This is a sound design project that I have built to improve my understanding of creating audio for games - unfortunately, this is not a game.

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MkAndersson May 16 2012, 12:33am says:

This is shaping up to be a really beautiful game.
I like the music a lot. Only disliked the beginning which sounded too midi but you're planing on fixing that so :) Keep up the great work.
Hope to see the church and town soon ;)

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Calamity_Jones May 17 2012, 7:28am replied:

Thanks :) I'm using Kontakt; most of the instruments sound great, but the classical guitar is terrible. Handily, I can play (and own) that instrument - I just need to get around to making the recording...

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Calamity_Jones Jan 17 2013, 5:36am replied:

You may be pleased to know that I've updated this video with a new version that has REAL guitar!

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This is a composition I've created for the Letters Upon A Page project. It is intended to be emotionally provocative, invoking visions of naturally-beautiful vast, open expanses of grassland. This is an updated version of the piece, with real, recorded guitar as opposed to the awful-sounding sampled guitar driven by MIDI.

The Mod DB version of this video seems to have reduced volume for some reason... My PC seems to have struggled with recording this video clip, hence why the windmill seems to stutter somewhat...

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Jan 17th, 2013
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