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Just for funzies. Feel free to use. Not sure if "loop" is strict in that it HAS to be 30 seconds, because this one is 40. <_< Get over it.


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Great job, may I use this for an rpg game I'm making?

Phanterm responds:

Sure thing.

I dunno if you've ever played Riviera: The Promised Land, but this is very reminiscent of it in terms of overall tone and melody. And that's a good thing. The melody is entrancing and if I were to play a game with this as the battle theme, I'd stick around extra long in said battles just to listen to it. Amazing job on this, I love every last second of it.

loved it

A great song for an rpg battle! This song was awesome, as soon as I was done using it for my rpg parody flash, I put it on my ipod


I'd love to hear this playing during a boss fight in a top-down shooter. It's got a wonderful "flying-through-the-sky" vibe to it, and it really energizes me. Hearing those drums kick in at the start gets me really pumped.

The way you smoothly completed the loop with that little alarm-like sound is great. Letting the end part of the sound play right at the loop's beginning effectively conveys the feeling one might get upon randomly encountering an enemy: "Hey!" Meanwhile, you were able to work the beginning part of the sound into the music and connect it with the end part without making it seem awkward or out of place. Well done!

Also, I'm pretty sure I heard a bit of frequency modulation synthesis in there. I'm a big fan of that. <3

To sum it up, everything sounds superb! This little loop is more than worthy of being featured in a game or animation, and I hope it eventually will be, because I'd love for it to gain more recognition. Awesome job!

Phanterm responds:

Wow, I really appreciate that comment! Thanks a bunch! I should have some more stuff uploaded soon once college leaves me alone. XD

And yes, frequency modulation is tons of fun.


I'm loving I may use it

Phanterm responds:

Feel free. :)

Credits & Info


3.03 / 5.00

Mar 9, 2010
5:25 PM EST
Video Game
File Info
1.5 MB
40 sec

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