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Planet V (Exosphere)

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Feb 22, 2012 | 1:52 PM EST
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8.4 MB
9 min 12 sec
Score
4.07 / 5.00

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Rated 4.07 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Greetings. Well here is the final track I will put up from the planet series before the album release. You can be thankful for that I'm putting this up cause this is the final Chapter, 9 minutes long and I've spent quite a while composing this one, haha. "Exosphere" will take you with it on an odyssey through the last km of the planet's atmosphere (In other words; The exosphere.... AM I GOOD WITH TRACK TITLING OR WHAT? HAH). Here you will meet pretty cool guys like that man reading up shit before the launch of Apollo 14 and the last bit of soul I had left before writing a composition with the famous "4-chords".... well at least I put a little twist to it.

Also I'd highly consider checking out VISION. This is the newest album released by Smiletron. Probably the best chiptune album I've ever heard and will inspire me soooo much for Sleet.

I hope you enjoy this longass track. SLEET!!! MAY 1ST!!! Stay tuned.

Reviews


KleeFeeKleeFee

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice work, looped it for more than 3 hours!
Freaking love it. Go ahead producing such nice music!
Awaiting your next submission!


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Kubbi responds:

Thank you very much for listening and posting your feedback. Highly appreciated.
My next submission is right around the corner, I promise. :)


MVSRemixMVSRemix

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very nice bit of chiptune here. Especially with the white-noise drums which are an aspect of chiptune I've never been able to master. Besides the voice, I'm pretty sure an actual 8-bit console would be capable of playing something like this (that is, assuming it's 5 channels or less) which is another aspect which I greatly like. Despite the 8 bit era ended a good 20 years ago, I love hearing what could've been.

Well I say this is a good example of what could've been, but half way through pushes it a little bit XD

I knocked off a star because the rhythm was pretty repetative but besides that, it's a healthy four.


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Kubbi responds:

Thank you so very very much for the feedback. Yes I agree on the repetative beats. I'll probably work some more on the entire track before releasing the album.

This probably wouldn't be playable on a retro console.... heh.... it's made with 129 channels and 50 sample-instruments. Kinda ruins the entire 8 bit feel cause when it comes to chipmusic it's usually all about making as much as possible out of as little as possible, but screw that shit, man.

Again thanks for feedback and for listening. Highly appreciated.