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Jul 1, 2009 | 7:35 PM EDT
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1.8 MB
1 min 59 sec
4.18 / 5.00

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Rated 4.18 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

I had a lot of fun writing this one! So many memories... And the percussion was fun, I just hope it makes sense to everyone, I know it is different hearing it as its made, and hearing it in full the first time. Just let me know if I need to make anything clearer!

-I'm thinking about moving stuff around and creating a constant loop so it can be used in games and stuff, but I dunno. Please review, feedback really helps me out! :DD



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very, very good.

And very original, as always. I'll be keeping an eye out for your new stuff.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

strange but in a good way

It's very good but to me it just strays a little too far from the original, but I guess that's what the 21st century is about bringing things back as new, still it is a very good piece, I enjoyed it , keep it going

noesis9812 responds:

Yeah, I really didn't want a clone of the original. I love variation and change, it makes things more interesting and brings a freshness to the new piece that you can't get if you merely duplicate the original ya know? I mean, why make something new if it sounds like something that's been done? :D

Thanks for the comments, and I'm glad you liked my work!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Unique :)

+Very nice rendition of this piece. It's very upbeat, yet relaxing. Very unique with the percussion/woodwind aspect intertwining with each other. Made this piece amusing.

-At :14 - :21, the drum and hi-hat combo feels too empty. Keep the snare there, but maybe try offbeat hits.

-Needs a little more warmth in the bass end. The whole piece is lacking a foundation on the bass in some parts.

+Section at 1:24 is the most beautiful thing in the world. If you were going to do a loop...

Part 1-Start at 1:24, transition to beginning of song.
Part 2-Beginning of song, then go to :30. Repeat starting from part one

Another great loop start would be...

*Start at 0:30 and go to 1:24, repeat. A cool idea with that would be to, starting at :42, going to :49, have a chorus of people shout "hoooh" on beat 3 of each measure, something like that could be fun :P

***So there yah go, two possible loops you could make ;) Just keep experimenting and having fun. This was great :) Sorry for throwing all the random ideas out. I kinda go there when I get excited about the possibilities of music :P


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noesis9812 responds:

Sorry? Throwing random ideas is GREAT! Hahaha.

Actually, I meant to have string bass and/or cello in there to bulk it up a little. I guess I got too excited that I posted it without writing it in, lol.

And I know what you mean about the lack of snare at :14-:21. I like the change in feel with taking the snare out though. I could add shaker or something though to keep a beat if you think that would work...

And I like your loop ideas. The only vocal stuff I have is some drumline vocals, haha. I bet I could find something to fit. I was also going to have Navi's "Hey!" and "Listen!" along with some Link noises, not necessarily on beat, but I couldn't find a place...

THANKS for the review! And I'm glad you liked the piece!