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May 1, 2009 | 9:39 AM EDT
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3.5 MB
2 min 35 sec
4.45 / 5.00

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Rated 4.45 / 5 stars
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One of my biggest musical inspirations for my style of composing came from when I was playing Super Robot Taisen Original Generation 1 & 2 on my Game Boy Micro. It was a really great strategy RPG game with mechs, cannons and whatnot, but another thing that really made it enjoyable for me was the incredibly well-made soundtrack. I simply loved the soundtrack of both games: the base themes, the battle themes and the character themes most especially.

So now that I have my current tools for composing, I'm not limited to anything. It was about time I made a tribute song to one of the greatest inspirations in my entire life as a composer. I hope you enjoy my remix of Kyosuke Nanbu's theme, called "Trump Card Alteisen", based on his trademark mecha and its ultimate attack.

Pretty small edit made to the piano at the last part.

*sigh* Only now I notice I didn't put a direct download link here XD
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Rated 4 / 5 stars


Starts off really quick, right off the bat!! I like that.
I don't like the 0:33 part. It seems like you wanted to fit too many instruments at once.
The drums were chaotic around the mid.
that sound at 0:19 and 1:26 didn't make much sense.
1:45 - again, a bit too much of everything.
Nice pauses here and there.
at 2:16 it sounded like it just SWITCHED, not transfered into something more quiet.

Rough around the edges, but I could listen to it in a dynamic game, maybe a shooter or a racing game, it's good.

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rtnario responds:

Now THAT'S a review. It's true about me wanting to fit many instruments at once; I'm still working on that. The drums are all planned out to sound chaotic. =) The sound at 0:19 & 1:26, for the third time in these reviews (XD), was part of the original. And 2:16 was kinda abrupt, sorry ^^;

Thanks for taking the time to point out imperfections for me. I'll work on it ^^


Rated 5 / 5 stars

DUDE... WTF?!!

WTF Did you use to make this????
Coz It's awesome!

rtnario responds:

FL Studio of course =)



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hmmm, consider me impressed.

Ryusei would be proud. It's got some small imperfections here and there, some parts where the back round seems to overtake the main melody (1:48 is the best example, the harmony has to be there but you should turn it down IMO).

It was well done, and I do love SRW music, nicely executed.

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rtnario responds:

Yeah, I still have that problem about the background being too powerful, and is evident in lots my songs where I use lots of effects ^^;

Thanks much for the criticism! And since you love SRW music, you should check out Last Showdown. It's a remix of Haken Browning's theme from the newest non-strategy-but-still-ok SRW DS game, Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier. I decided to make it after I made this XD

And FYI, I do have an old beta of Ryusei's theme remixed as well...=)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty good

I like the guitar play, although it sounded kinda noisey throughout the song.
The sound at 0:19 and 1:26 seemed kinda random o_O

rtnario responds:

Again, it's part of the original. And yes, it really does sound very random, but I got used to it ^^
I'll try making the guitar sound cleaner, but I still have a long way to go there XD Thanks.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Great song. sounds like it should be the start of an anime or the end.

rtnario responds:

The original is very Anime-ey already actually, since it's based on the Super Robot Wars series of Japan. Thanks!