Gono

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About Gono

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  • Location Argentina

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  • Collaboration Status 2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) FL Studio
  • Composition & Production Skills Arrangement & Orchestration
    Drum Programming
    Lyrics
    Mixing & Mastering
    Recording Facilities
    Synthesis & Sound Design
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List) Drums
    Organ
    Piano
    Vocals: Male
  1. Well, this was just a test, no new melodies, or anything surprising. Just the same track with trance sound, heavy kicks and claps, and some reverb/delay on some "spacey" arpeggios I added. Did it a while ago but as I've got some new ideas for the remix, I started working on it again. Musha Aleste is a fantastic shmup, probably my favorite of all time and its soundtrack is just PHENOMENAL. Toshiaki Sakoda did an amazing work in this game. Hope you like this demo and... waiting for your replies and thoughts! Thanks!
  2. Well guys, this has been so incredibly helpful. Thanks, thanks, thanks! All of you agreed that my version is way too conservative, and I concur about that. Just like "ambient" replied, the original song is so well crafted that any new version/mix/cover/you name it, won't be as good unless it gives it a completely new style. It's just that I love the original track so much, (a thing of respect I guess..) so I couldn't even think about changing the beat style, add new melodies (apart from that little melody around 1:48 ) or try to remake the original song's whole structure. Anyways, this one will stay like this, as a cover, I think it works ok as a simple cover of the song. But, I'll give it one more try remixing the track, from scratch, even though I'd probably feel like kicking a little puppy for nothing while remixing the song. I have some pretty cool ideas to surprise you all, this will be THE BOMB! XD I'll keep you posted. Thanks a lot one more time, your reviews will also be of help for the production of some other remixes I'm already working on.
  3. Thank you both for the comments! I too think the main pad kinda suck, but it was the only one I found that sort of sounded like the one I was thinking of for that melody. Anyways both of you are right, this need some EQ, I'm gonna work on that. And don't worry about those reverse crash at the end, that was just pure filler. The bass at the end is going to be the main bass for the second section of the song.
  4. Hello everyone, this is my first remix! I've composed a bunch of songs with FL Studio some time ago, but now I decided to give it a try remixing one of my favorites songs ever, the damn fine Streets Of Rage Intro Theme by master Yuzo Koshiro. What I've done here is kinda a double version of the SoRI and SoRII Intros, with some little additions, and of course with 100% new instruments. Anyways.. overall I tried not to change the structure of the original tracks that much, but still I think this remix has its own flavour. I worked a lot on the drums, snares, drumrolls, hats and everything related to percussion, beath and rhythm, which I think are the most notable aspects of the original songs (even though they are pretty simple 16-bits drumbeats) You can hear the final version of the remix here: - Sources: SoR I Intro: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hikFCwduCIQ SoR II Intro: Old demo I made some months ago: Thanks in advance, any type of comment will be incredibly helpful!
  5. Hello, I'm Gono, I found a lot of incredible remixes on this site and well as I've composed a bunch of songs by myself, I decided to give it a try remixing some videogame tracks which I'll be sharing for everyone to enjoy. That's it.. and here I am enjoying this great forum!