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Published 5 years ago with 2 Comments

Laughing at the Sky - Prance of the Martian Morris Dancers [Instrumental Synth Tune]

Here is a synth tune I made. The idea was to create a synth version of the kind of lead harmonies that you sometimes get in heavy metal music; in particular, the harmony lead lines in the song Alexander the Great by Iron Maiden, and For Whom the Bell Tolls by Metallica. It's not meant to sound like heavy metal though, just inspired by those kinds of lead harmonies.


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  • grandsalami

    I enjoyed it. Sounds very retro, like out of an 8-bit video game from a while ago. Mega Man comes to mind.

    • LaughAtSky

      Thanks! I'd never heard of Mega Man before, but I just listened to it and I can hear what you mean.

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