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Penta Kill! Penta Kill!

Rated 5 / 5 stars

can i remix this? PRETTY PLZ!!?? i usually never remix stuff but i have to do this!


T1LTED responds:

Of course! Send me a link when you finish it so I can listen =D.


Happy flutes Happy flutes

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This reminds me of flappy the happy seal XD! and it makes me laugh so thats a bonus!



Argh! - WIP Argh! - WIP

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice! Its good but the fat synth that comes in about halfway through sounds a bit too sidechained. try making the sidechaining a bit more subtle and then it will be perfect!



Sunrise Boulevard Sunrise Boulevard

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I usually HATE dnb but i have to say, i wouldn't be surprised if this made you famous! keep it up both of you! and thank you for your service to the vast community of producers on newgrounds.


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Homunculus Remix Homunculus Remix

Rated 5 / 5 stars

you live up to your name, I JUST HAD AN EARGASM!!!



fnaf3chipremix fnaf3chipremix

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Holy mother of tuna melts!!!!! Ive been producing for five years but i have never managed to get the hang of chiptune stuff! i would suggest checking out famitracker. its a free software for producing 8bit chiptune tracks. its not just a crappy nes sound alike. you can export the songs that you have made in it as the filetype that runs in the nes! not advertising. just think it might be a powerful weapon in your 8bit arsenal. i commend you for making this and keep it up!!!



Raver Raver

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

not your best work but still pretty good compared to what most people can achieve! well done! P.S. i think you may have overdone the panning a little bit. try having it a little more subtle next time. not hating. just trying to help.


modder200 responds:

thank you very much for your comment! i think advices are much better than downloading without feedbacks


Disco Adventure Disco Adventure

Rated 4 / 5 stars

you have a lot of amazing ideas and i commend you for that. but you have a lot to learn aswell. for instance, don't use the stock drums in fl studio XD! yep. i can recognise those drums anywhere. one of the secrets to professional sounding production is to keep what DAW you're using a mystery. by using the stock drums you're not following that rule. there are plenty of professional sounding drums in fl if you go to Packs > Drums and there will be folders and folders of drum samples for you to indulge in. also, try to avoid tempo changes. maybe its just me but around 1:25 it sounds like there is a tempo change. something similar is to NEVER change pitch in the middle of a song unless it fits really well with the style of music that you're aiming for. but it sounds like you've got that rule down already. if you ever need any help with any tracks or if you need advice then just send me a pm. i look forward to hearing more stuff from you! ;)


modder200 responds:

wow, this must be the most accurate feedback ever given on this site :D thank you very much for that! *taking notes*