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Old 05-24-2015, 01:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
Join Date: May 2015
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Default In search for a fitting song.

It's me again, in search of a song fitting for a rhythm game called osu!.

Here is a song refference for finding what I am looking for:
Ai Kayano - Oracion

It must be drum and bass with a relatively nice rhythm and high-pitched (childlike) female vocals. The vocals must not cover all of the song, beats must be clear in most parts.

More advanced stuff to locate the best fitting song:
  • >3 is really bad.
  • Song must be 1:30 - 2:30 mins aprox.
  • If it is 3+ mins, make sure I can cut it somewhere in the middle.
  • If the song is 5+ mins is must have a general variety in rhythm (not ctrl+c, ctrl+v)
  • Slow start is best 30-40 seconds is the best, not without beats though (without including possible intros that are not actual part of the song).
  • Much bass is considered mainstream so its a nei.
  • It's cool to be a remix of a song, just make sure it's catchy.
  • Songs including high-pitch voice are generally liked by the community, so it has to be kinda... Well, cute.
  • Songs that include 1/3 beats between 1/2 are a nei.
  • Japanese songs or remixes of them (better remixes) are a yay.
  • No death metal and other heavy stuff including screaming.
  • Short and catchy audio samples are the best, it's hard to work with long-lasting wubs/basses and claps (yeah these exist O.o).

Hit me with anything you can think of o/
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