eluukkanen

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    Piano

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  1. SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/remake-heaven/spyro_artisans Download for Free https://eluukkanen.bandcamp.com/track/spyro-the-dragon-ost-remake-artisan-home-music Spyro soundtrack includes many classic songs. Spyro Artisan Homeworld is among the first themes you hear, aside from the main theme of course. It is very bright and Stewart Copeland's guitar comes just in time to make happy and catchy tunes. Artisan Homeworld remix was fun to create, I hope you find it having th esame atmosphere as the original one.
  2. Great Crash Bandicoot music over a decade ago, remastered to its new glory... Quality Remix!
  3. Wild remastered version of Hogwild classic from Crash Bandicoot imagining in N. Sane Trilogy. DOWNLOAD THIS SONG FOR FREE: https://eluukkanen.bandcamp.com/track/crash-bandicoot-ost-remake-hog-wild This song is purely fun. I love it. As Josh Mancell has himself stated, this song really got team of Naughty Dog into the music what he made for the soundtrack. It is very nicely constructed for the scene where Crash rides a hog. Brings out the smile everytime I hear it. Instrumentation in this song is really fun and fits the wibe. It was a challenge to find fitting sounds, but I hope you like the results!
  4. Remastered Spyro The Dragon Music from PS1 era! Twilight Harbor- a song in true Copeland Style! Twilight Harbor is a level which I remember to this day because of the environment and the music which played with it. Twilight Harbor is full of these rambo-dressed Gnorc enemies and is very technical looking area. Considering this, the music is still rather happy and joyful, but I don't mind at all. Stewart Copeland music style can be heard in it, the use of drums and organs is fantastic! DOWNLOAD FOR FREE: https://eluukkanen.bandcamp.com/track/spyro-the-dragon-ost-remake-twilight-harbor
  5. Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age Remake OST - Royal City of Rabanastre High-Quality remix of Royal City of Rabanastre for upcoming Final Fantasy XII Zodiac Age. DOWNLOAD: https://eluukkanen.bandcamp.com/track/final-fantasy-xii-remake-royal-city-of-rabanastre I Decided to remake this series today, as remastered version of Final Fantasy XII is coming, called Zodiac Age. Here is a fan made remix for it. Rabanastre is so lively city, I simply love walking down these alleys and listen this music in the background. Final Fantasy XII soundtrack is one of my favourite from Square Enix! Hitoshi Sakimoto, Hayato Matsuo and Masaharu Iwata all delivered in creating all these beautiful background themes for the game! So many movements in harmonies and melodies, they both combine into powerful music. This time it is song for the Royal City of Rabanastre.
  6. Digimon World OST Remake - Ice Sanctuary New Remix Digimon world for Remake music Series, in the end very classical sounding song from the Digimon OST. This is one of my personal favourites, as it is very similar type of composition to classical piano menuets. I remixed this song by listening it couple of times and then writing what I heard as a song.
  7. Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings is a real-time strategy video game developed by Ensemble Studios and published by Microsoft back in the 1999! So long time ago, and people play this even today in a form of Age of Empires II HD This was the first theme I heard while playing Age of Empires, and I remembered that theme in my head for a long time. All Age of Empires II themes are really catchy, but I found myself humming it over and over again after the first playthrough. The Age of Kings is set in the Middle Ages and contains thirteen playable civilizations. Players aim to gather resources, which they use to build towns, create armies, and defeat their enemies; very simple. Stephen Rippy composed some really memorable themes. Even though it is an old game, music still holds, but not as well as it used to. Music has developed forward in 19 years, so I decided to upgrade already really good Bass Bag theme and remaster it with best quality instruments. Sort of a fan made composition. I hope you enjoy. Composer: Stephen Rippy Artwork: Official Age of Empires II artwork Background video: GameRiot
  8. New Remake! A whole new remake from Spyro the Dragon, developed by Insomniac Games. First of its kind. In Spyro the Dragon, a dragon protagonist called Spyro travels across various worlds in order to rescue his fellow dragons and to defeate Gnasty Gnork. I played Spyro the Dragon when I was little and I was amazed and instantly taken into its colorful locations and imaginative world. I spent hours finding all the gems and seacrets, I even revisited many old places and one of the thing affected to that was the music made by Stewart Copeland. Every song is truly catchy. One theme which I remember to this day is Treetops Theme, not only because of it's music, but also for listening it over and over again due the level was so hard. I was very young and unexperienced player back then. This realm uses the Supercharge ramps to zoom in and out of the houses, and is largely considered one of the hardest realms in the entire Spyro series, and it's not far from the truth! The difficulty almost made me to hate this wonderful piece! Original composition made by Stewart Copeland
  9. Space Craft is now released at Spotify and iTunes! ► Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/album/0b7m6HmzCMjjeQ1XLD5cWB ► iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/elias-luukkanen/id1001503596 Far Away shows the longing tune vastness of space can create, but at the same time you don't feel alone. As you watch the stars, you lost the sence of time and continue wondering the miracles of the universe, Space Craft is an album set in retro space age. Travel in the solar system finding new wondrous themes and tunes.
  10. New Remix from Jak and Daxter! Jak and Daxter The Precursor Legacy is very nostalgic game for me, as it was one of the first open world game I ever tried. When I was young, the world felt so huge! There were no transitions between areas, and day and night cycle made the world to feel alive. The original soundtrack was one of the things which made the game more enjoyable. Every area had their own theme, like Sentinel Beach, and it hall all sorts of different versions of it depending on the place where it was played. Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy is a 2001 platform video game developed by Naughty Dog. 2001 it was the first game of the Jak and Daxter series. Development began in January 1999. Original composition made by: Josh Mancell
  11. Well yeah, its was a simplification, but it works. Of course you have to have the contacts or make them before these ones have any relevance.. If you're presenting yourself as a composer to them, those last two things which developers are looking from composers: Experience, Quality, really matter.
  12. What developers are looking from composers: 1. Experience 2. Quality Those variables determine how much you developers are willing to pay. Its as simple as that. Always after one succesful project, value yourself higher by raising the price. It is really effective way to raise your salary,
  13. New Remake video from Monday VOTE NEXT REMAKE THEME: http://www.eluukkanen.com/youtube-poll.html When thinking about the environments in Digimon World game, Tropical Jungle Day theme always comes to my mind due the simple fact that the first areas before jungle lack any type of background music whatsoever.
  14. New Track in Youtube Near an industrial area you can might notice an old obscure building which used to be a factory. Whatever was made inside these walls is not made anylonger. These creepy halls might be meating places of downtown gangs, or even something worse. Download from here: https://eluukkanen.bandcamp.com/album/grandmasters-orchestra-bgm
  15. Interesting remix game music talk. Keep it up, I will be following where this will end up. What is the notation program you're using?