Torzelan

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About Torzelan

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  • Birthday 04/27/1985

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    N. Sweden

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    http://www.torzelan.com
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    torzelan

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  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    FL Studio
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List)
    Electric Guitar: Rhythm

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    Joachim Sandberg
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  1. Owww... Super stoked about this one (looks awesome guys!) and would have been a done deal up to $100, but at $149 (plus cursed VAT)... Angst, my friends. Angst. Don't know if hopes of an introductory price (mailing list?) are realistic..? Regardless, congrats on releasing another awesome library!
  2. Sorry if this is known already; just noticed that of these links only "Rules" is working.
  3. Just a fun one-day track so it's a bit repetitive and stuff. Kind of thought it ended up sounding a bit like a Touhou arrangement (mainly the "bridge"?) which was fun. Experimenting with some new (to me) things, mainly saturation that I've never used before. Don't really know what I'm doing with it but it does sound nice here and there so guess I'll keep messing with it!
  4. There are gosh darn all sorts of thingers in here 'cause I do what I want when I want.
  5. The arp in the original is different during the intro from the rest of the song (mainly because it begins with another crazy time sig - haven't checked but someone said 15/16..? - before changing to good ol' 4/4 when the drums enter). Eighth note goes up instead of down (and the following notes get offset too). Sounds like the arp in this remix takes from the intro variant throughout the entire song which makes it sound "ahead" if you're used to hearing the high note as the ninth one right on the bass drum hit (where in the remix the high note is the eight one and so arrives one note earlier than the kick). Guessing that's what people are hearing and reacting to, nothing "wrong" since it's a remix though Fantastic remix at that, possibly my favorite by Willrock? Sounds great, beautiful lead guitar playing!
  6. Yeah don't doubt that, just bummed that "because it's new and/but was also recently on sale" they seemingly arbitrarily decided that they didn't want a whole bunch more people to buy it now (clearly a lot of people were gearing up for Black Friday). From the outside it just seems like a questionable move. Also annoyed that they kept answering specific requests for ONE with "it is on sale... in bundles!" like people would go "ooh right you are, let me drop over a grand on that real quick" but that's just me... I'll get it whenever I can afford it, would have it already if it would've been on sale though. The real snag for me is the +20% VAT that takes it from "a lot of money but worth it" to "a LOT of money, still worth it but easier said than paid..."
  7. Some thoughts: Vocals: To some extent silly on purpose but the performance and quality could be better, the recording situation (just my apartment) is a bottleneck though. I do feel this is my best attempt so far at mixing clean vocals at least so yay, progress. (Lyrics are very "in-joke" so feel free to ignore.) Guitars & Bass: Pretty happy with them (DI, amp sims), a lot going on at once sometimes but still sounds alright (IMO). Maybe the rhythm guitars could be a bit crunchier to cut through when it gets busy. Eternal struggle. Brass (Impact Soundworks) and strings (Kontakt's factory stuff + a tiny bit IS Furia): They do what I wanted them to do but could be clearer, still learning to mix stuff like that. Kick drum: I'm always pretty happy with it until I think someone from the VGM community is going to listen 'cause I know y'all like it way louder.
  8. And Spitfire isn't actually discounting Albion ONE either. pretty darn bummed out right now
  9. Very nice, and a bit different from most of the others - speaking of which, that is an insane amount of submission they'll have to go through ...Might have to increase their workload by one more just for fun Short stuff like this is always fun.
  10. Big thanks for that Moseph, and thanks for the heads up Dissidia. Seems like a nice complementary library for $45, definitely grabbing it and hope they'll release an update fixing the bugs soon. Their French Horn library sounds nice too, may as well, may as well...
  11. Sweet, a mere nine hours to nearest (added) countryman. Lycksele, Sweden
  12. My memory is not nearly good enough to remember exactly when I found out about OCR, but it was probably very early if only because I had a bunch of internet-savvy friends/friends of friends who were all into games and music and shared all the good stuff all the time. Relating to what Brandon was saying about burnt CDs, I recently stumbled across one of mine from 2002 (Grosse Lederhosen, baby) at least. By that time even my family had an "unlimited" 0.5 Mbit connection for over two years though. No idea why I apparently didn't sign up until 2006 but I remember being surprised about not having an account already when I did. Either I just never got around to it or it was deleted for inactivity or something.
  13. Love this Fun while still badass(!) and in spirit with the source; all around sweet arrangement. Perhaps the best Brandon-vox so far (that I've heard)! 1:46 <3
  14. I use them all day err'day, seriously one of my best purchases ever. So comfy, so good. Thanks again.