Seems your fans like your 16-bit sound as well. Wonder if more remastering are on the way.
I would argue pieces like this have more soul and emotion in them for many obvious reasons. One must never give up on themselves simply because they do not make the mainstream. I would argue that this track has more diverse potentially make it much more desirable. I actually look for tracks like this. 8-bit with a purpose. Be it BGM, movement oriented, or genre bending. This is what one would call a hidden gem. Do not give up on your creative gift.
Ill never stop making music :)
Its the one thing i truly can lose myself in, sometimes for hours trying just to make new dimensions to mind. :)
thanks for the review.
Speechless (PM me please)
I don't know how you do it. Your voice, enchanting. Your inspiration, unrivaled. Your execution, flawless. The lyrics you have made are truly a testament, not just to you as a lyricist but to you as one who respects the work you are remixing. This, Laruto's Lament, and The Lullaby of Time are some of the most touching lyrical pieces I have found on this site. Thank you and never stop creating. You have a gift. But might I make a request of you. If so, please PM me.
I will ^_^
Sorry I'm late doctor. I'd say the experiment was a huge success. Shall we -breathes in deeply and igor like- perhaps modify it more. Your creation my sound doctor... it has so much potential. It builds track wise rather well, but it needs more life to sustain it. A longer life span. The new synth parts, they seem very solid. I like it. IT'S ALIVE!
Creating with a vision in mind...
Careful now. If you start seeing images in your work you might just start inspiring yourself to new heights my friend. =] I think it's fun, punchy, and can easily see the story you've juxtaposed to it. Yes I'm rating this a ten. Not just because it's done, but because I believe you are starting to see the story in your art that I've seen since the beginning. I'm not kidding. We could make a game based on your 8-bits alone.
Back in the day
Back in the day. Now a days. And even in the future. Let me start by saying clean was the first thing that popped into my head when I started listening to this. It's a very tight, bright, and clean mix of the old song. I look forward to more work from you man. Ya need anything, just know this is what I do.
AH HAHA! YEAH!
1:37 hits and 2:40 hits and the exact thing I exclaim is "AH HAHA HE GOT IT!" Fantastic work my man. You allowed for new melodies to shine. Brought out the rhythm I talked about, created two minimal and yet diverse enough movements that co-exist well with the overall feel in and short created, in my opinion much more than just, a second loop. It's what we like to call a game changer. A way to add a new possible movement. Versatility! This has potential in it for more than just basic BGM which is what I love about all your pieces. Parts of this could co-exist apart from the song, punctuate dynamic movement, possible uncontrolled cut scene. Dialogue. The best part about the way you set this up is that 5:00 hits and I think to myself. it's like when the overworld map changes, or when part two of a level or story begins. Like MMX4, where you can hear the clear definition of part one and part two of a level and yet they still harken to one another. Bravo man! You're back in the saddle! I'm seriously very proud of you man. Don't give up on yourself.
I'm glad to hear your approval, Soullink. You're definitely my greatest confidant in all of this, and you have my gratitude eternally for your continued support; if it weren't for your encouragement, I might not have finished this song at all.
Thank you, not only from EliteFerrex, but from the man behind.
Here's what happened
Hmm, I wonder if my good buddy Elite Ferrex has made anything new lately?
What's this? 8-bit Introduction?
Whatdya know? More win. Go figure! Seriously though man, good to see you're back and still kicking.
You have a gift
Welcome back and looking forward to part two. You really are the reason why I've grown to love 8-bit.
Lots of promise
The trumpet synth itself doesn't fit with the tones of the other synths. I agree with the instrument choice but the synth just cuts. It's a bit too bright. Otherwise I love the consistent flavor of this track. The up beat direction. The clever use of the chorus to simulate the train whistle. This is what a true remix should be. Source material recognizable but a new song in its own right. Sonic is a city slicker in the old west and egg man just hijacked the Hill Top Express. Yehaw!
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