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December 12th, 2019

My inspiration for composing the Dream of Sakura emerged when I was creating a poem with my partner. While recording my partner’s reciting of the poem, I also conducted treatments such as filtering noises, editing the recorded voice, adjusting frequency, and more. Moreover, musical background designed on my own was added to the work, with the ending Japanese piano sound as its characteristic. Sounds of the wave, the bamboo, the rain and the bubble burst were either recorded on my own, or synthesized by myself. Specifically, the sound of bubble burst was unique because not only it was meticulously merged by delicate sounds, but also it helped create an atmosphere matching a love story between a Japanese girl and me. The ending alarm indicates it was the end of this beautiful dream.

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    12cooperj 1 year, 2 months ago

    This is beautiful! Thank you

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