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Mar 17, 2007 | 12:58 AM EDT
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Loop
1 MB
41 sec
Score
3.35 / 5.00

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Rated 3.35 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Small scene music for an icy area.

Reviews


XSugarRushXXSugarRushX

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty cool...

This song sounds pretty cool it would sound like it belongs in a anime for when they do a slow recap or something...



HybrisHybridHybrisHybrid

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Very soothing ice-world feel.

This is another one of those songs that should loop. If you're making "level music" then you should definitely loop it or make much longer. Also, fading out doesn't really work in that case either. Flash artists can't take something like this and loop it on their own because they lack the brain cells to do that and/or the necessary programs. I'm not sure which one it is, or if both, but a song that loops well has a much better chance of being used in a submission. And I base that solely off what I've seen and heard, but it makes sense if you think about it.

The only thing wrong with this otherwise is the mixing. As I left the song playing, my left ear began to hurt. Of course I have headphones, but still way too much stereo separation on the left synth. It makes the song very unbalanced.

The song is really good and your description is right - I definitely get that final fantasy ice-area vibe from it. However, the song is really simple and doesn't sound like it took much effort. If it looped I would give it a 5, instead I'm casting a humble little 4 for this one. Write some more like this and I'm sure I'll hear your music in a flash one day. -HybrisHybrid


Buzinkai responds:

Thank you for the advice. I'll probably redo most of the songs and re-enter them as loops. They're made to loop, really.