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Feb 26, 2010 | 2:11 PM EST
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285.8 KB
11 sec
4.26 / 5.00

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Rated 4.26 / 5 stars
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After making the Spy Theme (Loop), I decided to make another one. Nothing really too special, but I thought it was slightly catchy ^^.

This uses East/West Symphonic Orchestra for the Double Bass and Staccato Strings, along with some free drum kit nathanallenpinard found and a bass from the Unison soundfont. I tried to go for more of a 'chase' spy theme, rather than my first version which depicts more of a 'theme song' rather than a chase.

Made the file size flash-friendly in case anyone wants to use this. Anyway, I hope you enjoy this, and I'll respond to all reviews, reviewing back one of your submissions if your review is helpful, and you have a guarantee that my returned review will be longer than yours, or your money back.

Oh, wait...

EDIT: Edited the song.

EDIT 2: Edited the song again



Rated 5 / 5 stars


I used the original Spy Theme in one of my movies, is absolutely great! Amazing quality of sound, I think this beta is better from the first one. Good work!

Step responds:

Haha, thanks for the review! Glad you enjoy my Spy Themes; if you ever want me to make any custom soundtrack for any movie of yours, just ask :). Sound quality is great because I use East/West Symphonic Orchestra :D. Thanks again for the review!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Short review this time :p

Just a short review this time, but i just want to say something :p
What you have here is pretty good and i could see it in a flash game if it was a bit longer and if it looped better. And with that, i mean that you can hear too much difference between the beginning and the ending. You can easily tell when the song starts over.
Now here's what i would do if i made this:
I would repeat the section from 00:05 to 00:10 a couple of times (without the reversed cymbal that is) and maybe add some little FX's. Then i would add a melody on top of that and make some other chord progressions. After that your song lenght should be around 1:00. What i would do next is build the song down a little, so that it sounds a bit like in the beginning. Ah, about what i said earlier that you can too easily tell the difference between the beginning and the ending of this loop: i know how i should say that now. The transistion between those two parts is too big. So that's why you should build the song down a little at the 'ending'.
Just wanted to say this, no need to review back :)

Step responds:

Lol I would've rather preferred if you reviewed one of the submissions which I didn't spend 15 minutes on xP. But thanks for the review! I see what you mean about the bad looping: I thought the reverse cymbal would do the trick, but unfortunately it still isn't a perfect loop. You have some good ideas for turning it into a song, and I have a few ideas too, but I doubt I'll turn it into a song because I already have another spy theme which is a small loop too, and if this one is turned into a song, it sort of sticks out from the first one, unless I turn them both into a song :P. But whatever, I'll see what I can do. Thanks for reviewing, and I will review back, I hate receiving helpful reviews because someone took their time to be awesome and write them and they receive nothing back, and besides, I like reviewing awesome submissions :).
So be prepared for a monster review >:3.