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A jam submission

FQL's Music CornerView project page

A collection of FQL's music.
Submitted by MayMoonsley (@MayMoonsley) — 2 hours, 51 minutes before the deadline

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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Rhythm and Pacing#102.8332.833
Mixing and Mastering#122.3332.333

Ranked from 6 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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Thanks for the advice, everyone! I'll try to keep your advice in mind as I work on more music in the future.

Re: note velocity - apologies for my lack of background in sound mixing, but what do you mean by velocity?


I agree with everything that's been said here. Also, try adding more instruments to this. Some background instruments, or let another instrument carry the melody for part of the song.


Try add some background instruments, try to work with notes velocity, give some expression.

Also master the mastering - add delay+reverb and this track will sound a lot more interesting.

I have lost the rhythm ~after 1:40, and melody was unclear from the beginning to the end.

But, never stop trying, you just have to practice.


From 2:00 circa it starts to fall a bit apart, otherwise it's good for what you had to work with. My tip is: try to think about the meaning behind every single note of the melody. If you eliminate all the unnecessary notes, you'll naturally have to make up for it by expressing all the remaining ones at their best, creating something that has real emotional impact.


wondrous pacing, some notes did not make sense but most of them did! The progression of the motifs was excellent.