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Uploaded
Jul 3, 2005 | 3:21 PM EDT
File Info
Song
1.6 MB
1 min 11 sec
Score
4.15 / 5.00

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Rated 4.15 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Video Game
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Author Comments

Extended version of Drop Bottom, felt the original was too short. Please vote/review!!!

Reviews


Humain-voidHumain-void

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Koolies

Its better than the mortal kombat jam I listened to earlier.Very nice.*claps*



LJCoffeeLJCoffee

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Meh...

Sounded alot like Mortal Kombat meets the Matrix... with a little Nintendo for good measure

The glitchy bits were very well done but I think you used about 100 too many hits. - The phased bassline was alright but it was just a little too stereotypical - Using the triplet echos and all - The timbre of the main melody left a little to be desired.

Overall I see where you were going with this and it's not really a bad piece - it just wasn't a great one...

Again, I'm voting 4 - you spent some time on it and it's really good but it didn't blow me away... Reworked a little this could be a 5 but as it is I think a 4 is fair enough.


tedJohnston responds:

hey, thanks for reviewing!

yes, like said before...this track was more of an experimental little bit than it was a full piece...there are lots of ideas in this track that could be developed and i'll keep what you've said in mind when i work on my future pieces.

thanks alot! cheers an g'day.

-Ted Johnston


Kasrkin-LordKasrkin-Lord

Rated 4 / 5 stars

nice

u just need to add more..."action" if u know what i mean ;)


tedJohnston responds:

thanks for reviewing!

yes...i do agree the track is a bit on the repetitive side...this was more of an experimental track than a real piece. i'll keep your suggestions in mind.

thanks again! cheers an g'day.

-Ted Johnston