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Nov 30, 2009 | 5:38 PM EST
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3.3 MB
1 min 27 sec
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3.53 / 5.00

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Rated 3.53 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Harmony Class Project. Inspirations include uP and Banjo Tooie. Decided to make this piece the end of a journey, as my classes are all wrapping up after 1st semester college. Enjoy :)

-ImperfectDisciple

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wyldfyre1wyldfyre1

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Ooohhh VG Game music!

Lovely, My only real problem to the song is that its really really silent up to a point. Wich tells me the levels need to be worked on a bit more in the opening part of the song. Unless you wanted it to do a slow fade in wich that case the slow fade was rather too slow haha. All in all though it works perfectly for a game.. RPG It up!

Wyldfyre1


ImperfectDisciple responds:

Woo woo! Yeah, levels are kinda weird, but it's meant to do that. Unfortunately, going from Finale to midi to FL Studio 6 really quick makes me forget such important specifics. Thank you :)

RPG IT UP I SHALL! :D

-ImperfectDisciple


CoopCoop

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

French video gaming

An interesting concept, where people stand around in a rural town square as the market gets set up for the day. People turn up riding bicycles and the pace of everything slows to a crawl.

I can see this getting used for video games and it would be for something along the lines of a LoZ style of game, as the hero enters the peaceful square, just before something cataclysmic happens, thus involving him in the plot and giving him something to do.

I'd certainly suggest on that line of thought you make some sort of 'evil thing attacks rural town' style piece, just so that if this was being done, people don't have to cope with two different artist's styles, as that could imbalance the whole setting of a video game, for example.

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ImperfectDisciple responds:

Sure, if I have that opportunity, that would be according to plan...thanks!

-ImperfectDisciple-


HaggardHaggard

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Sounds more like town music

Yeah, the music you constantly can hear when walking around in towns. It just has those nice and calm atmosphere that almost all RPG towns have (except of course, when they are being attacked. Which seems to happen a lot in role playing games ^^).

"End of our journey" somehow sounds like "music that can be heard while the credits are rolling" to me. And for that the song would be simply misplaced. For the credits I would expect something more powerful.

Anyway, the song is very nice, but I think it could be spiced up a little with some more powerful melodies in it.

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NekoMikaNekoMika

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Sounds like pirates

Sounds like a really simple pirate game ending or intro song to me which is alright I think. Sounds really nice and soft which is somewhat helpful if you're trying to calm down or get new ideas in your own head.

Accordion: First time I've heard one of those in awhile. It keeps its own simple beat the whole time which is nice. Pretty much like a small loop if you might say.

Flute: Makes it sound really soft and classic in this. I see how you make the most of all the high and low ranges with it. Pretty nice.

Bass guitar: I hear a bass guitar sound here and there in this but not really audible for t he most part. It sounds very nice anyways.

Overall: Can't really improve this in one way or another, sounds pretty nice the way it is.

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SCTE3


ImperfectDisciple responds:

Thanks :)


Music-storyMusic-story

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well, video game reviews aren't my forte, but..

Don't expect any intricate review here. I'm not a video game genre fan here. Anyway, I only played one game with banjo tooie so your remix doesn't sound familiar to me. I like the happy vibes. At least it isn't some cheesy happy hardcore fuzzy instruments blaring out.

Well, can't give you much for originality for obvious reasons. A question about this remix though. Do you produce this from scratch using your ears only or do you get some outline draft of all the notes and just put it in your music program and change the instruments? I never remixed a song so I don't know how you remixers do it. If you did it by ear I give you props.

Technically, I like how you panned the bass to the left and put the rest of the instruments on the right speaker. Everything sounds really clear. The bass does not give this annoying feedback and any unwanted noise. Perhaps you used a noise gate?

Not surprisingly, I don't have much to say about this song. It makes me feel happy. Maybe some background ambient sounds (eg. birds, seawaves,etc) could make this song more happy. I've heard some video game songs on NG and a lot of them seem to be some sped of version of the original. I like how you kept your song simple. It actually doesn't have those moments where you "use one finger and mash as fast as you can at the keyboard". Good job, I assume you have a good background in piano or some other instrument.

5/5 and 9/10 review. (Remixes never get a 10 from me. Just my standards)

Bye for now


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ImperfectDisciple responds:

Haha, it's not a remix. I was simply inspired by the style of music. And if it was a remix, I do it by ear, though I don't always get the chords right that way.

As far as the panning, thank you! It's actually a bass sample from the classical writing program called "Finale," so it was a fairly good sample as it was. I just made sure that the volume was balanced otherwise.

I agree with the sound effect comment. I think a nature soundscape would be perfect for this piece.

Thank you :)

-ImperfectDisciple