Where The Madness Lies

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There are sounds in this song that you would not normally hear in an 8-bit song. I made these sounds for the sake of making it sound evil.


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Awesome track again lokimiah :). Though the 8bit sounds you experimented with were really good :D. The arrangement of this was pretty awesome, and it really gives the feel of fighting a villian in a video game. I agree with larrynachos about the high pitched tick. at the beginning. doesn't really fit IMO.
Also the track ends a bit too abruptly and this doesn't loop around at all which you probably should do something about.

Great 8bit track again :).

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Just a little too cheerful to me to be evil, I mean like evil evil because it had that tone for sure, but it just didn't quite make it there. That being said I could vision this being in an old scary sega game or 8-bit flash game during the introduction. It may even make a decent gameplay song in that style of game, but I probably would end up turning my volume off or down after a few play through a.

It really ends abruptly doesn't it? No sort of build up whatsoever or actual ending other then the music just stops. Was it meant to loop around? If not then my biggest critique has to be the abrupt ending.

lokimiah1 responds:

Well, what was ACTUALLY supposed to happen was that the bass was supposed to fade out with the rhythm chords whilst the drums kept playing, but the bass's distortion basically consisted of turning thr Sawtooth wave so loud that it distorted, so it ended up not fading out properly.

Hmm, not sure about the percussion. There's a high pitched "tick" sound that is just obnoxious.

Other than that, I can't really complain about anything. 4.5/5; 9/10.

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May 14, 2015
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