It's a catchy tune there's no doubt about that. But there are too many high pitched sounds and way too little bassy ones. Eventually it starts giving you a bit of a headache. And the bridge is a bit repetitive.
Final Valley: 7/10
I really like the snyth work and the percussion in this one. But there is a part where they throw in another high pitched synth that sounds slightly off key that throws me off every time I listen to it.
I feel like my score for this would be higher if they'd left out that intro part. Because the rest sounds great. The percussion gets your foot tapping and I can already see it in a high intensity boss or athletic level (just an observation, not a factor in scoring).
For the most part this has a really fun sound to it. But the higher the main synths go in pitch the more off they sound to me. They just sound like they are deviating from the note more than they should be when vibrating.
A very pleasant song to listen to. I would much like to give this song a higher score, but as the bass synth begins it sounds wobbly and odd and takes away from the angelic sounding notes it's accompanying. Very good for credits, clearly (again, an observation).
Now this is an intriguing tune. It's not particularly catchy, but it gets your attention regardless. Sort of experimental and futuristic. I'm digging the percussion and electronic bells throughout. In real time, while writing these, this is easily my favorite of the lot. It just has a wildly neat feel to it.
I'm a real fan of how this track stays within a range that your ears can tolerate for longer periods of time. It reminds me of some of my favorite anime VGMs. My issue with it is that is a little too repetitive given the circumstances here.
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