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Wild Kanto Piano Battle

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Oct 6, 2009 | 4:03 PM EDT
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2.2 MB
1 min 55 sec
Score
3.84 / 5.00

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Rated 3.84 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Made the Wild Pokemon Song from Kanto using a piano. I plan on using this in a new flash movie I'm making but putting this here first.

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bunny-killabunny-killa

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Oh, this is good. Very good.

This just screams nostalgia, but again with pitch. It's good, and if you get around to fixing it let me know.



Shong1upShong1up

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great tempo, but pitch seems a tad high

you need work on that pitch and a little bass wouldn't hurt either


NnTelevision responds:

Yeah everyone seems to be sayin the pitch is too high so I'll fix that. thanks. As for the bass, I'm trying to stick to piano only for these. I might make some with full instrumentation though. But I guess that lowering the pitch would make the notes go down to a more bass-ey tone. So I'll have it all fixed by the time the movie comes out.Thanks!


JD14JD14

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Clipping and too high pitched :c

It's kind of obvious that you used a MIDI. But if you didn't then, props. :P
Thing is it seems like you used a MIDI because usually MIDI channels are at full volume--and the piano was too loud and thus got clipped. Again with your other song, it would sound better if it was an octave lower, also a common sign that you're using a MIDI file. Not that there's anything wrong with that, just, you should know to turn the channels down a little bit before exporting them.


NnTelevision responds:

Thanks for the feedback dude. I was just tired of all the pkmn songs people were making with bad notes and bad timing so I did these with what I felt was right.

To answer your question, I might have used a midi but im not sure. I can say that I wasn't on a real piano though. I used Fuity Loops 8 Demo to make this(which means I can't save editable files). I'll just have to remake these songs with a little lower volume and down an octave when i get started on the flash. Thanks again!