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Apr 26, 2014 | 8:02 PM EDT
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6.2 MB
2 min 42 sec
4.33 / 5.00

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Rated 4.33 / 5 stars
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488 Plays | 13 Downloads
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Revised version of Battle Experiment #4, made using LMMS. 172 BPM, 50 measures.

This composition is released under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License, the terms of which can be found at

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NOTE: The project file will almost certainly NOT load properly on your system, mainly due to needing additional plugins and soundfonts, but also partly due to the way LMMS saves project files. There is very little I can do to fix this.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

This sounds amazing!
The intro melody is very catchy and great build up to :26. However, I think you could've used a better sample for the lead instrument at the start (is it supposed to be a violin?) I say the same for the horn that starts at :26.
Great melodies and layering, you have great compositional skills. The percussion is also done very well to add to the feel of the song. I like the voice instrumentation that starts at :48.
I think the change at 1:11 is too abrupt. Perhaps you could add some sort of sound effect or white-noise-rise to make it more smooth?
I don't like how you fade it out at the end. Something as exciting and catchy as this song shouldn't fade out. You should have a good ending.
Overall, the song is very intense and I really enjoyed listening. Keep it up!

foxhead128 responds:

Thank you! <3
I don't have any good samples and have no intention of paying for better ones, so this song was made entirely from free samples and soundfonts. However, you're right in that I may want to improve the sample quality somehow or another. Some tweaking and remastering may be needed to bring out more from this song.
Speaking of endings and transitions, this song is actually a loop and therefore has no ending. However, I'm not sure what the timing for loops on Newgrounds is (all my attempts to upload loops so far have resulted in the song cutting short), so I uploaded a pre-looped version. That's why it fades out at the end, and also why the transition is so abrupt - the loop point is pretty rough and I need to fix it.