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Nov 19, 2016 | 11:19 AM EST
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Song
5.3 MB
3 min 52 sec
Score
4.71 / 5.00

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Rated 4.71 / 5 stars
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584 Plays | 18 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Chipstep
Tags:
retro
maniac
waterflame
inspired

Author Comments

The first part in my series I've called the Cm (C Minor) series. The reason it's called that is because all of the songs are in C minor. All of these songs are inspired y songs from Geometry Dash. INSPIRED not COMPLETELY COPIED!!!

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RC75RC75

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Okay, I see that you did give credit to the original works, but to say it's not copied would be a lie. You just outright copied parts from songs and still refusing to admit you sampled/stole??? Inspiration does not mean that you took parts from it. You see, various artists and games (GD being one) INSPIRED me to make music. But I don't steal from them. Inspiration means "the process of being mentally stimulated to do or feel something, especially to do something creative" (Google). To me, it didn't sound like you were inspired, but rather lazy. I truly hope you can break away from this habit and be more original.


AlphaStorm73 responds:

Keep in mind I said: not COMPLETELY copied. I did copy some melodies in the song. but not all of them. When I was making this one, I was struggling to be completely creative, which is why I changed up a lot of the riffs instead of copying them. That's me basically calling this a remix. A remix generally means a different version of the original. Basically it's that. Just done poorly. If I had blatantly copied the song it would be the exact same song with the key changed, which would also be considered a remix, but not to the extent other people go to. I see your concern, but if you'd read the description properly, you would see what I'd actually said. I will admit I was quite lazy. With my nowadays songs, I do say that I did use some of the melodies from songs. I also admit that I wasn't fully inspired. Although, if you're taking inspiration from something, it's hard not to think of original melodies when you're going through the song you're inspired by for reference. I see your concern, and thanks for opening my eyes. (Took me a while to respond because was thinking of how I want to respond)