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Nitro-Music Rumble [Project album]View project page

Submitted by Bored Cube (@bored_cube_) — 2 days, 8 hours before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Use of theme and limitations#94.3754.375

Ranked from 8 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

The title of your submission
Nothing is wR0nG hEre.mp3

Program(s) used

VST Plugin(s) used
Default ZynAddSubFx from LMMS (No VSTs used)

How did you use the theme/limitations?
Only used the black notes on the keyboard (Double checked :) )

Did you take inspiration from another creation?
Weirdcore/dreamcore song in general.

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Submitted (1 edit)

Haha, great song! Nice choice interpreting 'black' as 'dark' I imagine. Whatever synth that is, it sounds a bit like cats to me, so I see this as a form of comedical horror. I like the speed-up at 0:56 too. And at 1:17 the song even becomes pleasant a bit! Very cool entry :D


I listened to your music 3 times to understand why it was both magnetic and disturbing.

I finally understood! The melody is major pentatonic in F# and your bass follows a major pentatonic scale in Bb (basically, there's a 2-tone shift). I don't know if you did it on purpose, but it's great! So technically, you miss the challenge a little bit, but in terms of atmosphere, it's really interesting.

I really like the creepy effect at 52".


Well I’m glad you liked it, I think this is the most experimental thing I’ve done so far and I’m happy how it turned out, I am no professional making songs, but the music jam is a good way to practice :)

I would like to know why you think I missed the challenge since I only used black keys, after all, N0tHinG is wR0nG hEre. (But seriously I would like to know)

Also funny story, the creepy sound is the last part of the song (1:36 - piano) but I accidentally copied and pasted it into the “wah” synth.


Oh yes, I wasn't clear on the challenge: the bass in Bb pentatonic scale, the notes are : Bb, C, D, F and G. That's four white notes. The melody is i F# pentatonic scale (that has all the black notes) so this part is perfectly fine. That’s why I consider it’s partially succeeded :)

So the creepy sound is a happy accident. I often find something by accident. And it's clear that doing one jam a week makes us progress.


But…I only usted black notes…I didnt used white note.


It's strange, because I assure you that from the very beginning, your "wah wah" sounds make the following melody: Bb F D. And later your bass plays F G and C. I have no idea why, but I'm 99.97% sure that's it.

If others are reading this message I would like to have a confirmation.

Developer (2 edits)

The bass is C# - G#, then G# - F# and back, so it’s kind of close.

And I can understand the wah sound can be confusing, it’s not the most readable thing, it is actually the same as the xylophone at 0:10, but with less notes.

This is the wah pattern, the white lines mark black keys:


I believe you.

I changed my note on challenge, I put 5 stars ;)


YEah! great entry! i love the tale the song transmite, and in some parts sounds uncanny. For some external reason, when i was listening, i had a little headache, so it was a mini plus.

Developer (1 edit)

Thanks, I hope your head is alright. Also if you liked the storytelling aspect, read the youtube chapters, I made something :)


I enjoy the vibe this gives off, very unconventional. I feel like if you had EQ'd every instrument this would benefit greatly. Overall, pretty good!


Never EQ’d something, probably will consider it next time, thanks for the tip :)