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-Chiptune-:_Childhood days_ -Chiptune-:_Childhood days_

Rated 4 / 5 stars

daym I remember some of these and they are nostalgic! Any chance of a song list?

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c0rtax responds:

Used tracks:
Karma - Sedam Dana
Sash! - Ecuador
(I cannot remember for artist name) :(
BassHunter - Dota
Darude - Sandstorm
Dj Tiesto - Traffic
Ayla - Ayla
666 - paradox
666 - Supa Dupy Fly
Mauro Picotto
Kernkraft 4000

Spag You Spag You

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Definitely captured Spag's style there! It feels like you get a bit more creative and less 'Spagy' with the second drop, which is nice that its not 100% copying another style.

I know the deez nuts gag is because of April fools but music wise its a bit distracting/doesn't really fit but maybe that's just me. Its nothing ground breakingly new but I guess that's because its not really meant to be. I think trying to imitate someone else's style can be a good exercise to broaden your own style, as long as you don't try to pass it as your own creative work which you haven't done here so that's good.

Good work as a whole, and good luck with your future music adventures!


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Veikyul responds:

Thanks. Yeah, this wasn't really intended to be something completely original and groundbreaking, but I feel like I did a good job here. I'll try to get something more unique uploaded tomorrow, stay tuned :)

The Other Side (WIP) The Other Side (WIP)

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I absolutely love that little intro! I find it really hard to get the intro right in a song, I believe its a very important part of music. After all its the first thing the listener is going to hear and what their initial judgement is going to be of. That simplistic intro just really fit the rest of the song and is a very good start to let people know generally what the song is like in the first 10 seconds.

I feel like a bit more could be added to the drop, maybe something I like to call an 'overlead' which is basically an extra dominating lead instrument over the top of your other melodies, usually a relatively high pitched instrument to add some more depth, creating a more three dimensional sound. I actually found it hard to find a lot of things I didn't like about this so good work!

All the melodies flow well together and sound very pleasing. I like how you have different layers of tone in the first part but haven't overdone the bass or anything like a lot of new artists do. The drums of the that kick in sound perfect for the genre too. One thing I hope you don't do with the full version is if you have multiple choruses, don't make them exactly the same. Alter the second one a bit, add some variation, it always makes the music sound like a bit more love has gone into it.

Anyway, good work as a whole, Looking forward to the full release!


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JandreParis responds:

Thanks for the feedback! Mm... I'm thinkin' the drop is fine the way it is currently. I want it to be fairly simple, uncomplicated, and big enough to leave an impact, but not too big, y'know? And definitely will keep the variation at the forefront of my mind ;) Much appreciated!