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4.33 / 5.00

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This is my new song Stranded! It's somewhat of a film score. I made it for a friends outro on his youtube videos. I hope you all enjoy!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

good song, nice ending but a couple of cliches

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stunkel responds:

Thanks! And thanks for the review! :D


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I think you certainly managed to do what you were trying to accomplish. My only problem is that I felt like it was getting repetitive by the end. I guess I'm not really in a position to call someone else's music repetitive, am I? Seeing as music doesn't get more repetitive than mine.

stunkel responds:

I thought your stuff was alright! Just some tweaks and you'll be there! But thank you for the review!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I think I know what you were aiming for with the title. Could it be that the idea was not just simply being stranded, but going on an epic adventure afterwards? It certainly sounds that way, like exploring an unkown island. Though I do agree on what other people imagined while hearing this. The whole instrumentation is quite medieval. A very pleasant track either way. :)

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stunkel responds:

Thank you very much! :D I'm glad that you enjoyed it! And I honestly just liked the name DX. No idea why haha. But I'm glad you enjoyed it :) Thanks for reviewing!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Stunkel Sounds is a master of nostalgia-filled re-imaginings of music from video games, along with charming, and upbeat original compositions. Fantastic work.

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stunkel responds:

Thank you friend!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Finally got the chance to return the favor lol

Anyways, I'm really liking this. Seems like it would be for a really good epic film or something. The beginning was beautiful with just the strings and piano. When the bass and guitar came in, they kind of threw me off guard, and I wasn't sure I liked it until about 1:25. You barely even notice them as they blend in so well with the other instruments.

My only nitpicks are that the bass was a little loud at 0:25, and kind of takes away from the rest of the instruments, and the guitar is a little too quiet for my taste, but that's just me.

Very good job on this otherwise. Keep it up!

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stunkel responds:

Thanks! Yeah I get ya on that though. I appreciate the review though!