Tuned Logic

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About Tuned Logic

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  • Location PA, USA

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  • Collaboration Status 2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) Logic

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  • Real Name Michael Feinstein
  1. Metroid Prime 2: Mire of the Hunter (Torvus)

    Interesting you say that.. and yeah I went missing for a while :bang head: I'll try and make things a bit softer.
  2. Metroid Prime 2: Mire of the Hunter (Torvus)

    Whoopsy, thank you, sir. http://tinyurl.com/ngz7dm7
  3. Metroid Prime 2: Mire of the Hunter (Torvus)

    Anyone there?
  4. Beautiful arrangement, guys. Managed to keep it familiar but very fresh. Well done!
  5. Tuned Logic is back, ya'll! I had this left over from a few years ago; it was created for the Metroid Prime OCR album that never really got off the ground, so I thought I'd share/gauge interest for submission. This is a ReMix of Torvus Bog (Swampland, above ground) from Metroid Prime 2. Enjoy! http://tinyurl.com/ngz7dm7 EDIT: Sorry, guys, link is fixed.
  6. Plagiarized Kirby 64 arrangement ID?

    I just shut him down for ya, mate.
  7. Sophomore Album: Name Your Price!

    Thanks, guys.
  8. Give your thoughts -- help me study

    Chrono Trigger - Silent Light 1. This played during 600 A.D on the main map, I believe. The world is infested with those weird alien things rather than humans. (It's been a while LOL) One of the less memorable tracks in the game, most likely because it was written by Uemastu rather than Mitsuda (yeah, I think Uematsu is WAY overrated). 2. SNES chip tune with choir voices, synth bass, and high-octave piano scales in the background. Somewhat foreboding, this melody would be appropriate for a new, mysterious world that the player must now explore, and something doesn't seem quite right about it. 3. Think back to how game music used to sound, like in the Super Mario days. Lots of bleeps and bloops. Now add a bit of sophistication to it, but not so much that the music sounds real. Still synthesized, and yet is able to be a very effective mood-setter. Has an eerie sound to it, as if something has gone awry in the game, but there are no specific indicators yet. The song creates delicate suspense that never peaks and never dies.
  9. Sophomore Album: Name Your Price!

    Thanks, guys! Glad you're enjoying it.
  10. Song ID, if you please. Electrohouse I think? SONG FOUND

    Super Game by Rabbit Killer, Farleon -- Super Game - Single (Released 9/2011)
  11. Sophomore Album: Name Your Price!

    Glad you all like it! Papyrus is awesome. End of story! And no, I don't do sound design from scratch, but I do tweak most of the ones I use. Appreciate the complements on my mixing hahaha. I do have SampleTank, and I probably used it a bit for some of the sounds, but it was very sparingly if I did. Definitely not one of my main guns.
  12. Sophomore Album: Name Your Price!

    Enjoy, folks; let me know what you think of it! Plenty of chill stuff on here. http://tunedlogic.com/album/seven-places-lp
  13. OCR02404 - Mega Man X5 'Put Ya Guns On'

    One of the best tracks on the album. Well done.
  14. Considering it's an ambient track with a beat, I'd say it's a tad long for most people, but I certainly enjoyed it. Great source. Nice work.
  15. OCR02389 - Chrono Trigger 'Lucid States'

    Badass. Well done. I have to get a house mix up here.