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Red dream part 2

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Here's the first part (same style):
Merci, bisous, quequette.

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Song sound so amazing, very futuristic. 100/100 reminds me Megaman or I'm just losing my mind.

EdKempeper responds:

Hi ! Thank you very much for your review !
Yep, I tried to make something that sounds a bit like an old video game soundtrack with this one ;)

Woah. This reminds me of stuff I from the 80's, synth rock, almost, and maybe a bit of older N64 OSTs. Quite a well-mixed, melodic presentation. Enjoyed it thoroughly but wish it was longer. What sort of synths and FX did you use? Particularly that percussion? I like the snare. Wish it were slightly louder in the mix though.

EdKempeper responds:

Hi ! Thank you very much, your review are always constructive !
Yes, I tried to make a track in the eighties vibe.
The kick comes from http://rekkerd.org/disko-unkle-deep-kicks-free-sample-pack/
The snare is called "Born snare", but the link to this sample has been removed...
I can upload it in my dumping grounds if you want.
The other VST are Monopoly by Korg for the bass, Z3ta+2 by cakewalk, Sytrus, Alieno by Acrobatics and M-Phasewav by Tubeohm.

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Feb 20, 2017
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2 min 20 sec

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