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Chrono Trigger R+J style Chrono Trigger R+J style

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Bahahaha my song!

So this is a school project or something? Pretty cool that you did it in the setting of Chrono Trigger :) I like it! But it loops at the end, and the music doesnt stop...just overlaps itself. Kind of amateur-looking, just to let you know. Thanks for using my song :)

Dad's Home Dad's Home

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very well done

Your artistic style is really bold, which I normally don't like--however, you made it fast-paced and clean, so I really enjoyed this animation! I didn't think it was very funny, but it was sure a great movie! I love how you ended it :D your 3D animation for the rising of the stage was awesome :D

-BTW, that song at the end is indeed from's actually the Mute City theme. Try getting a midi of it at vgmusic.

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A Men's Room Monologue A Men's Room Monologue

Rated 5 / 5 stars

haha, very nice!

This was amazing, great job! Great graphics! The voice acting was kind of mediocre, but the whole flash was awesome! I'm glad you didn't neglect sound effects, it really seals the deal. Keep it up, and make more!

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Recent Audio Reviews

The Peggey Song (REMIX) The Peggey Song (REMIX)

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


I'm very surprised that this made the front page, let alone FIRST PLACE. This is very disappointing to me, to see the new audio portal system already a little buggy/exploitable.

...I'm assuming that this wasn't chosen #1 by a human, of course.

Blue Bossa (on Alto) Blue Bossa (on Alto)

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Man, you can improv the hell out of jazz

Hey, what up bud? I'm back, and you've changed your name :)

This is very smooth, I like the choice of notes are your improv, you clearly have practiced a lot of different things on your own time. Unlike lots of artists around here :).

My only gripe is, this Band in a Box thing. Sure, you say you only play reed instruments (right?), but you should seriously consider learning to compose your own music entirely. You can definitely do it, based on your music theory knowledge. Just a backbeat on the drums, some basic guitar chords with 7s and 9s in the back, some strings, and even try using more than one reed instrument in the song! Like, you could play an alto sax part, and harmonize a clarinet part with it.

You can find free software on the internet that lets you make any instrument you want with a cheap electric keyboard, via an interface called MIDI, if you want to look into it. I'd recommend it!

Aside from those few off-topic paragraphs, all I can really review you about right now is your improvisation, not really the song, so your reviews from people are going to be short. Again, look into writing music! You might really like it.

See you around!

Silent-G - Wake Up Silent-G - Wake Up

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Uh, sounds familiar...

Hm, this sounds nearly EXACTLY the same as your last song. Are you making this music with loops? If so, I have to say, I'm disappointed. Dragging loops is not making music.

If you are really creating this note for note, then great job! Just try to make a -different- song next time. Good song, it's just the same as the last one! Same key, same chord progression, etc.

Silent-G responds:

yeah the program I used was this really simple shockwave thing in a web browser. I made a bunch of these songs a long time ago and thought I'd just upload a couple to see what people thought.
Im trying to find different programs though so I can do more stuff that allows me to use more loops and whatnot, and actually make my own music.
thanks for the review.