This track reminds me of old school video game music; However, you used more simple bleeps.
The music reminds me of 80's synthesisers.
It has a good sound.
Thanks for the kind words my man, gracias!
This track sounds like something out of a modern video game.
I love the horror styled tone established within the musical style of this very soundtrack.
This track would not be out of place in a horror movie of either live action or animation.
I don't really commonly associate this track with video games.
My mind usually thinks of the classic 8bit music from the nintendo era.
My mind also thinks of 16bit music as well.
Old style video game music managed to create good sounding music from annoying bleeps and bloops.
Electronic music has transformed a lot since the early days of video games.
This was an excellent track and it was short.
Thank you kindly. Sort of a weird thing I do, but I like to make sequels to some of my songs. Not sure if other people do that. There's 3 other songs like this one. But anyways, thank you!
Great music for establishing mood.
I picture the start of the music starts to set up a confrontation before the inevitable fight scene.
The music than picks up and a funky sound begins to kick in.
This track has plenty of variety it's overall sound.
The variety was perfect for the song's run time.
One of your better tracks.
Ooh, one of my better tracks you say? Thanks : ) It was a fun one to make I must say.
This is one of your longer tracks and while it sounds great.
It can use a bit more variety in certain places.
Some vocals might be an interesting addition to include in other future songs.
This track can actually be a bit shorter to be honest.
Work on eliminating certain bits of filler in your song.
Think of as getting your point across with less words.
Sometimes a lot can be said in short sentences.
This track sounds great but more variety is needed to accommodate such a length of time.
I look forward to your new works as always.
The music had an electronic sound to it.
The music also managed to copy the sound of classical music.
This little musical tune reminds me of the music most often used in final fantasy and other RPG video games.
This track would actually work in a role playing styled video game.
I's really cool that you create both music and animation.
Video game music has always been my biggest influence. I owe everything I am to Mario Paint on SNES which is how I got started. Same goes for animation as well. But I'm getting off topic. I'm glad you enjoyed this piece. There's plenty more like it I've yet to post. And as always, thanks, Mighty : )
Sounds catchy but can use a bit more variety in the track.
Perhaps try producing songs shorter than a minute as well.
The overall track sounded very cool.
Thank you for bringing your music to my attention.
I wish I could create music.
I appreciate the kind words man, thanks so much. And you seem to have a good ear for tunes based on your review so I definitely trust that you could create some good music my man!
This reminds of classic nintendo games from the 8bit era.
The ninja turtle video games all created entirely distinct music appropriate for each level.
The first ninja turtles video game actually created their own original theme song.
The other TMNT games on the nes merely rehashed the cartoon's theme song.
It's actually really cool that each incarnation of TMNT is open to change.
The concept of ninja turtles allows for a lot of creative flexibility.
I love how you created original music inspired by the ninja turtles.
This song is very effective for capturing a joyful mood.
I will have to use this very track for establishing a happy mood for certain scenes in my own cartoons.
Great music for setting an emotional tone.
Really? That's awesome! Thanks Mighty : )
This sounds like classic video game music created from beeps and electronic pulses.
Old video game music was incredible because it turned otherwise annoying sounds into music.
I'm still impressed by old video game music because it still sounds incredibly good.
This music would have been at home on an old school video game.
Your soundtrack reminds me of 16bit.
I recognize this music from the desert scenes of yonder ho.
I didn't know that you created a lot of your own music.
That is really cool.
Thanks : ) Yes, I have too many hobbies.
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