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Date
08/24/2009
File Info
Loop
1.7 MB
55 sec
Score
4.41 / 5.00

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Author Comments

***REVIEW-PLEASE***

An old file I dug up from my 2007 collection. This is definately one of my better loops on Ng. Sadly I haven't released anything "real" in a while, but I hope this fills some of the holes.

Made with Sony Acid Music Studio 7.0

I hope you like it!

Reviews


CactankCactank

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 5, 2010

Ah, this song

I love this song and just had to fave it after playing so much Enigmata. The part at 0:12 always made me want to do a dramatic salute after blowing up massive ship. Amasing song :D



MagmariusMagmarius

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 5, 2010

Sounds familiar..

And I was right! The second the song started, I knew I've heard it before somewhere on Newgrounds. Checked where it was heard, and yup. There it was. Enigmata: Genu's Revenge. Fun game. If I'm correct you hear it when you finish a level. It's a nice and calming song. Good job!


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Spartan04Spartan04

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 4, 2010

You win!

Sounds very much like a victory song for older console games, or for the credits. Bringing back some nostalgia!


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BlizzardshotBlizzardshot

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 3, 2010

It's good but...

I wish the song was about 2 minutes longer.


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PhyrephoxPhyrephox

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 4, 2009

Good piece of work.

The synths here flow very cleanly, and I always pay attention to that in techie tunes.
Don't know bout you, but I can very easily see this going in like the credits of a Sonic game. Just sayin.


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Plasmatic responds:

The first thing I always do before seriously going into a piece is figuring out how to match up the instruments, so thanks! And haha, I guess I'll go with that Sonic thing as well.