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Battle Experiment #7a

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May 22, 2012 | 8:09 PM EDT
File Info
9.8 MB
5 min 14 sec
4.60 / 5.00

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

Rated 4.60 / 5 stars
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1,446 Plays | 122 Downloads
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Author Comments

Wait! Before you rate this a 0/5, please let me inform you that I'm thrilled you have decided to take the time to listen to my composition. I will consider your thoughtful vote as carefully as I possibly can; if you're lucky, I'll even upload an improved version for your down-voting pleasure. Enjoy! ^^ /snark

This was formerly a looped version of Battle Experiment #7 with a fade out. It is now considered an update, as it has been modified somewhat from the standalone loop version. Pretty generic RPG/video game-ish battle music; you may already be familiar with the drill - drum'n'bass beat, strings, piano arpeggios and chords, a choir, a synth, and some brass instrumentation. Enjoy!

UPDATE 1: Added in a bit of crossfade.
UPDATE 2: As Riisirakett suggested, I finally tried adding a bit more "meat" onto it. The beat is now fuller, and the strings are somewhat louder. Also, the piano melodies have been boosted in volume, so they stick out a bit more. I hope you enjoy this update! ^^
UPDATE 3: Did I actually *forget* to upload the new MP3? Either that, or my browser has some cache problems. Monstrous, epic self-fail. I hate myself. XD

(Partial) list of influences:
Saitama Saishuu Heiki
Final Fantasy
Other battle music from various RPGs and other video games
Anime music



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Again, professional job. I like this one a lot, and I think I'll add it to my list of songs to use in my media arts eventually (with proper accredidation, of course.)

Very nice.

foxhead128 responds:



Rated 3 / 5 stars

It sounds nice. It has the feeling of suspence fit for bossfights. Listening to this song, an image of a turn-based RPG boss fight comes into my head, and I think a long, repetive song like this would only be suitable for that kind of situation. All it would need is some "meat on the bones", it seems too... watery, without spice, if you get my meaning.

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foxhead128 responds:

Yeah, I get what you mean. I was afraid of that. You can expect an update sooner or later.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Even though it was fairly entertaining at first - it just prolonged into an "extreme repetition of doom".

foxhead128 responds:

Thanks for your review. I won't deny that this is a highly-repetitive composition, and I agree that it isn't necessarily a good thing. It's modeled heavily after video game music, so it naturally inherits the repetitive quirk.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Sweet song. It's nostalgic, yet it could be in a badass anime. Keep doing your thing man.

foxhead128 responds:

Why, thank you.