I have no idea what time signature it's in.
I believe that it's in 1/4, but I could be wrong
I made three versions
No 1. is in the key of D and it's in "8-bit" Format
No. 2 is made with the "Soundfont" in the original key of C
(Yes. The drums are the Roland sf2 power drum set)
No. 3 is an "African" style with marimbas and bells and what not; also in the key of C
These were all made using Fruity Loops; with Morphine and the LttP soundfont.
Reviews are welcome.
Hey guys, I know this remix doesn't really deviate far enough from the original material to be a substantial remix, but it's my first stab at remixing so I just wanted some feedback on which components I should be mindful of in the future. Thanks a lot.
First-time post here, but I've been ghosting about for years ever since sequencing midis & entering composition contests over at VGMusic (as 'Spudge' if you've got a long memory!)
I've just finished (I hope!) an orchestral arrangement of Phoenix Wright's Objection! theme from Spirit of Justice. I've tried to loosely ape Joe Hisaishi's style from his Studio Ghibli scores, closest to the theme from Howl's Moving Castle, but sadly nowhere near as jazzy!
I'd love your thoughts on the arrangement and instrumentation; I was hugely limited by the native sounds in Logic Pro X, so strings play a much smaller role than I would have liked - but does let the piano take center stage.
(...I know it's probably a mistake to have mentioned Studio Ghibli, as Hisaishi is an untouchable compositional powerhouse! But I can't deny I had his themes & approach in mind as I was arranging the thing).
EDIT: Sorry - here's the source VG track!