A happy and inspiring drum-n-bass track from Osanzi.
Album: 裏現 / Rigen
English translation will be published soon.
Artist: il cremonese
Singer: 初音ミク / Hatsune Miku
It opens with Miku's voice, singing lamentiously with a relaxed voice. Then the drums come in, and you get treated to some really heavy-sounding guitars.
The lyrics are not as deep as most other songs, but it does convey a clear story of losing someone and being unable to get them back.
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The SDRPlay RSP1A is a nice software-defined radio (SDR), covering frequencies from 1kHz to 2GHz and with up to 10MHz bandwidth. It is very easy to set up and use, but unfortunately, that is if you are using Windows. Its default SDR software, SDRUno, is only available for Windows, and it requires a...
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More songs from il cremonese. A song really well done.
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This is just so poetic that I can’t let it go by untranslated.
I used to arrange music I like. Or at least play around with audio. Well, I still want to, but due to time constraints… Yeah. Here are some songs that I covered/arranged/modified/played around with. (Mind that all of these are produced digitally–there were no people playing real instruments here, so don’t complain if they sound unnatural [but I did try to make them sound natural].)
For a school project, I made my first game--Kanji Invaders. I originally intended it to be a Gradius clone but I did not use any game engine, I coded it manually from scratch using C++ and SDL2, so it was an almost impossible task given the time that I have. So I made Kanji Invaders, a Gradius-like game (I guess more like Space Impact) with kanji characters as your enemies. It is my first game, but also the first music soundtrack that I composed. You may listen to the complete 3-song original soundtrack here. Or you may go to the games's page to download it.
This was very hard to translate, seeing that the words are very abstract, and on top of that, confusing. Still, here’s my best attempt at translating this really cool song.
I don’t really know, but I don't think this is your typical buzzG song. Sure, the lyrics are exactly what you might expect from a buzzG song, but musically, it just sounds different, but I don’t know why. I especially like the style–the feel of the drums, the strum of the guitar, Miku’s dark vocals, and of course, you know how much I like well-made lyrics, so here I am, presenting this song to you.
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Composer’s Comment:「Recently, I feel like I haven’t seen stars. I’ll try to walk looking up. Yeah, I’ll do that.」