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Sep 14, 2014 | 9:31 AM EDT
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3.3 MB
2 min 26 sec
4.22 / 5.00

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Rated 4.22 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

This is an old-ish instrumental tribute to one of my favorite characters from a book series known as Animorphs, by K.A. Applegate. For those who don't know, Tobias is a young teenage boy who's one of the five kids to have the ability to become any animal they touch for up to two hours. They've fought against a parasitic alien race known as the Yeerks. Tobias, though, had spent over two hours in morph, so his main form for the rest of the series is a red tailed hawk. I found some red tailed hawk sounds and threw them in. The first synth sound to start is the lead synth, I believe. It begins and ends with it. What I saw out of making this was Tobias helping his friends fight the Yeerks. The sweep would be an indication of him diving down to attack. The drums, dude, I love what I did with the drums.

Even though it's been some years since I first completed it, I still love it. It's Tobias all over!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

-Interesting bassline in the beginning, and nice drums. I also like the little bird screech in this as well
-This Kind of reminds me of BaBa's theme in F-Zero GX
-I like that high pitch part you can hardly hear that starts at 1:45. It really stands out.
-you know, it's really hard to tell which part is supposed to be dominant in this song. Everything is mixed evenly. Is your drums your main focus, or the bassline?

This is a good song IMO. The only thing I kinda gripe about is how it is mixed. It can be difficult to tell what is supposed to be leading...for me at least. Orr it could be just my problem.


SilverFoxJams responds:

Well the bassline is the leader, of sorts. It begins and ends with that. Everything else in between blends. The drums add flavor and there's that climax towards the middle of this. :)

Thanks for the feedback, and lastly I love F-Zero GX. Great, fun game. (Loved the original F-Zero game on the SNES too.)