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Old 03-19-2012, 08:52 PM
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Castlevania: Sonata of Moonlight

WARNING: HERE THERE BE (Or at least stuff that sounds close to) 8-BIT.

In all seriousness, I've been trying to improve my ablility (or lack thereof) to arrange music. So, I set my sights on my favourite series for music: Castlevania.

The album was originally a 'what-if' scenario along the lines of KONAMI making a new CV game going back to it's roots (a la CAPCOM with Mega Man 9 & 10).
And eventually it became this miserable pile of music! The classics are there (Vampire Killer, Bloody Tears, I actually skipped Beginning if I recall correctly),
but there's stuff from games like Order of Ecclesia and Castlevania 64.

So, yeah. Any comments, critiques, etc. would be welcome and appreciated.
Hope you enjoy!

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Old 03-21-2012, 04:55 AM
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You made this? I'm greatly impressed by the way you made several modern Castlevania songs sound good 8 bit style. The ones that impressed me the most were Iron Blue, Clocktower, Aquarius, Festival of Servants and Lament of Innocence. Even though there were some flaws (everyone makes them), sometimes the percussion was too high or some parts of Lament of Innocence were off rythm, but they aren't such a big deal.

Keep up this great job.
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Old 03-21-2012, 05:57 AM
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Thank you very much!
I intend to go back and fix a few things, so your feedback is much appreciated!

Also, yeah; the percussion in Lament's been bugging me, I've just been too lazy to fix it. XD
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