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Hoedown Showdown [8bit]

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Nov 17, 2010 | 1:03 AM EST
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58 sec
4.39 / 5.00

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Rated 4.39 / 5 stars
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Theme to the rootin' tootin Shrednought, the aptly-named Farmbot.

Hopefully it loops well.

Made with reaper, and a mixture of Gameboy pulse channels and more standard NES channels. So the main melody synths don't sound like your average 8bit fare.
Good stuff.

Please rate and review honestly- I am always looking for feedback!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

To be honest...

This reminds me of Earthbound in some ways... and then in others like the previous post it reminds me of kirby's dream land. Anyways... I agree that it is a bit choppy, but not to bad... only in a few areas... Overall you have a nice piece of work here, I like how you actually used the same melody over and over in this with a few changes... Listenablity is great, it doesn't repeat too much, and is perfect video game music.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Ah the good old days...

Reminds me of playing Kirby's Dream Land and the original green screen gameboy. Lots of running and a bit of dying... Sorry I don't have much more critique, I have no idea how to make a good 8bit track.

Nice work
4/5, 9/10

EmperorCharlemagne responds:

Kirby's Dreamland was my childhood right there. : )
Good times, my friend. A Simpler time, when men were men and fought evil penguins inside mountaintop castles.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


youll never catch me with this chest of golddddd haaaaaaa
*runs like a bird"*


thats what i imagine listening to this anyway, dont know if its accurate. :)

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

GOOOOOooooooo....... <(^o^<)

Most of it sounds too choppy. I know it's 8-bit stuff, but it still sounds too choppy.

I accidentally loaded the same thing in another tab and it sounded pretty good. Maybe it just sounds too empty.