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Date
08/27/2010
File Info
Loop
1.3 MB
1 min 7 sec
Score
4.38 / 5.00

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Author Comments

WOOT! Number ten in mah Chiptune series ^^
I wonder when #20 will come...
KK Slider

Reviews


RetromanOMGRetromanOMG

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very nostalgic.

I love the very upbeat feel to it, it's just a little basket of happy to me.

For it ti be better, I guess it could be longer, I don't know. It's pretty fine the way it is.


KKSlider60 responds:

All of these loops are about a minute or so in length. At 160kbps quality, its mp3 is about 1 to 1.5 Mb, meaning that if a Flash artist wants to use it somewhere it'll be a piece of cake to compress it. Although I have a minimalistic approach to quite everything, I'll try something different with 8-Bit music. :)
Thanks for your review,
KKS


HungarianSubstationsHungarianSubstations

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love this!

Brings back old memories, and it's good to see more 8-Bit. I'll be sure to check out your other stuff.

One thing though, is that i felt the drums could have been a bit more defined, but on the other hand the 'noisiness' of them sort of adds to the calmness, and I guess it all comes down to personal preference!


KKSlider60 responds:

Unfortunately, there's a lot of work to do with the drums, as I did try to simulate the PCM sound of the old NES. And I failed... So, I'm just sticking with this white noise sound. :/ Lately, it's like there's a new 8-bit revival on NG, probably because of the Flixel Flash framework notoriety among users, who knows.
Thanks for your review, have a good time
KKS