Shortly, I don't like it. This is my honest opinion, however blunt it might be. And because it is a faux pas to say something like that to someone who has invested creative effort in it, and I have absolutely no idea how to sugarcoat it, nor how to offer constructive suggestions, I have not posted anything. Well, there we go.
To tell you the truth, I admire you're kindness. I had some kind of lingering feeling-- no, a foresight -- about your discontent. If you didn't like it say so
, so I don't pile garbage on garbage (and the timed music for each scene didn't help either).
Why did I volunteer to do this then?
1) I do stuff like this for experience. The joke in today's society is that people only hire people to do work
, but you get experience
. So how do
people get experience?
2) I had some pity for you. Your chance of getting a professional 8-bit composer from the Famitracker forums is basically zero.
For the most part while composing I thought to my self, "What the hell should I do and how should I go about doing your requests?" I am sorry to say this, but it sounds like you don't know what you want. I'm not inside your mind. You should work with what you get; I don't see anyone else volunteering and asking a composer to make a song for you won't go well.