Quack! Quack!!× CLOSE
Dat intro. You may think I've just thrown it from my previous song. That's half true. The difference is the melody. In Remnants of O.R.I.G.I.N., I've used the C# dorian scale to create a exotic flavor. In this one, it's the B minor scale. I like the way it sounds similar, but at the same time, it's far from the SAME thing.
Okay, I've said too much about the intro. Now, for the whole track, I've delayed it too much. Main reason: sequencing makes me feel bored. But still, I finished it. Before making it in Famitracker, I experimented many times with my guitar. The idea came from a chord progression from a Brazillian song I listened a lot when I was a child; if you happen to be interested, it's Samurai from Djavan. I basically used its whole progression to make a important part of this song and, obviously, made my own stuff with it. After all, it's an original track. Don't tell me you never used the same chord progression from another song. Influences makes these things work.
I'm very happy with what I got, and I hope you guys like it too.
P.S.: If it happens to be at a low volume for you, I'm sorry. My audio is a bit distorted, especially for bass, that's why I reduced them a little bit in the track.