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8-bit Aqueous

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This song is the second in my current series of 8-bit tracks. I intended this one to have a more watery feel to it, starting off like Launch Octopus' stage in Megaman X, walking on shallow water, before going full-on battle in the depths of the ocean. (Maybe I looked too much into that, but it sounds nice, eh?)

Anyway, just to clarify, I use no arpeggiators or FX in this or 8-bit Conflict, except for a very slight (10%) reverb on some tracks to reduce the "sharp" noise that can hurt the ears on occasion. The "echo" is created with a seperate 8-bit synth with its own release function, stuff that the original 8-bit composers could have done, and did on many occasions.

Hope you enjoy it!


how do you make these?!

what program do you use? is it garage band or somthing else? I want to know!!!!!!!


its like an old game's music

Not something I could dance to....

But it's still pretty cool. As said in the review before me to 8-bit series is sort of sounding same. (yet each ahs it's own touch of uniqueness) Anyway, I still REALLY like this. It just has a real nice sound to it.


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i wonder if i can play this on piano?

i realy like this, i have listend to all the songs in your 8 bit colection, there starting to sound the same, so try to mix it up a little. but still this is exlent quality, and im looking foward for more.


Love it

I think all your 8-bit tracks are masterpieces, and this one's no exception! Just for that, I think I'll make one too!

The echo is perfect, much more authentic than just putting a reverb in the mixer.

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4.29 / 5.00

Mar 1, 2009
7:29 PM EST
File Info
2.8 MB
2 min 1 sec

Licensing Terms

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