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Author Comments

Seen some videos of iElectribe in action , and got inspired to make this (with some of my favorite synths). Like most of my music, the first thing that comes to people's minds is that it can be be used as a videogame music, which I hope it will :)

I decided not to include any midrange bass for more contrast, so if you are listening to this on laptop speakers, you are missing a half of the piece.


Very interesting.

For something that was inspired by synth jam videos, I have to say that this is pretty catchy. Seeing that this has no reviews, I'll have to write one...

When it comes to the sound, it has a FM-chip quality to the lead. Something akin to mid-to-late '80s arcade games or Sega's old consoles. Even though I'm not wearing any headphones, your bass was very well-designed. In addition, your plucks and drums were also excellent. As for composition, it was well-scored considering that it loops and how minimal it is. (Anyone who gives this a low score for the minimalist approach can take a hike to hell.) Finally, this is one of the more original video game songs that I have heard, so you get high marks for that.

The Good:
-Well composed
-Good sound design
-Clever use of minimalism
-Nice use of a slow breakbeat

The bad:
-Nothing at the moment

Overall: Romwell, here's a ten from me. (5/5)

Romwell responds:

Thank you for the review and rating! I wouldn't be able to come up with a better description myself.
Shameless plug: I have just posted another song - Analogies - that is in a somewhat similar style; maybe you will like it too!

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Credits & Info


4.68 / 5.00

May 4, 2012
7:52 PM EDT
Video Game
File Info
1.7 MB
1 min 31 sec

Licensing Terms

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