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Tetris Theme [8-bit remix]

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Date
06/16/2008
File Info
Song
1.3 MB
1 min 22 sec
Score
4.33 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.33 / 5 stars
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Genres:
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Author Comments

I've been listening to some Tetris remix's and decided to do my own.
it's old school type, just some slight changes.

Reviews


comicretardcomicretard

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 2, 2009

cool

gotta love tetris.



MXlabelMXlabel

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 14, 2009

love it

very nice work! :) I enjoyed it!


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Z3kkZ3kk

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 7, 2008

Yayz!

Whoa....you create these by ear? Nice perfect pitch then!!! :P I kinda have it but I just can't always tell if a given instrument is tuned correctly (a isn't 440 Hz or w/e it was, pitch too sharp/flat, etc.). Sounded somewhat off-tune as compared to the original (I think it's a minor, but that's only from the ones I've heard...I could have listened to the wrong ones though), though I guess you could have been doing that on purpose.

Why do I mention that? The original tetris seems to be in "a (as in the note)" natural minor (which is confusing me since I thought almost all minor stuff is in harmonic minor, and I'll shut up now before I confuse myself even more...). Yours seems to be in f natural minor. HOWEVER, when you go from the first part (C, G flat A flat B flat, C B A flat G F, A flat C, B flat A flat G, A flat B flat A flat F, F) to the next part (F, A flat C B flat A flat G, E flat G, F E flat D, E flat F G E flat C, C), you suddenly change to the different key--I think--of A flat Major and then change back (D flat, E flat F, E flat D flat C, A flat C, B flat G, G A flat B flat C A flat F F). Even if you didn't change keys, it would still mean that you changed the notes around when transposing. It might sound confusing (sorry!), but I'm sure that if you play what I said on a keyboard/piano out loud, then you'll notice the difference. Of course, you could have been varying it on purpose (as possibly with the key). In typing the notes, I might have made mistakes in the rhythm with the commas or just in typing the notes since I'm semi-distracted right now. >.<

All in all, I like your 8-bit music covers/compositions! xD Keep making more!


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TehSeph responds:

*is confused* but thanks xD


McjonteBoyMcjonteBoy

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 18, 2008

8-bit

I really like the old 8-bit sound, may that sound never die


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gibson01gibson01

Rated 3 / 5 stars June 16, 2008

ICK!!!!

Sorry but im not enterested in the whole 8 bit sound. Well it not so bad i guess i would just and some modern beats to it and i thind it would be sweet. Sweet ass sweet!