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Full Metal Fortress

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I did my best to capture the sound of a Neo-Geo, using classic synthesizers, Roland S-50 and Korg M1 (cards on the table, I don't know what the hell this thing used.) The thumbnail was inspired by my favorite moment in Metal Slug 3, where you turn into a zombie and vomit toxic blood upon your enemies.


P.S.

Feel free to let me know if this composition is maybe just a little too... "Capcom" for the room. I have no problem changing it.

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Strong respect for the instruments. It feels like I'm listening to composers from Nazca/SNK and Capcom having a jam session. Maybe if the two companies had collab'd a few years earlier, we'd have heard this kind of music in CVS1? It's a very fun loop, and I'm glad it's already showing up in animations on the site.

yo this sounds awesome!

I always enjoy hearing your finished products, but this is straight fire. Good work my good duder!

hey may i use this in a game i am making? and yes i will credit you.

RetroCarrot responds:

Sure, mate, why not?

Hey, that’s what I’m doing! I have several E-MU and 2 Roland Synthesizers/romplers I’m using for my song. This definitely has that fighter game vibe. :) I love it!

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Uploaded
Aug 4, 2020
2:56 PM EDT
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2.1 MB
1 min 50 sec
Hardware
  • S-50
  • M1

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