Main Theme

Game Name: Google's 50th Anniversary of Kids Coding (1967-2017)

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File URL is http://www.vgmusic.com/new-files/50_Years_of_Kids_Coding.mid
Upload Date and Time: 12/05/2017 15:12:39

Uploaded by:  (Pizzaking27)


Game System: Windows
Game Name: Google's 50th Anniversary of Kids Coding (1967-2017)
Song Title: Main Theme
Sequenced by: Pizzaking27
Other Information: Merry Christmas VGMusic!
Here's an early present for you!

This game came out just yesterday.
It was made to celebrate...your ears aren't kidding you, folks...50 years of kids programming languages in 1967!
That's older than Pong and the same year as the Jungle Book!

In this cute game you control a bunny (who i'll call Philbert) who has to collect carrots for a birthday party by placing directions on a string.
There are three controls: forward, turn, loop.
It's only 7 levels before the game ends, but it's still adorable and fun to play while it lasts!

And the music that plays during the game is just as cute, so what better way to make a MIDI of it?

I had a really hard time with the instrumentation, but once I knew what I wanted, it was fairly smooth sailing.
Overall, this MIDI didn't come out too bad.
Now let's get outta here before Lu9 beats me!

This MIDI sounds OK in a non-GS device.
The only problem is the SynthStrings don't have a very good attack.

-MIDI Header Information-
MIDI Type: 1
Number of Tracks: 14
Delta Time Setting: 120


-Midi TrackName Analysis-
Google's 50 Years of Kids Coding Doodle (1967-2017)
Merry Christmas VGMusic!
Here's an early present for you!
This game came out just yesterday.
It was made to celebrate...your ears aren't kidding you, folks...50 years of kids programming languages in 1967!
That's older than Pong and the same year as the Jungle Book!
In this cute game you control a bunny (who i'll call Philbert) who has to collect carrots for a birthday party, I think...
You do so by placing directions on a string. There are three controls: forward, turn, loop.
It's only 7 levels before the game ends, but it's still adorable and fun to play while it lasts!
And the music that plays during the game is just as cute, so what better way to make a MIDI of it?
I had a really hard time with the instrumentation, but once I knew what I wanted, it was fairly smooth sailing.
Overall, this MIDI didn't come out too bad.
Now let's get outta here before Lu9 beats me!
This MIDI sounds OK in a non-GS device. The only problem is the SynthStrings don't have a very good attack.

-Instrument Name Analysis-
Google's 50 Years of Kids Coding Doodle (1967-2017)
Carousel
Tuba Toothpaste
Octave Strings
Glockenspielen
Harp
Shun
Italian Accordian
Synthtar
Kaboodle
Carousel Flute
Superchord
Real Choir
NES