Really? Its gonna have to be me? I mean Ive been fairly quite as of late but I cant let this comment section sit so barren. This is 190 proof distilled 80's served with a twist of Castlevania...I mean the samples? the Game Samples?! Used as perfectly as they can be used?! And those tom fills are brutally 80's ( feeling a strong Far Cry Blood Dragon vibe here).... in fact this track is more 80's than several years actually from the 80's ( looking at you 1980 and 1981) but for real I really don't know what else to say, a game from the 80's remixed in perfect 80's emulated style...not sure if I can say emulated cause it feels fairly authentic, but as Im fairly sure its 2017 Im just gonna have to enjoy it for what it is 2 things I love Castlevania and High energy Sythnwave
How reasonable is it to get a build like:
-killer processing (blazing GHz + multicore, for audio)
-performs well in real-time audio processing (I've seen weird stories of systems with seemingly good specs that perform terribly with real-time audio because of awful latency in internal components)
-lot of RAM (like 64, or 128)
-lot of USB ports (peripherals like music gear, drawing tablet, etc)
-super silent, and cool
-a lot of M.2 and/or PCIe SSD storage (for excessively optimizing sample lib + project load speeds)
-small form factor, like ITX
-support 4 monitors, but graphics dont have to be like, pc gaming quality. I just need screen real estate, not so much any 3d rendering power
What kind of things are less realistic or would cost the most, here? Asking for next year, when I move circa August 2018.
Ooo, you're ticklin' my ears with this - a TWEWY arrangement? They don't come often enough on here.
No vocals, but you do take this in a very interesting direction - like a happy electronic dance fused with some sax to cover the theme. The overall high energy compared to the source's subdue'd approach is pretty clever.
You've got some cool realistic instruments in here, and though the electronic elements are vanilla they do their job. The drums and percussion don't quite blend with the style, though - they just sound too light and the snare has too much 'snare' to it - it would sound cleaner with a tighter head. The overall arrangement it pretty awesome, but it does drag a little bit toward the end (it even sounds like it's verbatum repeating material at the end, there).
It's pretty cool, though - great to see people like yourself giving TWEWY music the love it deserves. You've got an interesting stylistic blend in this that I can appreciate, so nice work!