Strings805

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  1. Thought everyone would get a kick out of this; rock/metal cover of “Devil’s Lab” from FFVI. Let me know what y’all think! I’m particularly pumped on the solo in this one, haha.
  2. Heard my roommate playing one of the asteroid levels the other day and I heard a lot of potential for this one track. Let me know what you think of it, I'm particularly proud of the solo
  3. Hey everyone, I finally managed to finishing another VGM cover of one of my favorite songs. Would love to hear anyone's thoughts on it; it's Metroid Prime's beautiful "Menu Select Theme." Great track, let me know if you think I did it justice! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZrD9Puw1uQ
  4. Hey all, I really appreciated the feedback you gave me on the last video I shared here, so I wanted to say thanks for all of your critique. I uploaded another VGM cover—this one of "Rise and Prevail" from the Fallout 4 ost—and was wondering what the community thought of it? Looking forward to your thoughts on it.
  5. Hey, thanks for your feedback, Skrypnyk. Yeah, this is one of my earlier videos, so I hadn't fully gotten my mixing down yet. Tones and EQ's are much more even on later videos of mine if you ever care to check them out. The abrupt stop/transition into the next part mirrors how it happens in the game; both parts aren't typically presented together when someone does a cover. I understand you're not that into metal, but that's a staple in a lot of metal songs—abrupt stop and starts and the like. Thanks for taking the time to check it out, though!
  6. Hey everyone, this is one of my favorite VGM covers of mine. Parts 1+2; would love to hear what you all think
  7. Hey all, just signed up for the site. I've been on the hunt for VGM forums to share my work on, as well as meet other artists within the community. I uploaded my latest cover today, and would love it if you'd give it a listen. It's a metal version of Pokemon's Lavender Town, played on a 7 string guitar and 6 string bass to get that lower, heavier element to it. Hope you all like it