Thanks for your comments. How did I compose it? I never know how to answer that question. Messing around with samples from classical pieces for the first part, the melody just came to me. Added the percussion on a whim, decided I liked it.

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Derranged Jul 23 2011 says:

Sounds to me like this will be used in a cut scene or in the credits. Sounds very good though, I wish I was this talented with music software.

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Nerfwaffle Jul 23 2011 says:

very nice :)

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Trainbike Jul 24 2011 says:

I'm going to be honest, I'm not really digging the percussion. I think maybe it's a bit too loud and "in your face". However, overlooking that (relatively minor) gripe of mine I think it's a pretty good track. Quite memorable too it seems as after only a few listens I already have it stuck in my head.

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Sclera Jul 24 2011 replied:

I suspected people might react that way to the percussion. Nothing is set in concrete and I may end up changing it, since it is quite in your face as you say.

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Lito.LV Jul 24 2011 says:

Not bad, not bad at all.

Mystery sounds, like em.

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OoAlonso Jul 24 2011 says:

make it a little longer if u can, normally im longer than 1:28 in one place and a music thats repeating over and over with a stop @ 1:28 can be annoying

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Sclera Jul 28 2011 replied:

OoAlonso: This is menu music.

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[None] Jul 24 2011 says:

I actually liked it - Sounds very good, but I have to agree about the percussion, but somehow I think it adds a bit of atmosphere to the track as well. Perhaps just turn it down a notch (15% to 20%, I think), and perhaps some more overlapping pads (just slightly hearable) would be great, but that's just suggestions - It's a fantastic track! :) I'm excited to hear more in the future ;)

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nashathedog Jul 25 2011 says:

Hello, Can I just mention that when you hear the percussion come in and watch the spectrum it covers the whole range giving it so much of an apparent in your face effect(in your ear actually) So you should experiment with removing it from certain parts of the range because it does belong in the track and only needs some small tweaking. Also I dont know where it is going to be used but it could do with an extra segment (lengthen it) with a different sound so that if it loops it will not become annoying so easily. A good example is a menu track that is in the old GT4, although it was quite short I was able to just sit in the menu and listen to it for ages without recognising where it would loop from. You have started a nice piece congratulations

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The menu music of Faction Fronts Clear Sky 2 composed by Sclera - the 828 Studio sound tech.

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Jul 23rd, 2011
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