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May 1, 2008 | 3:08 AM EDT
File Info
4.1 MB
2 min 58 sec
3.99 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Rated 3.99 / 5 stars
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938 Plays | 104 Downloads
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Author Comments

wow. started this about a half-hour after reuploading "red cavern" and just finished it a few minutes ago (that puts it at about 2 hours). i can crank 'em out if i wanted to, it seems... it might go without saying, but this is another sonic stage idea theme. there are others not on newgrounds, but if i wanna share, they'll surely find their way on here.

anyways, this is actually a from-scratch-retooling of one the first MIDIs i'd ever done (for an older version of the project). i like this arrangement better, but it holds a few of the older ideas in it as well. enjoy.

reviews and votes welcome (of course).

i don't know if it belongs in this Genre or not.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


It sound like a graceful way to snowboard down a 500 ft. mountain...


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very sonic-like.

The drums make great transitions in this song. They're very well used... as is the guitar(?) and twinkling synth. They work together so well to make great environmental flow to the whole song. The beat simply repeating until the song fades out leaves a bit to be desired...

In full regard this song has a spark of passion about it. The instrument use is excellent, as is the synth use. So no complaints, really.

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darkmelee responds:

why thank you. yes, that's a guitar (synth, but still). songs that i build with intent to loop usually just have a wind-down, since the loop buffer isn't always even, and i don't want to adjust the build for the sake of ending them. a lot of my songs are built with that in mind, to simply loop after a certain point. those that aren't have appropriated endings.

i'm glad you liked this. i didn't think i'd get any comments whatsoever on several of my songs.

this idea is incredibly old. bits and pieces are ripped almost directly from one of my first midis (early concepts for that stage). i merely adapted to a different time/key signature. thanks again.