The Ever Expanding Cosmos
  Oct 10th 2017 11:11pm
A more touched up version of Sound of The Multiverse. I used what I learned from the NES one and applied it to this using the SN1 instruments too this time instead of just the FM1 instruments. I have a version with better drums on soundcloud, I didn't put that one up because I used Nintendo as the system in Deflemask to use the sample drums and then enhanced the bass and treble in audacity

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Level 22 Chipist
post #91028 :: 2017.10.07 6:56am :: edit 2017.10.07 6:57am
I like the chords, but some of the patches and PSG(?) kind of hurt my ears when played for a long time and at a high frequency.
Level 5 Chipist
post #91029 :: 2017.10.07 7:25am
  ViLXDRYAD and Tobikomi liēkd this
I shall keep that in mind for next time.
Level 21 Pedagogist
post #91038 :: 2017.10.07 9:50am
yea! i like the melody and music in general, though it needs more work on the instruments; this is a damn good start btw! :') props! :D
Level 25 Chipist
post #91041 :: 2017.10.07 10:16am :: edit 2017.10.07 11:34am
  ViLXDRYAD liēkd this
Sgen entries need to be submitted as .vgm or .vgz files, which deflemask should allow you to export. Can you resubmit here? Once that's done, the page with your entry on it will give you the chance to upload an mp3 render alongside.

thx!! welcome to botb btw!
Level 21 Chipist
post #91052 :: 2017.10.07 1:38pm
  ViLXDRYAD liēkd this
Not bad! I don't know how it sounded before you addressed the tonal quality, but it sounds pretty decent now. Some of those really high whistle register bell notes are inherently a bit shrill, but it's not too bad. Your melody and progression is nice and understated, sounds pretty good! Keep it up!
Level 21 Pedagogist
post #91216 :: 2017.10.11 4:18pm :: edit 2017.10.11 4:20pm
  BitscuitExe liēkd this
i love its chillness, is a pretty relaxing one to listen to :) keep it up! :D

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