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Date
02/01/2006
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Loop
648.1 KB
41 sec
Score
3.60 / 5.00

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Author Comments

The true name of "Generic Boss Loop". Re-encoded betterer than the last one.

Reviews


MaestroSorrowMaestroSorrow

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 2, 2006

Quite impressive.

It loops exceptional! So top marks on that.

I liked the instrument choices on this one, but for some reason, the instruments sounded a bit flat, if you know what I mean, the crash symbol sounded more flexible then the rest of the song.

I wouldn't change the symbol, but use it less frequently, after listening to it loop for 3+ times, it begins to get slightly irratating.

Still, pretty impressive.

5/5 from me again Grumbleduke, keep them coming ^^.


Grumbleduke responds:

I know what you mean by flat; this was a Cakewalk production, and the soundcard is not fantastic. Funny, I didn't really think about the cymbal, I just put it in, but it is a bit annoying after a while, you are right.

Good news though! I'll be getting Garageband back; A MacMini is on the way, bought just for makiing music with (for work of course ;) ). Some new things written for Newgrounds users shall appear.


LoneEagleLoneEagle

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 1, 2006

Good remake of your original.

Hmm let me see... higher tempo, higher pitch, different symbals? Loops better then the first one, yes now it sounds more of a boss loop, but still an act of courage or hero's theme to me, because of the constant ascension (spelling?) of the melody.

The song simply sound so full of positive energy.
I personnaly think that a boss song needs some negative and positive "riffs". Parts where you know how evil your enemy is and were he pulls off a god damn huge attack. And parts where you know that you can still see the end of this, that the enemy is not undefeatable.

I'm not taking anything away from you and your music. I love this song. This version is better for sure.

I vote you a big 5 and i hope you will be continuing the great work.


Grumbleduke responds:

I changed absolutely nothing about it except re-encode it with a different program, and that's how it came out, which is what it should have sounded like. Same with all the other re-hashes. Amazing what a difference using another program makes though.