Chieftain of the Desert

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It's kinda baddass Desert-themed Bossfight stuff

Enjoy the little Loop ~

Love, Faires.


Poor man's VG Theme

Hmm, a little more detailed than 8-Bit and possibly even 16-bit, but this sound smacks of not enough being available to you, with the instrumental selection and almost that you've tried to crack the Video Game sound, but haven't dived into the same 8-Bit theme that everyone else seems to go for.

With the buzz word being detail, you're caught with a track that either has too much, or not enough detail, with the sound being almost primitive and the variation lacking in any major way, even with the solo, I feel almost cheated by listening to it...

If you were to do anything with the track, my main suggestion would be that you focus on adding more length to the track, thus allowing for more variation. The you can concentrate on isolating the individual flaws of the instruments and hopefully getting them exchanged for better sounds.

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Rick Dangerous

This reminds me of some adventure games, much like Rick Dangerous or some similar Indiana Jones type games. If this was turned into an 8-bit-tune it would work really great as background music for a retro styled game.

But even now, without this track being in 8-bit it sounds pretty good. I like the "egyptian" atmosphere you create with the main melody. Also, the drums fit surprisingly well to the song. They don't play anything fancy, but the drum rhythm just fits to this song.

The only thing I can criticise about this song is that it is somewhat repetitive, even though it's only 1:32 long. A little bit more varity sure would be nice.

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It does indeed sound like a nice little boss fight theme actually. Kind of reminds me of the Tutankoopa battle from Paper Mario. The tune just has a real fuzzy, funny and uplifting fun feel to it. Nicely done little loop. Sounds great.

The bass is easy on the ears and feels really nice to listen to. The main synth has a slightly watery sound to it or at least it sounds that way to me. The drums are calm and I like how it has a trade off triplet feel to it. Then the kicks begin to come in along with hats making it sound really nice.

Overall, great little tune, quite enjoyable.

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You did really well with this music. It indeed gives you the atmosphere of some sort of desert boss fight. I think that's mainly because of the instruments you used. The old drums and the 8-bit tune sound nice together.

The beat (drums) wan't too hard or anything, just right. That the drums sometimes changed its tempo was a very nice addition.

I can't find anything wrong with this music, so that's why you get a 10. It loops a bit odd though, with a small pause. But it's not irritating or distracting.

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Faires responds:

Yes, cool. Taht's a real helpful Opinion 'bout this Track, Thx Pal :3

Its like a scorpian, fighting a cactus

Yea this is boss, wish it was already in a game so i could get the full experience. I don't know, maybe a paced rhythm section. 'Whole note' kinda stuff... yea like have a drummer blast a heavy metal beat then add some blaring rhythm guitar. Don't know if that would fit the 8-bit era, but i hear potential, not Just for video games.

Faires responds:

Yeah that's the spririt!

Tank's for the comment, Sweety!!


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4.44 / 5.00

Dec 12, 2011
10:07 PM EST
File Info
1.7 MB
1 min 32 sec

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