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Trap Factory (8 bit)

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Date
06/04/2012
File Info
Song
3.9 MB
2 min 50 sec
Score
4.47 / 5.00

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Author Comments

Trap Factory, the music that plays during the battle with Prometheus and Pandora, arranged in 8 bit style. Not to be confused with Trap Phantasm, a minor remix of Trap Factory that sounds almost identical except for instrument changes.

Reviews


ReggieAleeiReggieAleei

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 18, 2012

Accurate notes, fine choice of instruments for each part, however it seems just a little too slow paced. Other than that last bit, this is top notch.



Gzus361Gzus361

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 17, 2012

Free 5 for being self taught XD



megamanghmegamangh

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 10, 2012

wow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



deadantedeadante

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 18, 2012

hahaha,coool



dude-im-alivedude-im-alive

Rated 5 / 5 stars June 4, 2012

Awesome shit man, I make some similar kind of stuff, very video game like, but this stuff has really achieved it and it's awesome. What stuff (programs) do you use to make this stuff, I use FL studios 9 but I can't ever make this kind of shit properly, would be cool if you could let me know how you go about doing it. Your stuff's great, cheers!


chaoticmarin responds:

I use FL Studio 9 too. I primarily use a handful of straight 8 bit samples plugged into DirectWave, which you should have, I then have to use bitcrusher to lower the quality of the audio to give it a more retro feel. I also compliment my songs with VSTis, a tremelo mixer, and a soundfont or two when appropriate. Not to mention I often attempt to remove channels when plausible and practical enough using basic composition skills and a bit of trial and error.

I apologize as what I can teach is limited, as I'm more or less completely self taught and thus am probably hard to understand. |P