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Aug 4, 2013 | 7:09 PM EDT
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Loop
2.4 MB
1 min 4 sec
Score
4.60 / 5.00

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Rated 4.60 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Video Game
Tags:
maze
deadly
8-bit
chip-tune

Author Comments

So I decided to whip up another chip-tune for you guys. It has been quite a while since I last uploaded a song... This song is open for everyone to use. I hope to see it in a flash or 2.

I also am going to allow Silk Games to use it if they would like for their game NEStalgia. (Silkgames [dot] com [slash] nestalgia)

Hope you enjoy this work. I spent some good time into making it! Don't forget to check out my other songs/loops as well.

Reviews


8-bitheroes8-bitheroes

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I gotta say i really like the arpeggios, everything builds off them really well and the harmonies work a treat! i'm always a big fan of 8-bit style tunes done right like this one. I think my only crit would be for it to have more length before it loops back, like an extra section, but thats just in my opinion! good job!


GamekrazzyProduction responds:

Hey thanks for the review man! :P


BlacklawnBlacklawn

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice. At first, I thought this was an arrange of a Final Fantasy song XD

The high notes seem a bit loud in comparison to the rest at first. The melody itself felt a little generic, too, but it's not bad.


GamekrazzyProduction responds:

Well I suppose you can say a lot of melodies nowadays are generic... especially if they are in video game music. As for the Final Fantasy element.. All I can say is dumn luck there.... After all I am a huge fan of the classic Final Fantasy's. Thanks for the review Blacklawn!


SourJovisSourJovis

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Not bad. I like arpeggios with 8-bit. It's rather short. For a loop as well. It gets repetitive soon. I would add a part after this of at least halve a minute that is a bit different from the rest with a different chord scheme and melody. I don't like it too well that at 00:47 an arpeggio plays over the melody. At first I thought it was nice because the melody became more complex, but then I realized it was just a broken up chord, and it actually muddies the melody. So I would change it so the arpeggio plays something that actually supports the melody, like a second voice (2 or 3 halve notes lower that the original) or some counter melodies, like fast notes where the main melody holds a note, or a combination of the two. The song fits a retro style game dungeon. I'd like to see it get used.


GamekrazzyProduction responds:

I know the loop feels a bit short, as I wrote it this way. It could probably still use an added part though.
As for 0:47, you got it wrong.... the melody plays over the arpeggio, except it is just as you said because there are more parts going on, the melody becomes quieter, thus making it seem muddied. I suppose a simple fix to this would be to make the melody louder. Thanks for the review Jovis!


ThePalThePal

Rated 5 / 5 stars

You're great at getting these retro feels right!

There's a great harmony between the lead melody and the background melodies, and this is great, since back then, the 8-bit artists had nothing but these 8-bit sounds to go from, so they had to make the melodies count. And you're showing that out greatly with this loop!

Keep up the great work!


GamekrazzyProduction responds:

Thanks Pal!