A Mega Man style music! It actually is quite far from that though, but I don't care. I like this better. I really enjoy the melodies here, I'm sure even who doesn't usually listen to this kind of music (electronic-orchestral-metal-Touhou?) would like it.
I don't know how many people here actually like Ratchet & Clank or its soundtrack, but you can listen to this even if you aren't a fan of that game. But mind you, this is quite different from my usual stuff.
This is a track supposed to mimic as much as possible the style of the music from the original trilogy (the third game in particular). Enjoy!
A new music! This time it's Dubstep. Still, I didn't make that kind of EDM that sounds all the same. This tune's got some interesting sounds, including an Erhu, a Hawaiian guitar and a voice used as an instrument.
I didn't post this right away because I couldn't get on RRU for some reason. But finally I got the problem fixed (thanks Xiron and Ayliffe!).
Finally, a new music! I have some more ready, so my schedule shouldn't be too random in these next few weeks.
This is an ambient track, inspired by Earthbound, as well as Borderlands (not too much though). It's got 16-bit limitations too!
The video should also be in a slightly higher quality, I did some stuff to make it look less blurry. I'm not sure if it worked out well or not.
I started this way back when I finished Champion Battle, but I finished it just two days ago. It also went through a bunch of transformations, as this was initially supposed to sound Earthbound-y (you can still hear one of the weird pads often used in the game in the third part of this music though).
Anywho, it's done! Enjoy!
I wanted to make something that could fit in Freedom Planet, so here it is! I tried as hard as I could to replicate Woofle and Strife's styles, but I don't know if I tried hard enough still.
Hey, here's a new track for you! It's a Chiptune/Orchestral/Metal loop (ends at 1:47), and it's inspired by UNDERTALE. Undertale is truly an inspiring game, and its soundtrack is even more from a composer's point of view.
A spooky name for a spooky tune!
I tried to make the "x reacts to audio" thing for the video, what do you think?
Have a Happy Halloween everybody!
(I changed it in 27/10/15 from Ballad of the Pumpkin, by the way)
Halloween is coming! In honor of my favourite holiday, I made two themed tunes: this one (which I actually, I made in June... ), and another, coming next week, the 24th.
Listen on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/officialshadowblaze/shadowblaze-moonscythe-district
So, yeah, the two upcoming musics are going to have this kind of names.
I love this one, I hope you'll like it as well!
Listen on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/officialshadowblaze/shadowblaze-storm-district
A catchy chiptune for that game I wanted to make (it's not happening, by the way). More are coming soon.
What do you think of this video format for chiptunes? Please give your honest opinion.
Listen on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/officialshadowblaze/shadowblaze-dusk-district
Here's a fancy loop for you! It's got orchestral and electronic elements, but it contains a couple unusual instruments and an interesting rhythm. Hope you'll like it!
Listen on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/officialshadowblaze/loop-shadowblaze-sky-fortress
Here's a new music for you! It's a summer-y Reggae tune, I hope you'll enjoy it.
All the vocals were performed and recorded by me.
BAH SCREW IT I CAN'T GET THE VIDEO TO EMBED
Listen on SoundCloud: https://www.soundcloud.com/officialshadowblaze/shadowblaze-sunray
Here's another track! It's a dark, bassy and slow breakbeat track, with a brutal drop, fancy sounds, and a lot of other wonderful stuff!
Listen on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/officialshadowblaze/shadowblaze-corrode
Welp, here's another music for ya! A Drumstep track, with chiptune sounds, guitars (a couple of which were recorded by me), and a brutal drop like in my classic Dubstep/Drumstep stuff.
So, hope you'll enjoy! I've had a lot of fun when making this track.
Listen on SoundCloud: NOPE
Halloween is approaching, so here's an obligatory Halloween music for ya! This year I had a lot of other projects to do, so I didn't have much time for this. Still, today I got back on this music (I started it a month and a half ago ), and polished it a bit.
Enjoy, and Happy Halloween!
Oh, and for this special occasion, here's a link to a free download for this music on SoundCloud!
A couple days ago StewartG asked me to make the main theme for Rock Raiders 2, so I decided to upload it so that everyone can hear it, as a preview. Feedback and suggestions for improvement are very much appreciated.
So yeah, I might be making the music for this game. It depends on what Stewart decides.
I decided to upload this earlier than usual because it's Xiron's birthday, you know.
Well, this is my new track, Showdown! It is one of my classic Chiptuney Drumstep/Dubstep style music, except this one is completely chiptune (although the drums and bass are digital, because Drumstep).
This music was inspired by final boss battles in retro videogames. The track starts with a catchy 8bit tune, but it keeps rising and adding tension as time passes, just like an usual boss battle does, and it transforms in the music of a decisive battle, with the tension building up more and more until the very end of the music.
Listen on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/c24dubstep/c24-showdown
Another loop! Why do I do this stuff? Because I love video game music and I want to learn making them well. This one is inspired by Ratchet & Clank, as usual, and it has a mysterious feel to it. This music is called City Depths because I had a picture in mind of a disastered suburban (literally) area, I think the slowness, tension and undergroundness (literally, again) of the tune helps with the devastated and dangerous scenary I was thinking of. The music loops at 2:52. Kinda long for a loop, but the longer the better I guess.
Listen on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/c24dubstep/c24-city-depths