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Do you remember the classic arcade game Fuzzy the Genetically Manipulated Robot Bee? Of course not. It doesn't exist. But if it did, it would sound a little something like this.
That build up kind of left me with low expactations for the rest of the song... Like I wasn't sure how it would go from there, but I was surprised in a good way ^^ Once the melody kicked in along with the beat it put a smile on my face :) The lead synth you used makes the song feel "small", if you know what I mean. A bee is small so I think it fits :D Good job!
I didn't really know what to do for the intro. It's a bit different from the rest of the song, but I'm not displeased with it. I wasn't sure about the sound of the lead synth either, but it took me a long time to make it, and it ended up sounding very characteristic, so I decided to keep and use it. And it reminds me of a bee indeed, just like I think the other sounds and the composition fit the bee theme.
Rather simplistic and standard, and annoyingly catchy. You make up for it by using some very obnoxious kinda ugly sounds. I think that's how a lot of old video game main themes used to sound. But you exaggerate it. Not sure if the sine wave is appropriate. I don't think consoles with a low bit rate would be able to handle that. But it sounds good, and not out of touch with the rest of the song.
You don't make it sound very positive with your "annoyingly catchy" and "obnoxious kinda ugly sounds" comments, but I have to agree, and it was what I was going for I guess. I'm glad you still liked it, or perhaps even because of it. A sine wave is a very simplistic primitive wave form. Probably the most standard. In nature all sound consists of a multitude of sine waves (A single ground tone, and lots of overtones often resulting from resonance with the ground tone). After further investigation, I conclude you may be right though... Dammit. And the same goes for the saw waves I've used. Simple old analogue synths would easily be able to create a sine or saw wave though. Let's just imagine the Fuzzy the Genetically Manipulated Robot Bee had some analogue sound chips in it's arcade machine.
This song made me jiggle. Really good, the bee speaks to us :D Fuzzy would definitaly sound like this.
lol. I love the theme you have going for this. XD
Thanks. Tried to make a cheesy and catchy melody to go with the dirty sound.
Great Build up!!!!!
Sounds like a title theme for a game titled "Fuzzy the Robot Bee".
OH!!! neat thing near the ending there, the bee must have gotten a power up!
Overall I really enjoyed this song, however, the ending seemed a bit short. (But that is just my personal opinion.) Great job nonetheless.
Maybe there should've been a more quiet part after this end, to fit the plot chart better. Or perhaps this is exactly how they want it. I don't know. We'll see. Thanks for the review.
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