Sounded pretty damn good to my ears.
I wouldn't call it bad. My biggest reason for not being able to really get into it was that it sounds way to "busy" It just feels like there is way to much going on all at the same time. An interesting attempt at making something different though so props for the effort.
I've always had an issue with making a mix less cluttered. By adding +6 lead tracks to play simultaneously in this composition, I didn't make it easier for myself. Thanks for pointing that out.
I'll work harder on it next time.
That is a really strong start to a potentially great song. Needs some variance in it at some point and a catch melody and it will be great. The bit at 20s in is nice and you should keep that up I think.
Yeah I have a lot of trouble adding variety to my electronic stuff. It's not as easy as it is for me with guitar stuff, because I have a lot more control in that sense. Thank you for the review!
pretty sweet man. Might use this later on for a character select screen in a game.
Glad you liked it! Been a while since somebody used my music, go for it!
You should do more of this because you are actually pretty good at it.
Thanks man, just head over to the SoundCloud link cause there is plenty more of this... :)
Man that album is fucking gold from start to finish. This is only possible from someone who truly understand that old school chiptune magic. Solid job capturing it with this one man.
This is pretty good. Just keep playing with that vrc6 because you haven't even touched the potential of it yet :) I would suggest looking up some vrc6 info so you can see what all it can really do because it will blow your mind if you haven't seen what it is really capable of.
Thank you! :D
I will do it, I want to learn and improve in 8bit music. Thank you very much!
It may be random and it may be a short loop but at least it sounds good. I mean I could see everyone hating you if the small random bits you posted sucked and were spamming up the audio portal but this is pretty good. Post what you want to post and don't be concerned about what everyone else thinks. If you let the opinions of random people on the internet influence your decisions it will only negatively impact your creativity and ability to be happy with what you make. Listen to your work and and without picturing yourself as someone else listening to it on here ask yourself "do I like this?" if the answer is yes then post it.
I mean you have the basics and the quality overall is pretty good. I think what you need to do from here is try to introduce a really catchy memorable melody early on in the track. The part at the end where the main parts all drop out at about 2:14 should be done somewhere around the middle or maybe even more than once also. It keeps the track from being repetitive if you do that but there are a couple ways you could handle it besides that even.
Just keep working on it and pretty soon you will start having some decent skill in this genre.
Cool, thanks a lot dude! I'll mess with it some more and see how it sounds! \m/
Definitely would fit as the music for a main characters home in an rpg game or something.
Thanks! That is precisely what I intend it to be. :-)
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