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Zophar's Domain (NGRMC Remix)

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So I made this track and I realized it's like, 1:33 seconds.
I WAS gonna make a different track, but then I started going to college.
Thus, I had less time to properly rework the original tune into a better track, so what you see here is merely a rushed, unfinished product.
Also, the name of the song was taken from a website with the same name, Zophar's Domain.

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Very nice video game. Initially I was thrown off by the entrance of the bass at 0:11. I'm disappointed to find we keep hanging out on that note as it's really dissonant most of the time. Even just moving it between 0:11 and 0:13 would have been better.

It does sound like an old SNES game, which I appreciate. I don't have any real useful critique that you couldn't have guessed on your own. I'd like to hear this piece expanded and developed a bit more. As is, it feels like we're repeating the same idea over and sort of just hanging out there. It's also really short, which I understand to be part of a busy schedule -- I barely had any time for music when I was in college, and I didn't go to an ivy league school if you catch my drift.

Still, definitely revisit this later.

Thanks for coming out to NGRMC!

GFThePlayer responds:

Thank you for your critique, and yeah, this isn't my best work admittedly, as I could've put much more effort into the making.
Thanks again!

It sounds like something out of a fighting game select screen, especially the kind where you've got a new challenger (2P) involved and it's their select screen.

GFThePlayer responds:

Thank you!

6 stars

GFThePlayer responds:

Oh, thank you!

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Uploaded
Sep 30, 2018
3:06 PM EDT
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2.2 MB
1 min 37 sec

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