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Date
04/15/2010
File Info
Song
3.2 MB
2 min 49 sec
Score
4.09 / 5.00

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Author Comments

The "prototype" second FL piece I've written, featuring much better production quality than the first. As always, tips and advice are surely appreciated.

Available on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=jKiFY5BkVzw

Reviews


DaggerfireDaggerfire

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 25, 2010

Pretty cool

The first thing that came to mind was, "Wow, this sounds pretty similar to the theme of Zero in Megaman X." Remember that part after you get your ass kicked by Vile, when Zero blasts the mech's arm clean off? Good times.


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OzzypigOzzypig

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 23, 2010

I'd kill for the sheet music, really.

Pretty good. I gave you an 8...well, because I don't just give 1s or 10s. I think that it's a perfect blend and mingling of piano and bass. I honestly haven't heard a better combination. The drums spiced it up a little bit, and I liked that. I like how you made an A-B-A pattern. Anyways, great job and keep making music!


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armageddon55armageddon55

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 23, 2010

Feels more like Engagement rather then Fullfillmen

Feel alot like deadly 8-bit combat then a legendary fulfillment. But regardless, I LOVE this tune, it has a minimun repetitive feel and the constant life-like feel. I just love it in every way. But, the low bass in the background was slightly irratating.



Rabid-AnimalsRabid-Animals

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 21, 2010

Thrilling!

What I enjoyed most about this production was the progression. Slowly, it builds upon itself, adding effects, and strengthening the mood. The music becomes engrossing, pulling the listener closer and forcing him or her to let the sounds fill their mind. This is the part that I really found interesting; this music would fit well in all kinds of movies and games. Spy missions, covert operations, interrogations and other tense situations would be beautifully complemented by this song.

The only real criticism I can offer is that the climax of the song didn't really live up to my expectations. I expected a powerful crescendo, and a crashing melody, to provide a kind of closure to the listener. While I did hear a little bit of this throughout the song, it would have been better at the finish.

Anyway, I really liked it.


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potatobomberpotatobomber

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 20, 2010

Nice Job!

Very simple, rather than a gigantic uproar of 10 or so instruments. However, some parts of this resemble the mortal combat theme. There was a bit of jazz in here, and for some reason I dislike that. I gave a 9 cuz, as i said, it resembled the mortal combat themesong.


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