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Battle Experiment #1.2

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Credits & Info

Date
06/03/2012
File Info
Song
6.8 MB
3 min 37 sec
Score
4.30 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.30 / 5 stars
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304 Plays | 36 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Video Game
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Author Comments

Before rating this song a 0/5, I just wanted to tell you that I truly appreciate your thoughtful opinion and will take it into very careful consideration. If you're lucky, an improved version will be uploaded in the near future for your further down-voting pleasure. Enjoy! ^^ /snark

So... with that said, this is an updated version of Battle Experiment #1.1. Some chords and instruments have been changed since the last version, as well as the beat, hopefully improving the overall quality of the song. As you can probably guess, it's more generic RPG-styled battle music, heavily-influenced by the general style of NemesisTheory and Final Fantasy. You might know the routine by now - drum & bass beat, strings, piano arpeggios and chords, a choir, and some brass. Except that this one also has an electric guitar! Whoo! Anyway, I hope you enjoy this composition! (and this time, I actually mean it)

For you audiophiles, this composition was made in LMMS with the help of the FluidR3_GM soundfont. The looping was done in Audacity. It is precisely 48 measures long (excluding the looping and 5 blank measures at the end) and plays at 166 BPM, with a very slight delay in the loop (loop point is 1 minute, 9.4 seconds into the song). The file was encoded in variable bit-rate (VBR) MP3 at an upper limit of 320 kbps for your listening pleasure.

Reviews


LoatharLoathar

Rated 4 / 5 stars June 4, 2012

The battle music is definitely there, maybe you sure try to make the melody stand out more and stick to a certain feel. I like the piano/strings combo, you have created a nice battle theme I just feel you might need to play around with the volume of each instrument. The guitar is too sharp for my taste but everyone has different likes/dislikes.

Don't try to understand what I say, I can not describe anything properly my left brain doesn't work.


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foxhead128 responds:

Thanks. I might try to do something about it.