Poll: Which version do you prefer?
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Gi Nattak's 71.43% 5 71.43%
Royaken's 28.57% 2 28.57%
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Oh, i see...

Why not sending him an official invite to partecipate? Laugh

Maybe he could have been stopped from partecipate right because it was a MML competition...


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Hmm... They both sound Immensely similar, but I'm going to have to go with Nattak on this one. Sorry Royaken CoverHit


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You guys don't need to say sorry xD. You like what you like. I'm still honored you guys download my hacks for your games so I know you like them and I hear it all the time xD. An in response to lockirby2 and d- -b, I am not afraid the Nattak D:<! BRING IT OOOOOOOOON


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So, not only have I never been a fan of FF4 (something about the way people are dropping in and out of my party every 2 seconds without ever giving me a say in the matter sends me into a blind nerdrage), I also had the habit of playing with the sound muted in my young and foolish days. Consequently, the first time I ever heard this track was in Theatrhythm. And it was glorious. But still, not much nostalgia in this one for me.

That said, the only difference my untrained ear can pick out between these two is in the relative levels of the components; while Nattak has chosen to let the main melody dominate, Roy brought the drum line and the rolling arpeggios more to the front. This latter approach makes the track sound fuller and richer, something I've always valued in my music. Roy wins this one for me.
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