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Apr 18, 2014 | 10:39 PM EDT
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3.2 MB
3 min 29 sec
4.37 / 5.00

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Rated 4.37 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Chipstep

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One of the handful of tracks I wrote the week before my job. Figured I could at least release one of them today.

With heavy inspiration from coda: The guy is a beast, definitely worth your time to check out.

I kinda chose a somewhat unusual chord progression (not THAT unusual, but hey, I've never used it before) on this one, and I thought it worked out pretty well :)

(Also, holy crap, I wrote a song with a conventional ending. THE WORLD IS COMING TO AN END O_O)



Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like the synths, melodies, transitions, drum beat, and most sound effects. My main problem with this song is the mixing; it sounds too loud and in my face. Also, I think you use too much reverb.

johnfn responds:

Thanks! Can't you just turn down the volume though? I used to have the opposite problem where my songs were too quiet so now I overcompensate haha. Also there's no such thing as too much reverb!!!! :O (Ok, maybe there is.)


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I really love the instruments and the climactic nature of it. The glitches at :25 add a lot to the piece, but are perhaps a little distracting at times. It's a well-structured and smooth-flowing piece, though. I'll congratulate you on your conventional ending, as I personally think that it's for the better that you go a more traditional route in that regard. Anyway, overall nice work! Keep it up, Johnfn! ;D

johnfn responds:


Haha when I did that ending I was like "omg everyone is going to be so proud of me!!!" And they were... well, except LunacyEcho... that jerk. hahaha

Anyway I'm glad you liked it!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Wait, so you had a couple of tracks written ahead of time specially for a situation in which you knew would be coming, but chose to wait over half a month to publish them? :D

This is such a groovy song. I really like all the sounds that you used, especially the "sliding percussion" that steampianist referred to, although it did get pretty repetitive after a while. In fact, the whole song was pretty repetitive, but it's fun to listen to, so that doesn't matter very much.

I'm surprised you didn't add any glitches; they would've worked so well in your return to chipstep. I guess it would've taken too much time. Repetition typically means that one is very busy, and I can see that you wouldn't too much free time, what with preparations with your new job and all.

I like the song, but perhaps it would be better with more progression, or perhaps a bigger climax. (That ending seemed a bit sudden as well, but seeing as it's you, I consider it a success. :P) Good work!

johnfn responds:

> Wait, so you had a couple of tracks written ahead of time specially for a situation in which you knew would be coming, but chose to wait over half a month to publish them? :D

Haha you make me sound like a slacker. Oh wait... I am a slacker... oops. The real truth is that this is the only one of the songs that I consider to be 100% done. The rest need some fixing and I haven't really found the time to do that yet.

> glitches

Hah I didn't even think about it. Maybe subconsciously I thought I was abusing them :P:P

> progression, or perhaps a bigger climax

The funny thing about this song is that it actually progresses quite a bit more than most of my songs. It has two different chord progressions, plus that weird middle section where I do new stuff. However, it doesn't SEEM like it progresses as much because, like you said, there's no definitive climax or buildup at all. That was actually like halfway a deliberate choice, because coda (my inspiration) doesn't have climaxes either. He makes up for it with really epic melodies though. haha

Anyway thanks for the review! :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Just amazing love it!! ^.^

johnfn responds:

Yay thanks!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

what is that percussion that slides? sounds cool

yeah this is a good track to start my log-in in newgrounds
also im reminded of that michael jackson game in sega genesis hehe

johnfn responds:

Uhh actually I don't know LOL. It was some drumset loop that I 8-bit-ized.

I don't know that game but it sounds awesome :D