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Author Comments

According to the legend, the Taoist master Lao Tse, used to travel across China riding a cow.
Some say it was a water buffalo, either way it was awesome.

Artwork by UltimoGames

Made using FL Studio.
Vsts and libraries used on this song :
Pooboy, Pooboy II, Peach and Commodore.

Thanks for the feature NG !


It's got a very distictive feel to it - it makes me think of a slow but steady trek across a desert or some other harsh landscape. Good piece!

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LexaHergon responds:

That's some nice imagery.
Thanks for listening Xifani.

Cool. Sounds like something you'd hear in an NES western themed game - well, at least in my honest opinion.

This loops pretty good. I didn't notice anything off here. Cool that NG featured this one recently. :D

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LexaHergon responds:

Yes, it has a western vibe on it as well as some oriental motifs.
It was a nice surprise to get a feature, specially between all those nice tracks.

Cool stuff! Glad to see someone else used Peach in their submission as well, haha. It's pretty slow paced, and I like that. Nice work.

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LexaHergon responds:

Thanks Evilgrapez.

Interesting! Definitely something i'd hear from an old 80's NES game. Kinda reminds me a little of the slower songs in Pokemon games. Good job.

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LexaHergon responds:

The good 'ol NES and GB games were a big influence for this piece.

I think it was a sea cow actually, but either way it was awesome. Like this song.

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LexaHergon responds:

Glad you like it.

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3.96 / 5.00

Jan 15, 2016
1:51 AM EST
Video Game
File Info
4.6 MB
2 min 1 sec

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