Source 2: Summer Carnival 92 Recca - Jetter (NES)
I have decided on "Magypsy Party" from Mother 3. Fast or slow, we have a saxophone solo, and those characters are probably the biggest reason we don't have Mother 3 outside of JP. Aside from the O2 Tanks. It's a pretty song with a lot of possible variations.
It works at many tempos with or with out the lead.
This could be a good base for the dual source challenge. Please use portamento if possible. "
Hello again! TheVideoGamer here doing another entry.
For this one, i thought i'd go for something more obscure and a little unique. The game is Summer Carnival 92 Recca and the track name is Jetter. Also known as the first half of Stage One.
This is a rare NES game, that has only more recently popped up, thanks to it's inclusion in the Virtual Console for download. Back then it was mainly a Japan only title, purposely made for a convention called Summer Carnival. (A competition for Video Game developers). There is also another game, made for the 1993 Summer Carnival released for the PC Engine, under the title of Nexzr.
The game is a bullet hell shooter, and while not a successful game, it did show a rather amazing amount of speed (And a Sh*t ton of enemies) for system that could barely do 30fps.
The music itself is also underrated. It followed in the 90's techno sound, so yes it's rather...er..repetitive, but i think it's unique in itself. I'm actually impressed with the sample quality to say this is NES, and even more impressed that there is 2-3 sounds playing simultaneously. I mean the repetition is actually good, because you can be a little creative with your mix. Honestly i think it's a little gem, but i suppose not everyone will probably get a knack out of it. I guess it's weather they can do it or what they make of it.
Link to the Track:
As usual i made a MIDI from scratch. This took me no time, especially considering it's a looping based track. You can access it on VGMusic here."
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