Reconciliation Road! (2A03)

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Naijeru-Kun
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Reconciliation Road! (2A03)

Postby Naijeru-Kun » Tue Jun 23, 2015 4:13 am

Hey fellow compositioners. Here's another piece. The pulses in this one are a lot more quiet to bring a bit more emphasis to the Triangle.
Reconciliation Road!.ftm
And another thing.
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Sooo, for what it's worth, I'm adding a version with more basic percussion, instead of the long line of seemingly random sounds in the noise channel of the above version.
Reconciliation Road (Basic Per).ftm
Rudimentary Percussion.
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Re: Reconciliation Road! (2A03)

Postby Shywolf » Tue Jun 23, 2015 4:42 am

The noise percussion is really random-sounding, even more so than your last tune. The "crash cymbal" is OK, but I think you should go for normal-sounding drum beats, instead of the "lotsa pitches with fairly irregular spacing" thing.

The volume control's better than your last .ftm, however.

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Re: Reconciliation Road! (2A03)

Postby Naijeru-Kun » Tue Jun 23, 2015 5:05 am

Shywolf wrote:The noise percussion is really random-sounding, even more so than your last tune. The "crash cymbal" is OK, but I think you should go for normal-sounding drum beats, instead of the "lotsa pitches with fairly irregular spacing" thing.

The volume control's better than your last .ftm, however.


Yeah, I had a pretty hard time figuring out how to use the noise channel in a way that was not cacophonic when I first began working on Famitracker. Interestingly enough, my later works (which I have not posted on this forum) use a lot more simple percussion patterns.
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