The Music of Katawa Shoujo

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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by SpunkySix » Sat Feb 22, 2014 3:04 pm

Comrade wrote:Wish me luck!
Good luck! The music does add a lot.
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by Comrade » Sat Feb 22, 2014 3:27 pm

One thing i have to say: some of the music gives me such an incredible nostalgic feeling, its as if a past life calls for a reunion.
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by Sea » Sat Feb 22, 2014 6:33 pm

Comrade wrote:One thing i have to say: some of the music gives me such an incredible nostalgic feeling, its as if a past life calls for a reunion.
Time for replay #47?
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by SpunkySix » Sat Feb 22, 2014 11:36 pm

Comrade wrote:One thing i have to say: some of the music gives me such an incredible nostalgic feeling, its as if a past life calls for a reunion.
Yeah, it makes me feel a little empty, like something is missing.
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by Comrade » Sun Feb 23, 2014 12:51 am

SpunkySix wrote:
Comrade wrote:One thing i have to say: some of the music gives me such an incredible nostalgic feeling, its as if a past life calls for a reunion.
Yeah, it makes me feel a little empty, like something is missing.
The thing about nostalgia, is that its sort of like thirst, thirst for the person you used to be. To me t usually involves things I used to do when I was younger like that oniline we played in highschool, or places I once liked, or whatnot. So for some reason KS music is great in feeling nostalgic about stuff I can't remember
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by Comrade » Wed Feb 26, 2014 12:57 am

Update:
Made Wisona my alarm clock.
I really like Jitter and the 2X400m relay.
I have a question though, where in the VN does "Focus" and "Spin" play? Thry sound likr something out of Ever17...
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by Steinherz » Wed Feb 26, 2014 1:00 am

Comrade wrote:Update:
Made Wisona my alarm clock.
I really like Jitter and the 2X400m relay.
I have a question though, where in the VN does "Focus" and "Spin" play? Thry sound likr something out of Ever17...
Pay close attention when the 4LS appears when you open up KS (as in don't skip it), that's where Spin is.
I don't remember where Focus shows up though
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by Comrade » Wed Feb 26, 2014 1:08 am

Steinherz wrote:
Comrade wrote:Update:
Made Wisona my alarm clock.
I really like Jitter and the 2X400m relay.
I have a question though, where in the VN does "Focus" and "Spin" play? Thry sound likr something out of Ever17...
Pay close attention when the 4LS appears when you open up KS (as in don't skip it), that's where Spin is.
I don't remember where Focus shows up though
Yes, i knew that but i was wondering whether it played in one of the scenes.
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by Atario » Wed Feb 26, 2014 1:26 am

Comrade wrote:Made Wisona my alarm clock.
Keep in mind that whatever sound habitually jars you awake, you will come to loathe.
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by dutic » Wed Feb 26, 2014 1:29 am

Comrade wrote:
Steinherz wrote:
Comrade wrote:Update:
Made Wisona my alarm clock.
I really like Jitter and the 2X400m relay.
I have a question though, where in the VN does "Focus" and "Spin" play? Thry sound likr something out of Ever17...
Pay close attention when the 4LS appears when you open up KS (as in don't skip it), that's where Spin is.
I don't remember where Focus shows up though
Yes, i knew that but i was wondering whether it played in one of the scenes.
Focus was used for a trailer of sorts and wasn't in the actual game :)

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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by SpecimenSix » Wed Feb 26, 2014 1:31 am

Atario wrote:
Comrade wrote:Made Wisona my alarm clock.
Keep in mind that whatever sound habitually jars you awake, you will come to loathe.
Not necessarily. Strangely enough I have some nostalgic memories of waking up to my iHome back before my iPod broke years back. Weird thing to look back fondly on I know. :lol:
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by SpunkySix » Wed Feb 26, 2014 1:32 am

SpecimenSix wrote:
Atario wrote:
Comrade wrote:Made Wisona my alarm clock.
Keep in mind that whatever sound habitually jars you awake, you will come to loathe.
Not necessarily. Strangely enough I have some nostalgic memories of waking up to my iHome back before my iPod broke years back. Weird thing to look back fondly on I know. :lol:
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by Comrade » Wed Feb 26, 2014 1:34 am

Atario wrote:
Comrade wrote:Made Wisona my alarm clock.
Keep in mind that whatever sound habitually jars you awake, you will come to loathe.
I don't have much issues with waking up (even though i do so at 5:30 am) and i rather wake up to something nice than an annoying generic ring
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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by dutic » Wed Feb 26, 2014 2:17 am

Comrade wrote:
Atario wrote:
Comrade wrote:Made Wisona my alarm clock.
Keep in mind that whatever sound habitually jars you awake, you will come to loathe.
I don't have much issues with waking up (even though i do so at 5:30 am) and i rather wake up to something nice than an annoying generic ring
My alarm clock is Raindrops and Puddles and I just lie there and listen to it to the end every morning. What a way to wake up.

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Re: The Music of Katawa Shoujo

Post by AaronIsCrunchy » Wed Feb 26, 2014 5:58 am

Is it better to have something you like waking you up though? I'd have thought it would be something so appalling that if you set it at the other end of the room, you can't wait to get out of bed to turn it off. In which case, Ah Eh I Oh You. I like the nurse, but DAMMIT THAT MUSIC >:(
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