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Castlevania2-Bloody Tears

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Jan 21, 2013 | 1:23 AM EST
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4.8 MB
3 min 30 sec
4.28 / 5.00

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This was conceived about a year ago to be my return track to Newgrounds after a 4 year hiatus. Instead it now ends a 5 year hiatus! I was originally just going to keep this acoustic, but it never sounded right. Now I've come back to the work and pulled out an electric guitar part that I feel is fitting. There's a solo which may eventually be cut since it amounts to me jerking around on the guitar mostly.



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

I love the song Bloody Tears, but I feel this song could have been better. The guitar doesn't sound accurate, and I feel that better ways could have been used for both styles of the guitar. I really like the fact that it runs more than 3 minutes long, and the chosen song was a great idea. All I can say really is better luck next time. I hope to hear something great from you.

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Rev-Deadlypudding responds:

Hey, thanks for the feedback! I really feel where you're coming from. I didn't have the same sense of completion with this like I have many of my other covers, and I admit that I was mostly motivated to post this because of the massive hiatus I've been on from uploading songs to Newgrounds.

I also agree somewhat on the accuracy, but that's only because I left out an instrument from the original recording. My "vision" (if you'll excuse me from calling it a vision) was very laid back and reflective, so I simplified the original work, slowed it down, and tried to produce something that emits calmness.

Anyway, I may come back to it in the future. More than likely I hope to come back with some other projects that I was working on before my hiatus and really produce something on par with work I've done before.