This song is good, has very charming melodies, but it's not that good from the technical standpoint, the samples could be of better quality. From my point of view, the composition feels very organized.
There is not a lot of tracker effects. The composition is decent, but it could sound more real if it used more channels for the melodies and better samples as well. The author uses a constant tick rate instead of swing. The instruments have a lot of points, but almost none of them are used.
Great transitions in this tune, it sounds like it has been planned in the composer's head for the whole time. The samples are clean, but some of them are a bit out of tune. The piano sounds too sampled and the xylophone sound is not good, because it does not have any instrument work on it. The panning does not work against the song, in my opinion.
This is very creative, there's a nice progression to the melody and everything is well-structured. There is a lot of variety in this song, at one point it gets faster and then slows down later, and the transition to that part is done flawlessly.
It is very good, of course, the later version is much better, but this is great as well. I do have this module in my collection. The main melody just gets stuck in your head.
This is a great song with nice melodies. It doesn't sound like tracker music at all. It uses a lot of Zxx triggers and that is not commonly found in modules. The drums are nicely made, the song is mellow and calm, but still bouncy. The one thing I also like here is the ending, with a well-performed slowdown.
This song uses a lot of effects, almost any you could think of. Great skill is showcased here. The structure is great and this module is nice to watch in a tracker. There's a lot of NNAs.
The track is mixed well, there's a lot of stereo samples. The transitions are nicely done and all the samples sound very high-quality, despite all of them being 8-bit. The author uses a variety of sounds, like chiptune waveforms, MIDI-ish instruments and even sampled breaks and raw data.
The melody is repeated through the whole song, but it doesn't feel really repetitive until you play it back for the 50th time :) I like the drums, they are very creative and inspiring, even though the artist uses a drum loop, there's still some variety, as the author uses other sounds to make the drums groovier. All the Zxx triggers make this song outstanding and unique.
I would definitely keep this in my module collection. It's a great piece of modern tracker music which can compete with DAW music.
The melodies are great, I like the emotion in here. The samples are of very high quality and that is probably the reason why is the module just under 1 megabyte. The song sounds like a movie soundtrack with the arrangements and I can see that a lot of effort went into composing this.
The song is well structured. There is not a lot of tracker effects, but the ones that are used are used well. There's switching ticks to make the little synth in the background more dynamic and shorter. It uses a lot of obviously skillful volume changes, and there is a handful of NNAs.
The song is mixed very well. There is slight panning in the module, but I think that it works and adds more dynamic to the mix overall. The samples are very good, something you don't see in a lot of modules. They are clean and balanced.
I think that there's some clever techniques in here, such as the tick switching technique I described above. Overall, the melodies sound original, creative and the song is well structured melodically. The instruments accompany the melody in a nice way which makes it more calm.
This module is working, I would keep it in my collection as one of my favourites. It is definitely not repetitive and contains a lot of variety. It is a work of quality in every aspect.
It is a great song. Very catchy and funky.
- It's really creative.
- It uses a lot of effects.
- The author made almost every sample by himself.
- It's weirdly panned, but it doesn't affect the song a lot.
- The ending is a bit unexpected. It should be longer.
The techniques used here are really advanced. The voice manipulation at the beginning is very creative, haven't heard that in a lot of modules. It uses a lot of effects.
The use of panning isn't so good. The samples are too much panned to the left or to the right. The song is a bit quiet.
The xylophone it a bit loud compared to the other instruments.
The drums are really good. Using a doorstep as percussion is indeed creative. The set offset effect usage is very good, especially when it comes to the 303, where the author mashes up the bass loops in order to create something unique.
It does work very well. It's a great module and it's not repetitive at all. I would recommend it.
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