I think we can all agree that the music from all the Super Mario games are memorable especially Super Mario Bros. and Super Mario 3. Why wouldn’t it? All the music were catchy, upbeat, easy to follow, and makes us smile and feel nostalgic.

In this video, 8-bit Music Theory gave us his analysis of the music from the Super Mario games. He answered the why’s, the what’s, and the how’s, “why are the music catchy and memorable”, “how did they do it”, “what are the secrets behind these music”, and many more.

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Why does Mario music sound "Fun"?
Why does Mario music sound "Fun"?

In one of my most ramble-y videos ever I look at what makes Mario music sound so distinctly like Mario music.

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