Oh my god man...you bring back good memories. Ugh i loved that kirby game (kirby superstar) I still play it to this day on roms...but I still think back at all the good times i had with this game...and when i beat the game......:) :) :) Dude, you fuckin rule!!!
You finally did it! The one ONE song i was looking for!!!!!1111one. Such great music. Only problem is the usual chorus. I couldn't really hear it until the end. I dunno if you purposely did that or not. Just a suggestion, but make it a wee bit louder. But other than that YAY! Maybe we'll be seeing a great cave offensive? Or do i still need to live on a false hope?
Your #1 fan, Dunnanunna
The chorus is playing the whole way through, but I put the amplitude to the lowest I could possibly make it for the lead voice. If you listen very very very carefully, you can hear a choral tenor "ahhh" sound on some of the long held notes. I did this because at first I was going to have someone really singing to it, but after it was finished, I felt it didn't need singing. I also did that as a way of making it easier to hear the harmony and chord progression. It took a while to write the guitar part out, then I listened to it only to find out it was all wrong and I had to start it over. I kept the choral voice low though because I like to hold back the beggining of a song so I have room to add more stuff later and make the song longer. I really hate music that ends too quickly.
That's also why it is repetitive, when these were just instrumentals to a voice, I could repeat all I wanted because the voice would be singing different words.
Oh yes, I purposely made the melody softer than the accompaninment, to make it sound different and also to make it sound more relaxing and >what's the word I'm looking for, passive?<
Keep on keepin' on!
And Dunnanunna, I really am running out of Kirby music to mix, atleast good ones tha I like well enough to mix well. I have one more, and it's not going so well so I may never post it, but I'll give it to you if it turns out to be a failure.
I really enjoyed this one :) But why it is called Biker Kirby?
P.S. Really good for credits :)
Starts dark, then gets....meeningful, like the end of an epic. Very nice, perfect for credits. There's a guitar sounding thing at one point that I've heard in another song; don't get me wrong it fits perfectly, but you may want to use some new instruments.
While I like Kirby, you may want to move on to pastures new for the next audio. I'd like to see your talents used in other types of music.
Yes, infact this is a remix of the end of an epic Kirby adventure.
I don't like using guitar, but it was the best instrument for the mood I wanted.
Yea, I am running out of Kirby songs to remix as I'm sure you can tell. Kirby songs are the only ones I really like that much though.
This is an alright audio submission. I liked the melody it's pretty catchy! I did find it a little repetitive. It all just sounded the same! That's why I don't think it took a lot of effort to make this. Then I listened to the song a little bit more and it started to change rythme. I don't really understand the title. I can't picture this in a Kirby video game. I can't picture Kirby involved with this at all! It's still a nice song. Over all good this is a good song. The only thing I think you could change is the title. I'm sorry but I just don't think it fits the song. Once again good job and keep up the good work! 4/5.
Ya, I know the title doesn't fit, but the reason why I called it Biker Kirby is because in the game this music plays during the credits and it shows Kirby riding off on a wheelie.
It didn't take alot of effort because the original version wasn't big at all. I actually added alot of things but that still didn't keep it from being repetetive. I just liked how cool it sounded.
It's not going to entertain because it repeats too much, but it still makes good quiet credit music for perhaps a sad ending.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.