JH Sounds

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About JH Sounds

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  • Birthday September 27

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  • Gender Male
  • Location NY

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  • Website URL http://jhsounds.com/
  • Skype jhsounds

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  • Biography An artist and lover of art. Check out my comic, blog and other cool stuff. http://jhsounds.com/
  • Real Name JH for short
  • Facebook ID 132279570148889
  • Twitter Username jhsounds
  • Last.fm Username jhsounds

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  • Collaboration Status 2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) FL Studio
  1. Spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie, Yooka-Laylee

    The big question for me is what platform(s) it'll be on. I can maybe get it running on my PC, but if it's going to consoles I can probably just borrow my brother's PS4. I jumped off the whole gaming thing for years now, but this game could be worth jumping back in.
  2. The song that made you want to remix

    I think I mentioned this before, but yeah: http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01006
  3. This finally solves the mystery of what genre my ReMix is. For the longest time listeners kept calling it "sadpianostep".
  4. Female Singer Available :)

    I'm posting in here so I can remind myself to contact you later.
  5. Miyamoto Said Casual Gamers Are Pathetic. Or Did He?

    There's something weirdly exclusionary about the idea of games being focused on "hardcore gamers" or "legit gamers". Generally films don't go about saying "this is for film-buffs only", nor novels "for the bookworm". I thought the whole idea of OCR was to appreciate something that a group of specific people like, and pushing that passion out to the larger audience. With games I think the goal should be not to pander to the wider audience, but to present the supposed "hardcore" games as just games that anyone can play.
  6. R.I.P. Robin Williams

    The book is way better. They cut out so much stuff for the film version. The preceding two sentences are a joke.
  7. Happy Birthday, bLiNd!

    bLiNded by delight! Happy birthday.
  8. R.I.P. Robin Williams

    I'm glad I watched World's Greatest Dad years earlier. It would be impossible for me to watch it now, given the new context. (film spoiler follows) Oddly enough I was debating with someone back then whether the film would have worked better with a tragic ending -- I incorrectly predicted that Williams' character would kill himself when he runs to the swimming pool at the end, thus giving him the posthumous version of the literary fame he always wanted. It's insanely portentous thinking back on that conversation. But anyway, this has been a profound loss.
  9. Guardians of the Galaxy

    Hey everybody look at Brandon he's seen a movie five times he's crazy
  10. Guardians of the Galaxy

    A person may play a 40-hour video game once. Another person may watch a two-hour movie six times. To make a tired point, which one of us is truly crazy?
  11. Guardians of the Galaxy

    I'm about to do my sixth viewing. I love me some world-building space opera/sci-fi, especially when it has as many fun moments as this film has.
  12. Armin Van Buuren - Drowning

    Well, that's certainly something. Rather than derail this thread, you can private message me about it. Thanks.
  13. Armin Van Buuren - Drowning

    I fulfill remix requests as a reward for supporting my radio show, which I also spin the remixes on. Since you mentioned a pay out, you can check out my Patreon page for that. Cheers.
  14. Guardians of the Galaxy

    Speaking of which, I just now realized that the soundtrack album is subtitled Awesome Mix Vol. 1 even though "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" is technically on Vol. 2. Yep, I've officially watched this movie too many times.
  15. Guardians of the Galaxy

    Well, he was drunk. What I really loved is the earlier foreshadowing scene when Rocket mopes into his cell wet and nude. It's an initially comical moment that turns on a dime when Quill notices Rocket's implants and scars. I think that moment alone exemplifies the masterfully balanced tone of the movie.