I got a big whiff of nostalgia today.
Okay, so if you're unaware, all consoles in LBP have a jingle at this point, (except for things like developers kits) and if they don't, they need one.
Anyways, recently I was reading up on the Dolphin emulator and how they're actively trying to fix compatibility with a certain piece of microcode called the "Zelda µcode".
Their biggest hurdle left is the Main Menu for the GameCube, and the moment I saw that in the list with the rest on the blog post, it just brought me back. I had a GameCube as a kid, and I've never really took interest in what made the GameCube so great even back in 2001. So, I grabbed the latest version of the emulator, stole a BIOS, and loaded a random game up in the emulator, and disabled skipping that BIOS.
I died of nostalgia.
The sounds during the menu brought me back to the days back in 2005 or so when my sister and I would turn on the console before putting a game in. And that menu popped up every time. Those sounds were captivating.
I learned that when the menu was sped up 16 times, it was playing the theme of the Famicom Disk System. So I thought about making a new console (Not Skyton's) theme, but make the background music of the menu based on the Medius' theme. But since all I do is make beats, and not auras of ambiance, this'll be difficult to pull off taking that into consideration.
Not because we need to bring back the Medius all of the sudden, but because I liked the Medius' theme, and I wanted to do something to honor my innovation of breaking through my not-spectacular logic skills. That's all.