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Buccaneer Battle Buccaneer Battle

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Arr...Me is likin' this!

I was quite pleased to discover a nice pirate brawler on the front page and to my shock I noticed it had one of my songs on it as I played it! =o Goes to show that I should pay more attention. ^^;

But even so, I was quite pleased by the work that was put in into this. Enjoyable gameplay and enjoyable graphics. You made me work my fingers quite a bit. XD

I just wished this was longer...Arrr!

(And my humble thanks for using my music as well.) *tosses rum bottles to all*


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Journey to the East ~P~ Journey to the East ~P~

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Drawing from the same spring of inspiration

I am very pleased that you created a Eastern/Asian themed track. I have a particular enjoyment on Asian themed music. I did something similar myself in the past here on NG (you mind-reader, you... :D). But while I focused on one main instrumental/percussion (Nomad of the Strings) melody, you focused your theme on a strong, multiple blend of percussion, classical string backing, native Asian instruments, and and elegant wind notes (what type of flute and/or woodwind is being used btw?).

I hope you will do some more exploration with this kind of music once again someday.

5/5 Vote
10/10 Stars
And greatly enjoyed!

-Soulfuzion


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Innocence ~P~ Innocence ~P~

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is what drew my attention to your works!

Simple, clean and clear. I can't express how much I enjoy music like this. Feels like the opening sequence to a RPG-style video game or a fantasy movie credit opening. The synth strings and bell chimes help enforce the tonality of the main melody. This is going on my very selective list of favs. Bravo!

5/5 Vote
10/10 Stars
+Fav'd

-Soulfuzion


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Moonlight ~P~ Moonlight ~P~

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great fusion blend of genres

I love how you not only blend the orchestral piano melody with the various slow sweeps and catchy beat but you use the various choral and wah-wah melody with nice sfx useage. The flute that jumps in the first half of the track gives it a perfect "perk-up" as well. Reminds me of my own works using these two style fusion techniques (Symphony Cruiser & Orchestra of the Stars). I just wish it was longer (very minor nitpick, I know), but for a loop set it works wonderfully.

5/5 Vote
10 Stars
2 Thumps up!

-Soulfuzion


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