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Galaxyman's theme (Megaman 9)

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Dec 2, 2009 | 10:30 AM EST
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802.9 KB
52 sec
Score
4.18 / 5.00

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Rated 4.18 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Hi there!

There's my first submission. I just got Fruity Loops, and decided to make a soundtrack inspired by the galaxyman's stage music, from megaman 9.

Enjoy!

(oh and, if anyone wonders about my skill to make music, you have to know that it's my first time, so, please, be merciful in your votes :D)

Reviews


AudeameAudeame

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like this one most!

Out of all the Mega Man 9 Remixes of Galaxy Man, this one is my favorite.
I love how everything gets quiet so you can hear the melody perfectly.
You've made everything very easy to catch onto, and nothing is cluttered.
Great work! I'm giving this a five, a 10, and I'm saving it to my favorites!
And I'll download it too ;)



GiokaiGiokai

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I see what your trying to do.

I really do but you ephasized it too much.
You seemed to going for a very spacy feel but there is not enough of a back beat and it sounds very repeptive when you use a very limited amount of sounds and instruments.

Keep working hard and you'll eventually get it.



ikanreedikanreed

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Not fully orchestrated

Your piece pretty well captures the melody of the level, however you seem to have missed a lot of the background parts that fill out the song and make it harmonious.

I know it takes a keen ear and a lot of work to get those right, and for a first try it's not bad at all.


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Graton responds:

Thank you for your constructive review. (my first one :D)
I understand your opinion about this, but i don't know for the moment how to make my melodies more constant, and it was really hard to fill up the empty places between sounds in a lot of situations.

Next time i'll try to make an invented music, not a remake. I'll certainly do better ;).