After about an hour and a half with some inspiration from playing around with the demo of some cute iPhone game I'm doing music for, I came up with some of the music for it. This is something you'll hear when decorating a cake with some crazy, cute and adorable decorations. Might not be my type of game but I do enjoy making all kinds of stuff even if it's totally different from what I usually do.
The point of this was to be some sort of loop, but I didn't want it to be boring, so I actually composed it out to be almost 3 minutes. It does have some moments with more energy, but not too much or else it'd lose that whimsical feel I was trying to go for.
Nothing complicated here compositionally;
(compositional notes as always for those who are interested)
Lydian and ionian chord scales are what I was trying to aim for. Using a lydian melody, but adding that D chord (one step higher from the tonal center) it might put you in the sense of C lydian, but during the modulation to Eb, you'll find your sense of tonality is rooted in C, more so than G as your tonal center; as Eb is related to C because of it's parallel mode. The relationships are quite easy to see from a broad perspective but if you think about it there's a lot of complex relationships between the implied harmonies.
Audio: Exported from FL Studio; 320Kbps, 512-Point Sync Sample Interpolation
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Sample Libraries used:
EWQL Symphonic Orchestra Platinum Plus
Alienware M14x High-Performance Laptop
Intel® Core™ i7 2670QM 2.2GHz (3.1GHz w/Turbo Boost, 6MB Cache)
Genuine Windows® 7 Ultimate, 64bit, English
8GB Dual Channel DDR3 at 1600MHz
3.0GB DDR3 NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 555M using NVIDIA Optimus™ technology
14.0" High Def+ (900p/1600x900) with WLED backlight
750GB8 SATA hard drive (7200RPM)
MacBook Pro 15" Unibody
Intel® Core™ i7 2.2GHz
Mac OSX 10.6 Snow Leopard
Video Software used:
Any Video Converter