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Review by fearofdark

20 Feb 2006, 19:36
Spaz Slackrabbit (185 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings159 Featured reviews4 Average helpfulness64%

I needed something to review and the music file was the only thing (appart from my battles).

The song sounded nothing like labrat at first. Just this repeating sample sequence and some beats. The drum fills took forever. The begging only uses about 7 samples.

Near the end of the song, the key changes and so does the sequence. But then the same thing in the first half of the song happens. This long drum fill, then some beats.

Then the song ends instantly. The same 7 samples are used..

Judging but how many samples are used and how the sequence goes, this deserves no more than 4.5.


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RecommendedReview by Joseph Collins

20 Feb 2006, 19:26 (edited 20 Feb 06, 19:27)
Turtle Goon (88 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings75 Featured reviews3 Average helpfulness62%

A techno/funk arrangement of a well-known Jazz Jackrabbit 2 song, and a chunk of a lesser-known Jazz Jackrabbit 3 song.

Song Analysis:
The song starts out with the opening “wiggities” from “Laboratory Level”. Around 50.5 seconds in, it coasts into a smooth arrangement of the last bit of “Jazz Jackrabbit 3”(the title song for said game) with some drums here and there. Overall, it’s a short song, but it sounds pretty decent, if not repeatitive.

Sample Analysis:
I dig the samples used in this song. Even though you used the same sample for the Labratory Level and Jazz Jackrabbit 3 main melodies, the samples themselves are nice. Not grainy, not fuzzy, not even slightly skewed. Ah, the wonders of FastTracker II Format.

Final Analysis:
This ain’t as much “Laboratory Level” as it is “Jazz Jackrabbit 3”.
(Specifically 1:44 onward in the original song.) While incorrectly titled(in my opinion), I can’t really think of what else you might call it, so… Yeah. Good, short song. Great for listening to. Not so great to use in a level.

Score: 3.5/7.0
Jazz Jackrabbit 3” Points: 2.7/3.0
Total Score: 6.2/10.0

Sure! As I said, it’s pretty fun to listen to.


The “Simon Cowell” of Jazz 2 Online‘s Music Scene… Joseph Collins
Dr Lithius” or “LithiuServer” on Jazz 2

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RecommendedReview by Dr. Eggman

22 Feb 2006, 09:37
CTF Bug (4 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings4 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness50%

So Cruk…
You have done it with very nice style :)
7.0 from me, because of:

1. (+) Nice detuned saw sample
2. (+) My samples ;)
3. (+) Nice ideas with hihat channel (Heh I think you got it from my mods)
4. (-) Too long snare volume sliding… If it would be shorter then the dynamics would be better, but keep workin’

Keep rmxing, I can inspire you at next songs! :)

I recommend download this: some ppl who want to give up rmxing must see that music making is not as hard as they think… just hard work on it ;)

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Review by OM2004

1 Mar 2006, 18:04
Bee Boy Swarm (47 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings47 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness34%

I think you guys are going a bit harsh. The snare is a bit long, but the rest of the song makes up for some of it. And true it does need to have a bit more fill in. And I wish it looped but the song is still good to just listin too.

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