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Interesting rhythm, with enough variation to keep it interesting the entire time, as well as having an awesome title.

I'm fully expecting a 17-minute long (0)588235294117647 now.

Kloudtana responds:

haha, on it chief.

This is incredible stuff! The only thing I'd suggest is having the guitar drop out for a section or two, and changing the lead synth, but other than that it's fantastic.

glubglubz responds:

Thanks! that is a good suggestion.

The ending was great, and generally I liked the style of it. But as you said, there's something not right with it, and it's throwing off the whole mix.

It sounds to me like a case of instrumentation - Sky Sanctuary's melody works especially well in the original because it's played strongly, with a hard synth. This arrangement using a softer and muddier lead shifts focus away from the melody, and instead brings out the guitar backing.

That's literally the only fault I have with it, so it's a 4. Keep up the awesome.

glubglubz responds:

Thanks, that is a good point. I'll take another look at the master track and compression settings to see if I can fix that.


You did a good job on this. I especially like the instrumentation.

My only complaint is that the piano part in the middle should've been longer - but only because it was so great.

Short-Factor responds:

You think? I thought the piano section was adequate length compared to the rest of the song, given the whole song is fairly short. I'll keep that in mind.


The only fault I have is that it's too short. But that's only because six minutes of excellence is better than 35 seconds of excellence. This would work great in a Sonic game.

skychase responds:

Thanks a bunch mate, the whole idea was a small tune to loop when you're playing the happy coast forest stage. I'm glad you liked it! seriously


Carefree and happy indeed. Makes me feel all warm and fluffy.

sonicExplorer responds:

haha thanks


I don't know how to hear this and not give it ten.

SirKoto51 responds:

thanx, this is just so stupid and random that you absolutely had too. :D


I have absolutely no idea what conceivable game this would go with, but it sounds great regardless.

And I always knew I had a royal relative...

roboduck200 responds:

Hi unphysical formed relative.

Heh, my original plan was to make a video game sounding song but it kinda went out of that kind of area after I put it in audacity and messed around with it.

Thank you for the review :D


I never really liked Ristar, but I loved the music, and this was one my favourites. You just made it better.

deliverance84 responds:

Thanks for awesome review, it is my fav too man, ristar had a cool ost huh?


I don't know how you managed to do it, but despite being based on something that lasts four seconds, you managed to create 1:47 of remix that doesn't sound repetitive. For that alone, you deserve a 10.

AetherFlaer responds:

Awesome. Thank you for the great review. I tried to do something new with this. I don't know if I succeeded or not but I'm very glad you liked it.


I play piano, play games, make games, and have a very good sense of humour.

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Lincs, UK

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