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yes my house is a mess dont judge me

By 001247 on February 1, 2020 4:28 pm

I ran out of creative juice to name tracks even though my track naming process is just picking two words that kinda fit with the mood.
Another stage theme type song, it's meant to loop so sorry for the abrupt ending.
It's also another remake of an old track from around 2015, originally meant for a minigame of a bigger game I was making, I'd still like to use this somewhere because I'm proud of the melody.
I made it with the sega genesis soundfont, how much does it sound like an actual sega genesis game track? no fucking clue honestly (ideally I would have made a legit chiptune in famitracker but I'm still learning please be patient with me).
As of the mood, I tried to go for something that felt peaceful and nostalgic yet adventurous and optimistic (without making the track completely happy because overly happy music sucks imo), probably like some sort of early stage theme, funnily enough my original idea was meant to be the bgm of a snowy level with underwater sections, but I picture this version in an underground level.

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February 4, 2020 9:26 am

it sounds pretty close! OPLx > 2a03 tbh

February 5, 2020 9:34 am

That's real pretty. I bet you can change the sounds slightly to make it match a snow theme just fine.

February 15, 2020 6:22 pm
Devieus wrote:

That's real pretty. I bet you can change the sounds slightly to make it match a snow theme just fine.


I could, but I grew fond of the newer sound so it stayed like that.

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