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Apr 12, 2007 | 12:05 AM EDT
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3.7 MB
2 min 42 sec
4.23 / 5.00

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Rated 4.23 / 5 stars
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4,332 Plays | 337 Downloads
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Author Comments

After getting Pro Tools, it was time to add another to the ROX family. Review, please.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Gr8 Track...

hehehe, I'm like completely addicted to this song, I even made a simple piano orchistral of it in some program on my computer, I think it's called noteworthy. lol, I still luv this song. mainly because I was already half in luv with the original XD

Joshy676 responds:

I've never beaten Castlevania II... or any other game that has this track, because I always just stop playing to listen to the track. Then I get killed.

Thanks for your review.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I am the 10% :)

Video game synths and pads....check
video game tune.....check
video game song title.....check
Looks like we got ourselves a video game song. Too bad this style is the old consoles way. No video game company today will want this music for xbox 360 ps3....maybe wii. It's quite a clear song you got hear. I like how your drums do a crescendo and decrescendo near beginning of song. What's rox? I'm surprised with the diversity you put in this song. You return back to the chorus keeping things organized. Everything seems to fit perfectly. Even the slow down in the tempo fit nicely. The only problem is the end of the song. I don't think you should have put that messed up modulation. So 5/5 voting and 10/10 review. Rev my "system override" song now. :) I actually review songs because I want to, but I just want to see if your one of the 10%. Okay bye for now

Joshy676 responds:

It's okay. I did that as a joke since I see more and more of those lousy statistics in people's signatures.

That messed up modulation is actually feedback from the simulated guitar (who'd have thunk!? I'm still using synths despite the fact that I can record live with decent quality!)

I'll give "System Override" a look as soon as I can. Thank you for your very detailed review.