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    Details for Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards - Neo Star
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    File Name: Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards - Neo Star
    Added:
    Authors: Isikoro
    Insert Size: 0x0908 bytes
    Type: Song
    Sample Usage: None
    Source: Port
    Duration: 1:16
    Featured: No
    Description: "Neo Star" from "Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards"
    Songs inside the cave and volcano
    One of the crystals on the volcanic course is hard to find.

    Original ver
    Scratch799's ver

    Tags: cave, dark, fire, industrial, mine, temple, tense
    Rating: 3.5 (Votes: 2)
    Preview: Play SPC
    Download: Download - 33.88 KiB
    76 downloads
    Counterfeit
    The pitch of the orchestra hit in the intro seems too low (I think the original sounds like it has another orchestra hit playing an octave higher at the same time as this) and through the song I believe the orchestra hit, and the @6 and @0 near the end are too loud. The orchestra hit softened with a slower attack may be less jarring. The middle of the song is right on the money. @14 with a sharp start to each note may not be the best bass instrument though since it's not a plucky bass in the original and it gives the song an annoying "ticking" sound, and may also benefit from a lower attack value or experimenting with an amplify command-boosted @8 or @1. All the fixings are there for the port to be really great, but it needs just a little TLC with volume balancing, bass instrumentation, and ADSR to be perfect.
    Posted by:  Counterfeit - | Link
    EdgeHM
    Almost perfect, misses a few notes near the loop point. But excellent instrument choices carry the song well.
    Posted by: EdgeHM - | Link
    Henry James Segura
    This is much better than Scratch799's version aka old version.

    I hope future would more Super Mario World custom music.

    In fact, they should have Rareware 64 music such Conker's Bad Furs Days, Banjo Kazooie, Banjo Tooie and Donkey Kong 64 music in future.

    I hope we will have Improved Creepy Castle theme from Donkey Kong 64 but using either Super Mario RPG soundfont or regular Banjo Kazooie soundfont.
    Posted by: Henry James Segura - | Link
    bebn legg
    Lowered the global volume to w140 from w180 since it was a bit loud, but otherwise, this is really nice!
    Posted by:  bebn legg - | Link
    HammerBrother
    Way better than Scratch799's version. The echo, multi-sustained vibrato notes and instrument choice made this song more alive.
    Posted by: HammerBrother - | Link