Insert heart-warming 80's montage.
The Presets would be jealous.
A great rendition of an already great song!
I was browsing through the AP when I saw this track listed - and obviously I HAD to take a look, seeing as the soundtrack to Dire, Dire Docks is one of my favorite pieces from the entire Mario 64 game. I was not disappointed. You have put a nice spin on a brilliant tune, and created something fairly unique in itself.
The memories came flooding back happily, and a 'techno-ey' fun version didn't detract from the original vibe of the piece. Just gave it a different perspective.
Keep up the good work Saku.
Grand Chase as a title is a little off-puting.
Hmmm, stumbled across this little loop and I must say, I really quite liked it. Very, very chilled, which is a good thing. It's definitely more ambient to me than trance, but I feel it would be well suited in a video game soundtrack more than anything else (in it's current form). I don't have a problem with the repetitiveness seeing as it's a loop (in fact I've had it playing during the composing of this review and it hasn't gotten annoying or old in any way), but I suppose you could branch out and make a full blown song out of it. Could be cool. I would be inclined though, to be careful when adding more and more to a track and trying to create diversity. Sometimes, the original effect can be lost.
By the way, Liquidfire666 mentioned that he got a Bomberman64 feel out of this track and I have to agree, though I also don't know why exactly. Something to do with the vibe of it.
Keep up the good work anyhow.
Rock that Rockworm like it's 2007!
Anyone who says this is just "ok" obviously has some kind of mental problem.
Or possibly just no understanding of what makes good music.
Neither are desirable attributes.
I'm doing the robot dance.
The aviators add that extra bit of class to an already funkalicious robot.
Still my favourite; this song is awesome. See, you think it just can't get any better, then... the drums come in.
Thet arn't just any old drums, they're BONGO DRUMS BABY! WOOOOOOOOO
Yeah, this is my favourite so far. Really addicting, to say this song grew on me is an understatement! I'm looking forward to a super long extended version.
Yeah this song rules
For a first submission, this is an excellent loop. It has a nice melody to it, and is long enough to avoid being repetitive. I have had it playing on repeat for a little while, and the fact it's looping isn't really that noticable at all. Always the sign of a good loop.
I'm looking forward to hearing more audio from you.
That was a cool little track trevo. It was really quite funky, especially after it built up a little. It also had enough variation to not be repetitive, which is always good.
I know you said this is a work in progress, and I think it's great so far. I'm looking forward to hearing a complete, full version some time in the future :)
I wrote this song for you Idle..
Gooch breaks out the bass.
Gooch, that was some phat bass. I thought that track was pretty darn good, and the riffs were really well done. I thought the inro for the song lacked a little, but once the song started going, it certainly made up for this.
If I had one complaint, it would be the crash cymbal. I like the idea of having the crash there, but i just felt it was a little too loud and overbearing (haha, it almost scared me at first). If this wasn't so loud, I think it would fit in with the groove of the track a little better.
Overall, a funky track. There is heaps of potential here. Submit more audio Gooch!
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