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Hoedown Showdown [8bit]

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Theme to the rootin' tootin Shrednought, the aptly-named Farmbot.

Hopefully it loops well.
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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.

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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.

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
Trey

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.

haaaaaaaaaaaa

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

weeee!

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

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.

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