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Sonic- Emerald Hill Zone Piano

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Date
11/15/2010
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Song
3 MB
1 min 41 sec
Score
4.54 / 5.00

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Author Comments

This is a piano arrangement of the BGM from the stage "Emerald Hill Zone" from the video game Sonic 2. This is a collaboration between me and John Weeks.

MIDI Sequenced by John Weeks. Piano arrangement by Dr. Mack Foxx.

MIDI modified and used with permission. Please note: I do have written permission to post this from John Weeks.

I reply to all reviews so feel free to leave one. :)

Reviews


TechnolordTechnolord

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 15, 2010

Very bouncy tune n_n

Glad I heard it


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DrMackFoxx responds:

Glad you enjoyed it. :) Thank you very much for another great review!


urhuururhuur

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 14, 2011

cool file bro

sonic deserves it all


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DrMackFoxx responds:

Thank you very much for the great review and I'm glad you really liked this tune! :)


iimpulseiimpulse

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 8, 2011

Such a great remake, from such a great game

Amazing. Nice work. Probably my favourite Sonic track of all time, and you have aced it.


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DrMackFoxx responds:

Emerald Hill Zone is definitely among my favorite songs from any Sonic game. Great to know John Weeks and I put together a great cover of this song. :) Thank you very much for the excllent review and I'm glad you loved this track!


TafferX90TafferX90

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 13, 2011

awesome

Have you ever thought of trying Vectorman music?


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DrMackFoxx responds:

Ah! Thank you very much for yet another excellent review and I'm glad you really enjoyed this song! :)

Vectorman? Sadly, I am not familiar with that game, let alone its accompanying soundtrack. I'll look into it, though.


RickyTheHedgehogRickyTheHedgehog

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 16, 2010

Ah this song.

I never heard it much as Sonic 2 was one of the less played old games I have but it's still good. But I don't see what's wrong with some of the new games. Particularly I liked the Advance games alot better than the older ones but maybe that's just me? \O_o/ But the earlier game in my opinion were MUCH too hard. :S Keep up the good work!


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DrMackFoxx responds:

If you ask me, Sega jumped the shark when Sonic uttered that infamous line from Sonic Heroes during the ending scene of the game, just after defeating Metal Sonic: "Because we're Sonic Heroes!" Since then, Sonic games just seem to be all going downhill. If I had the knowledge of what it takes to actually build a video game and I had a good team of various programming, graphic design and other professionals under my command, I could probably do a better job than those guys at Sonic Team these days. Seems like each new Sonic game is now one profound disappointment after another. I would play Sonic 4, but I don't have the cash to spend on it, although it looks very promising. Very promising, indeed.

I did enjoy the Sonic Advance game trilogy and I would agree that the Genesis games were quite difficult: but the challenge is certainly half the fun, especially as someone who grew up with the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis. Then again, one could always count on cheat codes and a Game Genie. Sometimes, I really miss the days when Sega and Nintendo were top-notch.

Well, back to business.

I have to say, I'm quite happy to see that someone who is not very familiar with the original song still really enjoyed my rendition. :)

As always: thank you very much for the review! They are always appreciated. :)