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Feb 22, 2017 | 6:07 PM EST
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3.7 MB
1 min 38 sec
4.67 / 5.00

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Rated 4.67 / 5 stars
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A track written in the style of something you'd maybe hear in an SNES game like Super Double Dragon or Super Contra. I enjoyed writing this one, so that's always a good sign.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

You've nailed that 80/90s game sound here and I really dig it. I can absolutely picture this being the backing track to some kind of side-scroller shooting/ninja game (BTW Daru's comment was hilarious). The constantly changing melodies and voices keep this piece interesting. The only issue I have with it are some strange timing issues that might be fixed by quantising? The melody that comes in at 00:20 sounds like it's a little off time.

Anyway, great job. Really enjoying all of your music!

TheDukeofJuke responds:

Thank you for the kind words. The reason why that part at 00:20 sounds off is because it's in swing.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Not too bad. I like it particularly around the 1 minute mark its really SNESsy at that part so props to that.

It loops really well, not like the other cruddy loops that have a disturbing cut at the end. You know the ones. There is this massive build up and yeah it sounds good and stuff and then at the end it peters out in the worst way possible. Then it loops to the beginning and the transition is so awful that it leaves you with a feeling of irritation and a h-what the hank hill face expression.

But this is not one of those cruddy loops, its top tier. And it actually does sound like something from the SNES era, something which many people seem to strive for but never actually achieve. I think it takes skill to be able to make music especially if it is supposed to resemble a certain style. Lots of people attempt to create retro music to get on the retro train band wagon but they cant do it. They always overload chip beats and abuse midi in the wrongest of ways. I guess this is the difference between people who make music for fun and those who try and be popular just because.

Anyway, good to see you are still around man. I've read that you've been around and dealing with life and I know what that is like. The past few months have been a battle and yet there is more to go through.

So here is to the future, keep up the good work man.

TheDukeofJuke responds:

I appreciate this comment. I'm glad people like you are able to understand my intentions. I'm very happy you enjoyed the composition and that my learning and practice has paid off.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Quick, to The Duke's mansion, where our kung fu master and police chief officer was taken. Also we must save some blonde girl and randomly shoot every passerby.

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TheDukeofJuke responds:

Are you a bad enough Duke to rescue your friends?