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Ice wonderland (Remastered)

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Another old, remastered song again. Thankfully this time though, there was not any distortion at the end.

I think Xmillsa may like this one actually. So i think i will send it to him. It doesn't hurt to try :P

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Ice Cap much?

Sounds an awful lot like Ice Cap from Sonic the Hedgehog actually. The beat here sounds really great. Like how it seems to keep in balance and compared to the original this one sounds a whole lot smoother too so great work there. The song could probably be louder but maybe that's just me.

The synth sounds great and I like how it goes up and down as if snow was coming to your face and then passing right by it and falling to the ground as each snowflake falls right past your face. However I guess I have no idea why but I would love to hear a synth solo near the end to see how well it would go with the rest of the song.

The bass here is nice and steady and seems to come in the form of triplet notes that gallop and keep going. Could have them go up a note every now and then though to make it sound cooler anyways. The drums were also great here and very smooth.

At some parts the synth when playing alone kind of reminds me of the song "Cat came back the very next day" which is a cool reference if you meant to and alright if not. Also loved how the song had a kind of robotic heart feel to it going towards the four minute mark.

Overall, great remastered song.

coleknows responds:

louder? :C
Isn't loud enough?

Anyways, i kind of like how you actually critisized some parts. I need that. I don't get that much anymore. :C

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Nov 24, 2011
8:15 PM EST
Video Game
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7.7 MB
5 min 36 sec

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