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Undertale/Earthbound: Megalo Strike Back (Epic Orchestral Suite)

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Oct 23, 2016 | 10:46 AM EDT
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7.5 MB
3 min 16 sec
4.63 / 5.00

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Approved by Toby Fox.
I am it's original creator and I have rights to distibute this song in any way I see fit.
But it just so happens that "the way I see fit" is free to download. So, enjoy. :)

If you wish to use it in a project, let me know about it first.

*I am aware that Megalo Strike Back is not a part of Undertale. And I also know, that's it's not a part of Earthbound either. It was composed by Toby Fox for a fanmade EP for Earthbound, called "I Miss You- EarthBound 2012". But, whenever the song is mentioned, first thing on everyone's minds seems to be Undertale, and so I decided to add it to utale category. And it also makes organisation easier on my other social media.


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Rated 5 / 5 stars

just wow , this sound EPIC , i know you won't let me have this song but i would like to use this song in Geometry Dash but then people in that game will use you song and make a copy of it


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I like the fact that this is more midevil than the original composition.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Holy holy! Perfect for geometry dash! Also the drop scared me


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is pretty good!
Im impressed!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Cheers, thanks for sharing and welcome to Newgrounds. What string library is that? The piano sounds a little quantized to me - work on phrasing and pedal? Looking forward to checking out more of your work.

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TristanGray responds:

Thank you.
When it comes to libraries, vast majority of them comes from East-West and it's Composer Cloud. As for the strings- each instrument in the section contains two layers, of two different libraries layered together. It's not a common practice, but it's just my way.
And that is correct- the piano is quantized, which may not have been the best idea now that I think about it...