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3.64 / 5.00

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Rated 3.64 / 5 stars
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Something i just started working on, i think it could work. Not really sure where to take it tbh, any feedback would be appreciated.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Although this isn't something i'd personally listen to or download I'm giving it 5 stars because you have stated that its retro and a gaming sort of song. this song seriously gives me good vibes by reminding me of SEGA's Road Rash game and that shit had the best soundtrack of all time, i could easily see this fitting in with a retro game like Streets of Rage, Road Rash or even something kinda like sonic the hedgehog.

Kinda hard to give feedback on anything else because its dependant on your image of it.

Good job sir, hats off n all that! :)

8-bitheroes responds:

Ahha,yeah this was just a little idea, pretty raw sounding and basic but thanks for your feedback! :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Lol, what'd you do? take a classic rock concept and write it with synth?

Either way it's not bad, however I do recommend a little something at 0:30... You know what it is to refresh a melody right? Otherwise this seems like the finished project will likely be a bit repetitive.

Overall I like the song... I'd add a few more parts in, but that's just me. For a WIP, it is still quite good. 4 out of 5 stars.

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8-bitheroes responds:

Yeh its pretty much a rock n roll progression, I know thats a lame concept in this day and age but it was catchy so I ran with it. It deffinitly needs extra parts in there but its abit out of my element haha so not sure what il do.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

I have no experience with how video game music SHOULD work. But i love creating so heres my feedback. Add a a gritty square lead 1 or 2 octaves above the arp you have on this video. Make it a catchy melody/motif. Make sure it doesn't CLASH with your bassline musically. Change the drum loop. use something a lot more electronic. If you have to make it then so be it. Down sample a drum loop so it becomes unrecognizable - convolution reverb to give it presence, but so that it doesn't leave a tail of echoeing - distorting your mix and maybe some DBlueGlitch on it.

As for sounds? Get some synths in their! Strings? Choirs? Get some sounds in their and completely mess around with them with effects etc...

This is my advice for now. I have no experience with Video Game music though. At the end of the day - It's your project. Your creation. Your call. Good stuff mate!

8-bitheroes responds:

Thanks I appreciate the feedback. I will look into some of these suggestions and experiment.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Cool song!

8-bitheroes responds:

Ah thanks, not really sure what to do with it now.