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Rescue on Fractalus C64 WIP / possible final

Do you think this remix is OCR-ready ?  

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This an old C64 game called "Rescue on Fractalus!"

remix.

Early WIP

http://gjandot.free.fr/php/tunes.php?num=0

V2 (19th Oct):

http://gjandot.free.fr/php/tunes.php?num=1

V3 (31st Oct):

http://gjandot.free.fr/php/tunes.php?num=2

Newest and possible final version (15th Nov):

http://gjandot.free.fr/php/tunes.php?num=3

Thanks for feedback, comments and suggestions.

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I'm having a hard time giving feedback on this one. The sounds employed are pretty good. The piece seems to be missing some meat. You said this is pretty early, so that's likely the culprit. I can give one specific piece of feedback:

Around 1:07', the piece shifts. It's a neat shift; however, try to up the emphasis on the background synth(the sci-fi synth that is particulary evident around 1:13'). That would create a cool smooth atmosphere that you could contrast with other segments of the song. Just a thought.

I hope this helps. The C64 had some great tunes.

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exactly what is this song

To the song portion, i think this is much better than anything i could do, but it's not submittion ready. The judges love to nit pick at stuid things like the tone of the synths and repataive themes. Honestly, this work sounds like a water downed version of a mixer called sephfire. But this is really not bad

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The judges love to nit pick at stuid things like the tone of the synths and repataive themes.

Limited thematic material explored in repetitive fashion is a piece-killing flaw, not a "stuid thing".

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The judges love to nit pick at stuid things like the tone of the synths and repataive themes.

Limited thematic material explored in repetitive fashion is a piece-killing flaw, not a "stuid thing".

Seconded! While the sounds in this piece are not bad, there's little that actually happens. And the source material isn't good enough that I want to listen to the same segment over and over.

This needs diversity.

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