Dj Mokram

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About Dj Mokram

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    Be Aggressive! Co-Director

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    VR Training


  • Biography
    Defender of under-appreciated videogame music.
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  • Collaboration Status
    3. Very Interested
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
  • Composition & Production Skills
    Arrangement & Orchestration
    Drum Programming
    Synthesis & Sound Design
  1. Double Dragon 3 music is bloody good and needs a little LOT moar luv. As does the Double Dragon serie in general, so good call Will & Larry.
  2. Then let's make it better! I've sent you an email. We can pick this up early January if that's cool. Your call.
  3. Hoping to get back into PRC in 2016. Maybe this round. Oh, and Bundeslang always deserves a Bonus Point.
  4. Oh, but there is a website. Though as mentioned earlier, I was having a hard time IRL and couldn't keep working on it. Rozo was happy with it at the time, so I don't understand the silent treatment. Here's proof Gildervine didn't eat the site:
  5. Life got in the way, sorry about that Rozo. If anyone wanna pick up where I left off, I can send them what I've made so far. But you're proly off redesigning this thing from the ground up. Lemme know.
  6. It's been a while and I'm rusty as heck, but I really wanna contribute to OCC again. Will be in touch The Coop.
  7. While I fancy a few western artists (Alan Silvestri, Sean Callery, Marc Mancina), my inspiration comes pretty exclusively from Japanese composers. Too many to name but standouts be Yoko Kanno, Yuzo Koshiro, Yuki Kajiura, Hitoshi Sakimoto, Taku Iwasaki, Kenichiro Fukui and Noriko Matsueda. When it comes to OCR, I favor the old school/guard: Vampire Hunter Dan, ABG, Harmony, Marc Star, Rellik, Protricity, analoq, Tweek and Nutritious.
  8. Despite my best efforts things didn't pan out, so Ima let go yet another game I adore. Should try remixing games I hate next time. :/ Anyway, no point in sitting on this so close to the finish line, when so many talented OCR folks could do FFT some real justice. Would love to contribute to this project, and if I'm able I'll send a mix your way before the deadline. But for now, my claim is void.
  9. Happy b-day Alex! Have good one. :)

    1. HoboKa


      Thanks Dj Mokram I'm starting to feel old now...also, I can't seem to find your RL name on this new OCR thing lol.

  10. Nicely done guys. Will try to tune-in for this momentous occasion.
  11. This is great news. Though if I may ask, will this come with any kind of restrictions on the user-side (size, resolution, sharpness)? Props to Larry for all the hard work on quality control that helped maintain OCR's avatar consistency across the aeons.
  12. Just to clarify, I'm only planning for one remix here. I say this in the interest of transparency, because last time I took on a request, well, it turned into an entire album. ;P
  13. Preview looks pretty snazzy. Looking forward to this long awaited leap of faith.
  14. The real issue here, is that this makes you look insecure about yourself and your craft, which saddens the fuck out of me for a simple reason: a musician as good as you should never, ever need this kind of validation. Experimenting with styles you aren't familiar with means having the balls to take risks and stepping out of your routine/comfort. Whether you like it or not, you cannot make every listener happy or be loved by everyone. You might have involuntarily (and temporarily) dug yourself into a corner/niche due to peer/fan pressure. But the truth is: you never were the kind of guy who had to work his ass off to make barely listenable music. What you have is a gift, a real talent for what you do. And I sincerely believe you always will have that. My only hopes, is that you won't lose it to statistics, likes and viewcounts. Make music that makes YOU happy.
  15. A few robot-themed game series with great music: Front Mission, Assault Suit Valken, Zone of the Enders, Armored Core.