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Battle Experiment #8.1

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Date
06/02/2012
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7.1 MB
3 min 46 sec
Score
4.59 / 5.00

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If you give this song a 0/5, I will carefully consider your thoughtful, valuable opinion, and if you're lucky, I'll even upload an improved version for your further down-voting pleasure. Enjoy! ^^ /snark

So, with that said, this is a minor update to Battle Experiment #8, another one of my RPG/video game/NemesisTheory-inspir ed compositions. This is pretty generic stuff; if you've listened to what I've been spitting out lately, you'll know the drill by now - drum'n'bass beat, strings, piano arpeggios and chords, a choir, and some brass instrumentation. There's only one change compared to #8.0 - I thought using the opening string melody during the violin's part sounded a bit off, so I changed it for that one section. Hopefully, it's an improvement. Anyway, I hope you enjoy! (and this time, I actually mean it. ^^)

UPDATE 1: Changed the volume balance slightly, hopefully for the better by making it sound a bit fuller.

For you audiophiles, this composition was made in LMMS with the help of Audacity and the FluidR3_GM soundfont. It plays at 166 BPM, and the file is encoded in variable bit-rate (VBR) MP3 @

Reviews


MajinMaianMajinMaian

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 26, 2012

INSTA KILL <3

Loved from the first second.


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foxhead128 responds:

Thanks! Glad you enjoyed it. ^^


scubasteve92scubasteve92

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 4, 2012

While yes, the song is pretty repetitive, I believe that the song is still great nonetheless. Reason being is that the music feels as if it can bring out the raw emotions of the [said video game character] AND it can also be considered a boss battle music if the music was a tad darker and more ambient in guitar riffs. Nonetheless, the minor update is still terrific, and I know you'll make even better songs.


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foxhead128 responds:

I don't think I put in a guitar... maybe you mistook the piano chords for a guitar? But thanks for the feedback. You do have a point in that a guitar could actually do it some good. I'll certainly try to make better songs in the future, but no guarantees there.


blizterblizter

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 2, 2012

The sounds and your ideas are good, it just seems like it's a little bit repetitive, but just a little. I guess it's normal since it's a battle music.

Anyway, Good job!


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foxhead128 responds:

Thanks. Yes, I'm aware that it's rather repetitive. Since it's modeled around the style of oldschool video game music, it ended up inheriting that characteristic. Doesn't entirely justify it, of course. ^^;


decoyultimatumdecoyultimatum

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 2, 2012

i think that your soft synths in the back need a little more strenght and stability. while listening you can tell that theyre there but you cant really tell whats going on with them


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foxhead128 responds:

Thanks for the feedback! I might eventually roll out a Battle Experiment #8.2 that addresses the issue you're talking about. Incidentally, those are strings, not synths.