8-bit rock? Nice experiment you got here. :)
-Alright, I do like how this is put into 8-bit. It sounds just fine to me.
-If I were to imagine this as part of a video game, I'd have to say I agree with Haggard - if placed right, this would go awesome in some sort of retro game.
-The main melodies of this are really nice and soothing, I like that a lot.
-Remember how I said that I agreed with Haggard about how it would go well in a video game? Well, unfortunately, I agreed with the rest of that as well - there's no particular climax of the song, it doesn't really 'go' anywhere. Also looking at your response to what Haggard said, I'd have to say that I doubt it would have sounded much more climactic with a band (though it would have probably sounded a little bit more climactic, since, you know, real instruments and all) - the main reason for this is due to the velocities. I don't know if they're the same that you played it at or if you even varied the velocities at all, but even assuming you played the notes more powerfully, the notes that are there are a lot calmer than the notes that came before. Also, there's a lot less 'movement' in the notes and drums. In case it wasn't clear, I'm talking about the part after the break at 1:08-1:11.
-If this weren't specifically made in a "8-bit thing", I'd have said that your instrument quality needs to be improved, notably the drums. I know that this is fully 8-bit so you can't fix this, but it would have been nice to have even 16-bit drums.
I really don't have too much to say about this (yeah right, I don't have much to say about this with a massive wall of text about velocities and the climax of the piece). It's nice. The rising and falling action of it could be improved quite a bit. Other than that, cool.
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