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Aug 10, 2015 | 1:58 PM EDT
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1,001.2 KB
1 min 5 sec
Score
4.57 / 5.00

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Rated 4.57 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Video Game
Tags:
beach
tropical
village
calypso

Author Comments

A theme for a tropical village in a video game!
Written with Logic Pro X

Reviews


IoplopIoplop

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The song is alright. It loops perfectly, but it lacks more variation. It may be too repetitive. That, may not be a problem when you encounter a tropical village in your travels, buy some potions, some coconuts, and then leave, but it could be if you are going to spend some time in it like, who knows, completing some quests that requier to walk from one house to another, talking with different npcs, it could be a little annoying. So in that way, it could be perfect, or not, depending on the way you are going to use it. Also, it is good to remember that the music takes up much space in a game, and it is always good to have songs as short as possible, while not being excessive.

In my opinion, the percussion is great, and combined with the instruments used, helps the song to perfectly transmit its intention. I can perfectly imagine myself walking on a little tropical village, and that is very important when making game music.
Overall, I think the song would work very well combined with some ambient sounds.
Good Day =)


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Drewpy responds:

I wrote this theme specifically for a character's home town in an RPG my friend and I are making. Yeah, the space was an issue, and we found that out the hard way, but it's fixed now. I used separate ambience (waves crashing and seagulls) that I didn't include in the track because I wanted it to be more spontaneous. There's no side quests in the town, and there's really nothing to do there at all, so repetitiveness isn't a problem. The town has it's own theme however, because there's a school and other significant crap in it that's important to the plot of the game. TL;DR: Thanks for the review!


HussainAlidinaHussainAlidina

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great track. The track's mood really cheered me up. Would be a perfect score for any of the Mario Party series.


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TheJawnsTheJawns

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Aw, this is a neat little thing! Keep it up!


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