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Aug 7, 2007 | 9:50 PM EDT
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2.2 MB
1 min 37 sec
3.87 / 5.00

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Rated 3.87 / 5 stars
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Easy Listening - Classical

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Castle Crashers theme. In the Kingdom of sins, each one has a place. Enjoy !



Rated 5 / 5 stars


gr8 song and vid

Deflektor responds:

Well, the vid has nothing to do with me, but thanks, anyway !


Rated 5 / 5 stars


nuff said... But then again there isn't! Great song. I never actully got to play castle crashers. But I always love playing levels with cool music. It gets me in the mood to kick ass

Deflektor responds:

Well, too bad my music isn't featured in the game. I made this piece in the Castle Crashers themed contest that was held about a year ago.

Anyways, thanks for the review !


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Repetative, overused elements.

This song, I don't quite like how it flows. It presents a good foundation, but that tubuler bell *which is a tad loud* alongside those descending wind chimes you have get very tiring on the ears. You use them too much here and it kills their ability to entertain.

I know in loops it is often not wise to use something only once, especially if it's very notable, doesn't allow that element to blend in, but there is also the reverse of that coin, which is overuse, drowns out the other parts of the song until all you pick up is those elements which are overused.

Also this song feels like it loops twice within itself and then loops again overall. It would have been better to submit a 40 something second loop rather then a song that loops twice in itself then overall again.

Variation was the biggest missing factor here. That flute melody you had held promise, I wish you had taken it further.

Mastering wise this song is solid, other then the loud tubuler bell.

This is one of your weaker submissions, keep up the good fight and keep em coming!

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Rated 3 / 5 stars


Not bad, man! Great work. The looping intermission could be better at the end, you can try to drag it on a few seconds and fade it out, or have the end like the beginning. In the beginning the background sound hasn't made an entrance while the ending did. Maybe you can try and keep the entire song progressive. Otherwise, great quality and I wish you luck on whatever else.

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Deflektor responds:

Hey, thanks, dude! I appreciate your review and the fact that you're giving some advices.