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Sonic 2- Wing Fortress Piano

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3.4 MB
1 min 52 sec
4.66 / 5.00

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Full title: "Sonic 2- Wing Fortress Zone Piano"

Here is a piano/electronic cover of the stage BGM Wing Fortress Zone from the 1992 Sega Genesis video game, Sonic 2.

This is a collaboration between me and John "EspioKaos" Weeks.

MIDI Sequenced by John Weeks. Piano arrangement by Dr. Mack Foxx.

MIDI modified and used with permission. Please note: I do have written permission to post this from John Weeks.

I reply to all reviews so feel free to leave one. :)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nope, nope, nope, screw this level. by this time I had the ability to turn into super sonic. Transforming on this level was almost a death sentence, especially on the platforms on the underside of the ship. Great job though. Your kinder piano eased my painful memories.

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DrMackFoxx responds:

Agreed. This is one of those stages where being Super Sonic can do more harm than good. ^_^; Thanks a lot, as usual, for an excellent review! :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

... I'm going to be bluntly honest here. I don't truly like this mix. Because it stays true to the original, however, it deserves the score. As a song, though, let me explain.

The piano is weak. There is no negotiating the fact that in this, the piano replaces probably the strongest instrument in the original: the "keyboard". In the original, the keyboard literally pops right out, shoving it into your face to get you ready for the final zone! And in this... the piano just melds into the rest. Nothing stands out, nothing catches your attention... It's literally a monotonous version of a more powerful original.

Again, sorry for the lower review.

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DrMackFoxx responds:

No worries. I agree that this track isn't up to my usual standards. Not an easy song to try and make work with my usual sound scheme. I wondered if I should make the lead instruments more pronounced. I might be able to do some tweaking on this track sooner or later. Thank you for the honest review. It is greatly appreciated. :)