I made the longest note block song ever made. [78,000 Notes, 38 minutes long]

Discussion in 'Share Your Let's Plays and Other Videos!' started by ShinkoNet, Feb 10, 2016.

  1. I made this out of boredom, took a few months.

    I wonder what it would look like if this was built in EMC? How many rupees for all the notes? :p

    Feedback? is it tooooo long? :p
    Ryan_A_, ShelLuser, whatkom and 5 others like this.
  2. Sounds great, you should build a mini version on EMC
  3. Loool very nice
  4. Wow, that's a lot of effort. Good job! :)
    TrapThem likes this.
  5. Dude... You win.... Absolutely win.. Build this?
    ArkWarrior1 likes this.
  6. Wow. Just wow.
  7. That is astounding. Some very talented people on this server.
    TuckerAmbr likes this.
  8. This is amazing!
  9. Something I have been wondering: did you make it from scratch or mostly by importing midi's?
    ShelLuser likes this.
  10. Loved it from the start. I would suggest building something similar on emc :D
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  11. You don't understand the amount of space, redstone repeaters, and note blocks needed for a 1:50 song let alone a half hour noteblock song. What Shinko did should be left in the file of .nbs

    Overall great creativity!
    ShinkoNet likes this.
  12. no, i do understand this. That is why people are suggesting making a smaller version.
  13. Do this Touhou song next...
  14. could probably fit this on a utopia res or 2 xD.
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  15. oh my gosh this is absolutely amazing! Great work man!
  16. Dang, that's insane. I don't think you you could build this on emc, unless you did it in the wild with a minecart track so the sound won't go to far away.
  17. You can only import 1 midi for 1 song.

    I used MIDI for the percussion, that was a bunch of patterns linked together (and to help keep time when referencing note pitch and timing). Even if it wasn't entirely from scratch, it took a hella long time.
    607 likes this.
  18. This makes me think of another minecraft server that has a full soundtrack composed for their server, which happens to be an custom-built RPG adventure map in vanilla. The music plays as you walk around on said server. :)
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  19. That's really cool!
    In my opinion, music is one of the most important aspects of a game, in some cases even above gameplay, and especially in RPG's it's really important.
    It's unfortunate most Minecraft custom maps lack proper sound design.