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8-Bit Originals: Dank Dungeon

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Date
05/16/2011
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2.5 MB
1 min 51 sec
Score
4.12 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Long time, no post. Here is the second song in my original 8-bit series. This is inspired by the many dark, dank dungeon themes in video games that kept our minds boggled. As always, please let me know what you think!

Game On!
~Smartpoetic

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BurningBarrelBurningBarrel

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 17, 2011

Quite dank if I may say so

I would smoke that Dungeon if I could.


smartpoetic responds:

I'm pretty sure that isn't the only thing you are smoking.


BezoBezo

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 16, 2011

Very nice work.

It very much reminds me of a lot of music from the 8-bit era while being completely new. Some might call it repetitive, but I call it minimalistic. And that's certainly not a bad thing.


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smartpoetic responds:

Thanks Bezo! I'm starting to have a "simplicity is better" approach to my composition now. Mainly because many composers forget that things cannot have complexity without having a solid, simple foundation to stand on.

Also, it gives me more room to have fun later on when I revise it! :)

~Tiara


JStanioJStanio

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 16, 2011

Nostalgia'd

The music is really fitting, maybe a little more sad than dark, but it still fits with the idea you set out to accomplish, I liked the slight ritardando you integrated, and the arppegiation on the bass line was nice, as well as were the changing. Enjoyed thoroughly good work. I've always loved 8-bit music, this made me nostalgia to the NES/SNES days of youth.


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