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A Weirdo's Gigue

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Check out Johnfn's track The Fight

LAST ROUND and i took a risk of making an 8bit-ish track
wanted to have fun and adlib on my controller (will get a bigger one this xmas)
and didnt want to exhaust crazy steampunk tracks and i used some for vocaloid songs.. :)
NGADM was fun! i usually never finish a track in two weeks (crazy) but this competition forced my hands to do so!! damn you!! F.A.P.

used alot of 3xosc and default FL Samples (and some harmless but mostly 3xosc)

oh if you ever find yourself tapping your feet or bopping your head youre probably a weirdo

EDIT: and of course i wanted it to be playable by people ill be uploading a version where it only includes the theme and the 5/4 bit imrpov on your own melody :)

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- NGADM Round 6 Review -

Plent of melodic variation! As characteristic of your songs, I love how there's so much going on at the same time, and nothing sounds out of place. Some particular favorite parts are at 0:22, 0:53, 1:10. The section starting at 1:10 sounded like it could used in a MarioKart race. The transitions at 0:43 and 1:10 were great; in fact, transitions are something that hardly even seem to exist when listening to this piece. The track is highly cohesive, and melodically very stimulating. After a while, however, the business in the song becomes too much, and as well as the lack of dynamic range which, even with the lively compositon, makes it somewhat stagnate in the entire middle section, considering the track's length. I liked your ending. It ended on the same, fast-paced note but also brought about a quick sense of conclusion. Overall, great track! My apologies for the late review.

Score: 9

steampianist responds:

and here is a very late response: thank you ! hehe

Credits & Info

4.91 / 5.00

Nov 6, 2013
4:59 AM EST
File Info
10.1 MB
4 min 24 sec

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