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The Colo(u)r(s) That Adorn Us

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Title: "The Colo(u)r(s) That Adorn Us"
Genre: [8-Bit Fusion]
Length: 5:09
BPM: 142


My submission to the music compilation on another website.

The theme was make a music based on the title "The Colo(u)r(s) That Adorn Us".

It was hard to make music based on the title, and I haven't got a slightest idea on how my music will turn out. I took a listen to the other submissions by other contributors so that I can have some inspiration. All of them were great, honestly.

So it's kinda difficult in my part. I have to make mine sounded my style of music. I planned to make a House music, but it turned out it wasn't what I expected. I took a listen to their work again and I noticed that there weren't any 8-Bit music submission yet, so I guess I'll make an 8-bit music.

Everything in this music were made from scratch, including the drum samples were all made in chiptune and convert them to a series of Wavs. I wanted my music to be lively so I added more than 5 channels.

Now that I got the general idea, the only thing left to do is how I can express the music based on the title. I was thinking it was some sort of upbeat-sounding, adventurous, and just simply happy. I composed it like an 80's J-Pop style melody. The melody wasn't that complex, but I guess I liked the way how it turned out.

So, yeah, here it is. My submission. But I can't tell if this is satisfactory enough. I might edit it soon, but for now, enjoy!


Well, I wouldn't download it.

It's kind of catchy, but way too high pitched for my liking. Still, i could see this being popular. Good job all the same.

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Credits & Info


Nov 18, 2010
1:57 AM EST
File Info
5.9 MB
5 min 10 sec
3.72 / 5.00

Licensing Terms

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