Liontamer

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About Liontamer

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    Community Manager, Judge, Sonic Augmentation Director

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    Atlanta, GA

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    Larry "Liontamer" Oji has been a judge at OverClocked ReMix since July 2004, having evaluated more than 4,500 submissions. Reporting to site founder David "djpretzel" Lloyd, Larry is responsible for primary submissions evaluations, informational database maintenance and other otherwise sundry & unsexy tasks at OCR, becoming head submissions evaluator in June 2006.
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    Larry Oji
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    Community Manager & Judge, OC ReMix
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  1. Just posting that I'm so glad the McRib is back! I've had 3 since it came back this year, and I'mma have morrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrre! McRIB!
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  9. Negatives first: some of the bowed string articulations, particularly from :53-1:05, and then 1:36-1:43 & 3:16-3:23 when they were higher and louder, just sounded too stiff, fake, and exposed. Little things too like the awkward note change at :47 that exposed the sample. I think if you keep at it with your orchestration, you'll probably look back in a few years and blanche as far as letting finer details go like that. When they were more of an accent in the background with lower notes during the heaviest sections (e.g. 1:43-1:55), they sounded decent but were too crowded out by the electric guitar, IMO, and still sounded robotic. I can see why the mixing wasn't quite a dealbreaker for other judges in light of the arrangement, but I would have preferred another pass at it, as the densest sections seem overcompressed and the drum and string writing sounded very muted and squashed there. Positives: Really enjoyed the introduction up to :43, as well as the first section of guitar work in the lead from 1:05-1:30. All of the sections using the synths and piano sounded pretty solid (though the piano was noticeably stiff). From 2:08-3:10, the extended dropoff and rebuild worked very nicely, and here the textures sounded cleaner and with more room for the parts to breathe; no issues with clarity amongst the various parts there. IMO, this needed some more production tweaks to get the string work sounding better and clear up the densest sections so that they were less lossy and compressed-sounding, but this was a solid arrangement. NO (resubmit)
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