Hello fellow remixers,
Here is my take on well-known Kefka's Theme from FF6. At first I thought it would sound a bit spooky for halloween, then I started experimenting and thus went for a more spacey ambient sound. I liked where it went so here I am.
I would love some feedback and reviewing on this track. Hope you guys enjoy it !
I've got nothing against Rock or Metal, heck I love me some Prog or Psychedelic Rock and some Metal stuff. It is just that really most of the time it is the people behind the guitars rather than the guitars themselves that I have an issue with. Not trying to imply anything just a "general observation".
Also, no problem giving some techniques for dealing with things in a mix. I've done a few Hard Rock and a couple of Metal Mixes and there is definitely some different things than you might think. Something else to consider when mixing is that tricks that you may have used in one mix may come in handy for a mix that is completely and utterly unrelated in both genre and style than where you learned it. You'd think that I'd never turn to distortion in a non-rock/metal mix, but surprisingly it comes in handy in all sorts of places. In particular I like using it on bass too make it easier the ear to find it in the mix if it is quite dull.
Thanks for the reply. I really like the intro cause it feels like i'm playing the game. The game starts with thunder and some dude saying rise from your grave then the music. Maybe I can add some layers to the piano and saturate it a bit.
I couldn't find the genesis version voices so I went with the arcade. Thanks for the feedback. I'll post when I made some significant changes.
Need to get a band together for my FF7 Crisis Core mix: https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/770547
Sound mixer(for final mix)
Email me at email@example.com if interested or if you can put me in touch with someone who has the skills + recording equipment and i'll get the sheet music, minus tracks etc.
We are imminent. All relevant artists are now confirmed, and we have something resembling an ETA. Other albums have popped up in our queue that need attention (here's one hint: "spoopy"), so there'll be a bit more time 'til release. I will call it "November... high probability". We're taking two weeks to finalize, and if all goes well, we're seeing 10 tracks and major props to Naofumi Hataya!