This is pretty nice. While you played with the melody, you didn't stray too far from it and produced something quite uniform.
The feeling I gather from this is one of going against a set boundary to do what's needed. Although it's beneficial in the long run, I notice a small trace of regret or some similar feeling. (Maybe a little bit of fun was had along the way as well.)
I'm quite found of the end in particular. Songs that have a bit of an "afterthought" near the closing are my favorite because they serve to summarize the song and leave the listener with something to process. This piece was no exception. I like it.
Awesome! I'm glad that you enjoyed it!
This is some good stuff, I must say. Playful and quirky with a hint of something more, especially near the end. I'm using it as inspiration for my work. Very nice.
Very cool Dill!
Let me know how that goes! I'd love to see what you come up with.
I love this one both with and without the Wah-wah. I can imagine both of them would find a use in the story. This one was played well, but you said it yourself: it would sound way better with better equipment.
AWW YEAH!! I'm going to continue to write the story and probably do some sketches soon. I figure if I just go with it, it won't get stale and would be more fun to write. Very nice piece, it would be sweet if the message gets across to tons of people someday! ^_^
Very nice. Mind if I use what Nicole said as actual dialogue? XD
Absolutely not. In fact, I'd hoped you'd accept my anecdotes as canon.
I like it.
It's definitely a good listen. Personally, it reminds of me of the ol' Sega Genesis games I enjoyed playing so much when I was younger. Nice intro and fadeout. :)
Could you perhaps make this a little longer? I find a decent song length is about three and a half minutes. Other than that, I have no qualms about this track.
I was browsing the video game audio section, and I found this. This piece was so awesome, I went to favorite it, but apparently I already did. You know a song is good when people keep coming back for more.
This makes my heart beat faster. Nicely done.
Well, somebody give this person a medal. The funky groove fits well with the feel of Casino Night Zone. One good part of this rendition is the use of drums. The genesis soundtracks always made good use of the snare drum, and this was not lost here. It's got a decent length to it as well. Superb job. ^_^
Thanks! I'm Really glad you like it!
Thanks for your comment!
My dad has the Men At Work: Business As Usual CD and whenever my family goes for a long roadtrip we play it. This, along with Be Good Johnny, is my favorite song on the album. You did a fantastic job composing the tune. The length is decent, and it's got the Down Under vibe down pat. ( And yes, that mobius strip goes nuts when this playing. ^_^ )
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