celestial gears
 
  Jul 11th 2020 10:30pm
 
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delfemask, 4 parts
worked on with quirby64 from the 8th to the 12th

this entire collaboration was a ride and a half. it was something that i've honestly had the most amount of fun with during this entire compo, and the product from it is something we're both proud of.

it's inspired by a ton of things; mainly pop, punk, and electronica. we basically mixed those flavors (along with some s p a c e - y _ v i b e s ) into a medley that we hope you enjoy. it's been a fun 5 days, that's for sure.

if you haven't already, check out quirby's account, as well as her bandcamp. she is an excellent artist not just in chiptune, but in alt. rock as well. she basically started this entire thing and we passed it around, extending each other's parts until i closed it up with the reprisal ending.

hope you all enjoy! :D/
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123478
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post #123478 :: 2020.07.11 10:33pm
  
  Tilde, Jakerson and big lumby liēkd this
HEY YO THATS ME
 
 
124325
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post #124325 :: 2020.08.02 12:47am
  
  Quirby64 and big lumby liēkd this
Great track :)
How did you collab? I am curious, maybe one day I will do a collob too :) You chose a chord progression and mood, and work on ideas? Or work together at the same time?
 
 
124367
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post #124367 :: 2020.08.02 9:30am
  
  Quirby64 liēkd this
me and quirby's collaborating process basically went like this:

one of us would send a early draft of the song for the other to work on for the day, then send it back to the one who sent it. it mainly consisted of adding the intro and outro, coming up with the lead melody and additional bassline, stuff like that. once finished, both of us agreed on the final product, one of us rendered it to .mp3 and .vgm and submitted it, listing one of us as collaborator.

the entire songwriting process itself was mainly kept within the song, as in that we basically sent our ideas within the project file and sought what the other thought of it before they worked on it. the cool thing about this was that me and quirby were kinda on the same page when going with this idea. the ideas she and i had meshed very well with each other and blended together to become what you hear in the track. it was a fun time, that's for sure.

but yea, by all means go for it! there are tons of people willing to collaborate on this site and tons of ways to collaborate in general...that, and it's just all around fun tbh. collaborating with someone can make memories, that's for sure ^^
 
 

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