To Rescue Destiny, Stage #5

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This is the "Stage 5" audio track I created for a possible game project. It was made for a top-scrolling space shooter-style game, but with an apparent plot and developing background. The music was made for a "later on" stage, implying the situation within the game was starting to get a bit serious.

I do not claim to be a professional at this, but I tried, so enjoy. :)

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I do not normally hear songs this long on the website, but this worked out very well. It's mostly because you get such a great sense of adventure out of it. I think I got kind of a Metroid feel from this. I guess it just came off as sci-fi to me. It looks like most people love this! It is quite ambitious music.

I get the feeling of things being built up in this. Then again, it doesn't really add up to much. It's simply great with the styles it sets up for itself. I like that in a song. It's great to hear the different notes being used.

kuro-rpg responds:

Kinda too bad the game this was made for never got off the ground, though I still listen to the track once in a while.

Thank you for your kind words. :)

Really nice and plesant...

-The instruments you're using are really origonal!
-The piano is well composed, you got experience with that I think(?)
-When the guitar came in it made it a bit more intresting to listen to.. The song overall does reminds me of the track played after a really nerve breaking film.

Things I noticed:
- It was upbeat, but sounded happy.

-Some of the melodies didn't sounds that well, out of the melody (like the bells starting at 00:13-00:21 first they are playing, sounds good, but then before the little break the note didn't fit and the last 00:17-00:21 notes there didn't sounded that well in combo with the lead.) I can say them all but there are a lot in it.

Hope you can do something with my review :), first time I am doing my best on a review (And I know, my English is terrible :P).



I view it as more for a game the like of Ys. Needless to say this is concrete! man the drum and bass and a standard like pattern, you pulled it off so amazing. Drizzling some arpeggios here and there, it really gives it that vibe of a classic video game. By now I'm running out of what to say but I love it. 5/5.

kuro-rpg responds:

Ys? Oooh, that is indeed a compliment. :)

For some reason I find this music works when I have a game like Touhou playing in my mind. :p

Still, thanks for your words! ^_^

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Jan 29, 2011
6:53 PM EST
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4 min 57 sec

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