Those three notes don't belong, and it feels unnatural. Oh god, I can barely listen to it.
It's a great remix, but THOSE THREE NOTES...
It's a very good remix that manages to keep the original track's charm. I'm not at all fussed by how it started, the initial subtlety was quite welcome for me, after all it reminds you what this track is based on. The slow build up to the meaty part of the track was almost suspenseful in a way, and added to the atmosphere of the track.
Definitely like how it picks up.
This is really good, better than i could do, but the thing that bothers me is that horrible bumped note... It just ruins the main part... But still good job
I think that this is one of the best Tetris remixes that I've ever heard over the years. Being a fan of the original game, you do tend to get a little hooked on these over the years.
I think that to take this away from the original and make it your own, you need to do something like throwing in a signature solo, where you do something of your own, as opposed to the more traditional progression of the track, which can get a little repetitive, but in a nice way. Something fresh in there could throw people off and give them a good showing on how to take the tracks.
Obviously, this is good for any Tetris-based game, or something like puzzle bobble as well.
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