Need opinions on 8-Bit or 320-Bit

The8BitMan

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I need your opinion on which of these to pieces sound better. They are both exactly the same song but one I made with MilkyTacker (The 8 Bit One) and the other I made with a keyboard. Please let me know what you think.
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MetalRenard

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*Cough* Guitar Pro 6? :)
I like the 8bit one here. I like it more because with the more modern your sound becomes the more demanding the technical aspects are such as the choice of the sounds you use, the mixing behind it and finally mastering the whole soundtrack.
If you stick to 8 bit you skip mixing and mastering so for someone with little or no technical knowledge of music you're better off that way.
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The8BitMan

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*Cough* Guitar Pro 6? :)
Yup, when I say keyboard, I mean entering ever note by midi at about 1 a minute. I play guitar but have no actual experience of using pianos so... yeah  :)
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brantsmith

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yah, I'm likin the 8-bit one as well. But then again, it would really depend, in my opinion, on the art scheme, and the feel of the game.
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The8BitMan

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I guess I'll just keep the notation so I can make it in guitar pro if I need to.
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MetalRenard

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Yes I started composing using Guitar Pro 4 all those years ago (10 years now). I own GP4, 5 and 6. Why don't you compose pieces using the tablature view, since you can play guitar? Otherwise you might be better off using a different kind of interface like the one called "piano roll" in software such as mulab (free) or Reaper (not free).
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