neminem

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  1. Lulz. Sorry for the bump, but I just dropped by WIP-Other to post a link to a new mashup I just made, the first one I'd actually finished (as opposed to getting halfway in not feeling like finishing/mastering it) in forever, then I decided to see if anyone had been talking about me in my absence. Was totally not expecting this thread, nor several links to my old stuff having been posted . Personally, though, I don't really think that Bust-a-move mashup I made was all that well-executed, though I am proud, albeit also surprised, to have been apparently the first mashup-person to have thought of it. Not to toot my horn or anything, though, but I am much happier with the mix I put this one through. (On Peut Tous Iced Out.) Mostly, though, I'm happy I came upon this thread because I saw the "OCRemix" mashups on my rss April 2nd, they were already broken links, so I stupidly assumed they always had been, and the joke didn't involve real mashups having been made. I'm glad they were, and that a mirror was hosted - can always have more vgmashups.
  2. Hey peoples, remember me? Bet you don't, I never come this way anymore. I never actually finish mashups ever anymore, either. But I just finished one, and while it isn't technically vgmusic, it still borrows half its source from a chiptune artist I learned of through this scene, one Big Giant Circles. So I figured if even a couple people besides me were amused by its similarity to a reasonably-well known rock song, that's reason enough to post it. I give you: Move Katana Blasters Along Big Giant Circles - Katana Blaster v. All American Rejects - Move Along I obvious take no credit for any part of the original sources, merely for cutting them up and stitching them together.
  3. Well... remember me? I bet you don't, I haven't been here in forever, I'm too busy being obsessed with KoL these days. I may not be as involved in the community, though, but that doesn't mean I've stopped enjoying vgmusic, and Uematsu is still pretty high up there on the list of awesome vgmusic composers. So, anyway, consider me posted, I guess. Edit: hah. I still have over 5 posts a day, and it's been like 4 years since I've been particularly active here. That's just hilarious.
  4. Who'd have thought! Anyway, Manau is by far my favorite celtic-inspired French hiphop group (I know, they don't have much competition, but seriously, they're pretty great). But every time I listened to the title track of their cd, On Peut Tous Rêver, I knew I'd heard the song somewhere else, I just couldn't place it. Well, I think I have to turn in my nerd-music card - finally, after seriously years, it just hit me: it's the Ice Cap theme! Not just any Ice Cap, either - it's pretty much exactly DCT's Ice Cap. And I have proof (I chopped up and reordered DCT's remix a bit, and fiddled with the equalizer a bit, but still): Manau - On Peut Tous Rêver (not modified in any way!) + DCT - Iced Out Nine Twenty Two (also known as a wip instrumental version of Memories Frozen in Time, but it was specifically that one I used, even though an instrumental was available of the accepted version ) = neminem - On Peut Tous Iced Out edit: bass now fixed properly, I think Oh, and fun fact: except for the bridge, and igoring the fact that lyrically they're nothing alike, this Manau song (and by extension, also the Ice Cap theme) is pretty much equivalent to the tune of Nirvana's Rape Me. I couldn't find anything taking advantage of this - hopefully someone less mashupful and more Remixly will take advantage of this find, assuming it hasn't already been done?
  5. Anyone still remember me? I'm guessing not so much, outside of maybe old UnMod regulars, who probably don't come here anyway. Be that as it may, once upon a time, I fiddled with mashups on a regular basis and actually finished them sometimes. As opposed to now, where I still fiddle with mashups sometimes, but hardly ever finish them. Well... when this Remix came out, it sounded like a well-known pop song, so I put the two together, then let it sit for ages. Today, I actually got it back out and finished it! I give you: halc - The Forest That Never Sleeps v. Owl City - Fireflies The Fireflies That Never Sleep The rest of my mashups are, of course, still here, if anyone cares.
  6. OCR01098 - Doom 'demonik electronik'

    It does indeed sound very much like NIN. I mention this because this song just came up on shuffle on my mp3 player today, and now it's on my "I should make a mashup out of this song" list. Watch this space! (Also, yes, it is in fact quite a great remix. But you already knew that.)
  7. Some assorted design changes, sans "www"

    Hahaha... the sidebar. I never really cared one way or the other, but if I say it sucked, will you ban me? I totally missed out on that, back when I was active here. Also, that's an awesome site, Xerol.
  8. The OneUps in Arizona, September 19 2009

    Thanks! One picture >> no pictures. P.S. Mustin, your sig reminded me - just in case you're curious, I've listened to Chronotorious like a dozen times already.
  9. The OneUps in Arizona, September 19 2009

    Ping? How about those pictures, people who took pictures?
  10. Mashup Albums/Artists

    Hi! I just dropped by momentarily cause of the unexpected mini-KoLCon-OCR-meet. But then I had to see if anyone mentioned me while I was gone, and hey, sure enough... pretty cool that someone mentioned me, but if you haven't totally forgotten about this thread, I was That Guy Who Always Annoyed Everyone By Talking About Mashups, back before I mostly left this corner of the internet. Anyway, a totally arbitrary datadump of mashup artists I consider "extremely good", in alphabetical order (some still actively making music, some not so much - and many other talented artists left off the list arbitrarily, or it'd be huge): 10000 Spoons A+D Aggro1 Alex C Alex H Bobby Martini CCC Divide & Kreate DJ Earworm (top 3!) DJ John Mash DJ Schmolli DJ Tripp Go Home Productions (top 3! Seriously, this guy pretty much defines the term "professional-sounding". He said he stopped making mashups a couple years ago - don't believe him. Sign up for his email list, and he'll send out sekrit mashups every so often .) Martinn Norwegian Recycling (top 3! But you already know that) Party Ben (top 3... err... 4! Mostly for his collab with team9 on American Edit, by far my favorite mashup album, and I don't even like Green Day that much) team9 Voicedude (top... 5? Looks like. Voicedude is awesome. And I met him once, too!) And yes, there's way more rap than anything else - that's cause rap is a. easier to mash than anything else, and b. waaaaay easier to find pellas for. Given that this thread is a month old, I wouldn't be surprised if you'd already either figured this out yourself or given it up, but: the best way to find mashup artists you like is to just start with one, see who he mentions as friends/influences on his site, recurse - that's how I got my first... several gigs. The other way is to just start watching GYBO, but you get a lot of crap mixed in with the good stuff that way. Hopefully I haven't annoyed anyone by bumping this thread - I just saw it not get a good answer, and with my name in it no less, and I used to be the guy answering threads like this!
  11. The OneUps in Arizona, September 19 2009

    Geez. I miss this place... I even remember your avatar, NNY. Of course, if you're ever in town again... I certainly won't be there unless it's for next year's KoLCon (which, hopefully, it will be), as it was a 6 hour drive. Unless of course, as I said before, "in town" is LA, which would be awesome. Oh, and by the way, you should totally all play KoL. If you try it and think it might be interesting, I will happily send you some meat (the currency). Cause yeah - about the time I stopped paying that much attention to OCR other than my rss of new music, I got pulled into the KoL community instead. I was there for Con - The OneUps were just the icing on the cake. But some pretty phenomenally tasty icing, as it were (and sorry if I annoyed you by constantly calling you The Minibosses, by the way; my mind was apparently stuck in a year ago. ) I look forward to the pictures! P.S. No, Con was definitely not just for 21-and-overs... though this venue was way better about that than last year's, incidentally. Last year's wasn't, either, but if you were over 21 you had, like, chairs and things. Now I wish I still paid attention to these forums, so I could've told everyone that before, so they didn't gripe in the direction of KoL for things that weren't true. There was one event Sunday evening that was drinking-age-only, but that was it. P.P.S. Have I mentioned yet that you should go play KoL? And kmail me (neminem) if you do? Cause you should.
  12. World of Warcraft

    Yeah, so I hardly ever come into the forums anymore, but I'm one of those people now, and I might as well say so here. Started playing WoW when I graduated last winter; almost have a 70. Namely, I just hit 69 last night. Shouldn't be too much longer. Once I hit 70, I expect I'll probably start leveling a second, and log onto the first only every once in a while, or when I have friends to group with. Oh, and I'm on Runetotem, for the record. Half the reason I joined the WoW-playing ranks was cause a bunch of people I know from college started a guild back in the beginning, which I'm now in. If any of you are ever on Runetotem, and you see a member of 7 Scientists, they almost certainly went to Mudd (or another of the Claremont colleges, and know a Mudder). Kingdom of Loathing's still the game I care the most about, though. Over 2/3s of the way done with my oxyloop! (Something which doesn't take very many hours, but takes about 6 months of not many hours).
  13. I told tweek that if he reminded me, I'd buy one. He reminded me, and I bought one. Looking forward to it! And to having a cd of which even less will be pressed than there were of my Project Majestic Mix cds, something I didn't think possible.
  14. You might have noticed, I don't tend to pay that much attention to forum goings-on around here anymore. So I'm glad tweek poked me to tell me about this - as I told him already at that time, this looks pretty shiny, and I'm definitely buying a copy.
  15. Cool - glad to hear you enjoyed it. Even if I, personally, agree more with the GYBO people... I think the OMF one's way more musically interesting, too. But I'm glad you liked the JT, anyway.