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Oct 1, 2011 | 1:49 AM EDT
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8.5 MB
3 min 43 sec
4.45 / 5.00

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Rated 4.45 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Yes, it's a remake of Daylight Train Crossing, found on the well-known game Symphonic Tower Defense. I took a few suggestions and mixed it in with my own thoughts. Hope you like what I've done with it.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I listened to the original version a ton and I noticed almost every difference this one had. I know when the old song ended and when this one continued past the ending point of the original, it blew my mind. My stomach dropped.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow..........., I like it a lot and the melody cranks me up! But I like the original more. I like it a lot anyway! 5 stars for you!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing, touching, I haven't found a song that made me feel that good since last version, I see almost no diffrence, I see it has just a diffrent point of view, here the background music of the first becomes the main part along with the first part in great harmony, there's not alot of changes to the main melody, but just improved notes, I just would love a longer version of a mixutre of both of them, maybe adding a part after the end with a new melody could be amazing, this is surely one of the best I've heard.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

I did enjoy but...

I enjoyed a lot of the song, but it felt a little too removed from the original. I enjoyed the piano cascades in the RE but I felt that there might be a little bit too much happening, the original was softer and had a melody that drew me in. Don't get me wrong I definitely like the feel of it but again I loved the original so much that I was a bit biased. All in all a very good tune, mellow and quick with a good jolt of feel good vibes.

Yodamanjaro responds:

Thank you sir, I like how this remake turned out though.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Okay after typing out this review I figured it may not be the best, but I'll post it anyway.

Remastering your old song due to popular demand I see? This one definitely has a few things going for it, but I think you made it too complex (too many sounds) too early. The previous was simpler and thus easier to grab, mainly because the only instrument covering the high pitches is the main piano melody (and the steam hiss). (This version has more piano notes in it; might work for some people, but it was the simple yet delicate melody of the first version's piano that drew me in.)
The extra steam hiss for the percussion at the first part threw me a bit off as well.

Overall, 9 outta 10 because it's still a great song by itself. I would have preferred it if you made the beginnng (1:01) simpler like the first version and stepped it up from there to this version. (I mean not having that much special effects in yet, so you can lay down a firm melody, I like mine well-defined)

Yodamanjaro responds:

The review was good enough for me, thanks!