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Music Mixer 2003

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Dec 29, 2002 | 12:42 AM EST

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Make your own techno music!

Original music and sounds by: Jay Shafer
Programming by: John silver

Enjoy making your own music, please leave a review!

Reviews


neutroneutro

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

really good

but could be better



FemoraFemora

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

WooHoo!

Great music mixer I made a song that I wish i could save. there aslo should of been more sounds that would make it golden



HeroicD23HeroicD23

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Teriffic

It was so cool how it also counted when you added it if it sounded good or not

Nice work



Mr-GuNcaNDyMr-GuNcaNDy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This was the shit!

Dude, the bass lines and the fat drum beats really make this game a great piece of work. No one really all that much into techno, but that doesn't stop me from enjoying this game. Great job.

-GuNcaNDy



Dash-MercDash-Merc

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very well done.

You did a great job of keeping it simple. Way too often, people make complicated or ulgy interfaces, or they put too many loops in (which is fine, but they always forget to label the loops so you can remember which is which...)

I give a 9.5 for graphics and style, because it was simple and stylish, except for the strobing on the circles (hurt the eyes against the black and red background) which I ignored, because you were so clever with the graphics bit of it.

8 for sound, because of one thing that everyone misses...even though it would probably be a bit difficult to do (though I've seen it done on sites such as weebls-stuff) which is to make all the loops be permanently synched, so that it wouldn't be so hard to make things line up on beat properly...but the loops were simple, effective, and not overwhelming.

not violent, or particularly funny...but a 5 for interactivity (because it was simple, which is good, but it felt like something was missing, though I can't name to you what it was...

Awesome work. I'd like to see more simplistic but awesome things out of your workshop!

Peace, dude!