I'm posting this from our hotel room on the beautiful garden isle of Kauai, where from our balcony we can see palm trees, surfers, and the vast, expansive Pacific. Yes, I'm posting video game mixes on my honeymoon - let no one question my commitment to OverClocked ReMix. Or Sparkle Motion, for that matter. I'm glad we're specifically getting a mix from 5TH Cell's Scribblenauts, courtesy ProtoDome, but am also generally happy to see more focus on newer games, unmixed games, and handheld games, three categories it happens to fall under. Blake writes:
"Ah, thought I’d go halc and try something other than Nintendo (mainly Pokemanz) for a change, although I really can’t escape from my IV, iv chord resolutions. Man, I am so unoriginal. The Scribblenauts soundtrack (if you’ve ever listened) sounds like it wants to go all glitch in various places so I thought I’d extend on that. Hope u liek Chiptune... OH! PS! Props to WILLROCK for the awesome song title."
Ah, Mr. Harby... your shenanigans do not go unappreciated. This is definitely some chippy, chipper chiptune, with dominant percolating melodies peppered with breaks, bits, gates, fx (SMB death sound?), vox samples, and all manner of modulated joy. The actual melody itself reminds me of some of Bo's early SEGA stuff, all of which I love, and the treatment/interpretation is chiptune maximalism, first class. OA writes:
"The name is a bit meta, but that is part of the charm. I don't think many other game sources could work with the name. The arrangement is quirky and fun, and though I feel that a lot of the sounds used sounded the same as the game synths, there are a few spots where it is well beyond the DS sound chip's level. I think it was pretty cool and fun.
yes to NO (resub)."
Resident "youthful curmudgeon" Vigilante adds a dash of sarcastic approval:
"I'm not sure you have enough stutter edits in here. Can you maybe resubmit it with twice as many? I'd like the waveform to look like someone tapping out morse code. YES."
... just WATCH us now get a submission that spells out "F^&* THE JUDGES!" in morse code using stutter fx, for all those with too much time on their hands to lovingly decipher. At any rate, while the original may be retro to begin with, Blake's really dressed it up to the 9-bits, and composer David Franco's melody is well-deserving. Get your scribble on in style w/ more great stuff from ProtoDome.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Scribblenauts (Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, 2009, NDS)
Music by David J. Franco
- "Main Menu"
- Chiptune, Electronic, Synth
- 3,484,082 bytes
- Size: 3,484,082 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: 4ab180975e5bd149387286c3faf3cac5
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