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  1. Always wanted to do work on this song one day, I feel confident enough to not complete butcher it, am I heading in the right direction? I've only done one other remix and it wasn't very good, hopefully I'll get it right this time. I need to work on the choir staccato syllables so they sound more natural, I want the percussion and trombone make it feel like someone punched me in the face. Update #1 March 14: Reverb! Trumpets! Less boomy percussion! Polyrhythms! An abrupt transition! Weird compression!
  2. I wanted to produce a synthwave arrangement of the source but couldn't help using "organic" instruments for the leads and drums. I thought it could be interesting to try and find a right balance between synth and organic sounds -- keep those guitars, piano and drums and use only synths for the arrangements (which I'll start exploring way deeper when I find someone with a decent knowledge of synthwave music willing to help me ^^'). Original Source: Remix: I visualized Sonia telling her newborn son the tale of her adventures -- like it's a bedtime story -- when remixing this. Feel free to share feedbacks and whatnot :3
  3. Hey guys! Just looking for some general feedback on this remix. I'm at that point where I'm not too sure what else to be adjusting / paying attention to. I feel like the arrangement / mix are in pretty solid spots, but I usually end up forgetting about / missing something. Always good to have another pair of ears. Of the top of my head, I know I want to go back to a few of the synth parts and make 'em a bit more entertaining to listen to / more dynamic. (Also heads up, I think listening to the stream on box distorts the sound a bit) Thanks in advance for your time. https://app.box.com/s/a2gcbj5uau85sn6mlx0kb5xog16dscm5
  4. Song Here Changes - I've made the bass part more prominent and have more pop. - Added a trumpet part to the melody in some parts. - Added a tambourine. - Added some strings. - Made the piano part more stronger in parts where it should (Ex. At the end and at the beginning of certain phrases). - I've also removed a slight distortion in the clarinet(It sounded really muddy and gross) Feedback is greatly appreciated as it helps me get better at arrangements.
  5. Was looking for feedback on this arrangement I did of The Last Soul from Streets of Rage. Before this arrangement, I had never done jazz/hip-hop fusion before. It was a very interesting and awesome experience :). I want to do more with SoR with live band and such. Any suggestions for this? As always thank you for taking the time to listen!
  6. Hey there, i've made a remix of the song "Reconstructing more Science" from the Portal 2 game and require some feedback. I've submitted the first version of the song but it did not make it to the judges panel. This actually is not a bad thing because i've got some very good feedback and worked a few days on the song to improve it. Here are some problems listed in the feedback email i worked on after getting feedback: Now i need to know if any of those problems still are present in the current version of the song or if anything else might be a problem. I thank everybody who is giving constructive feedback <3 -daWaschbaer First version of the song: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4qhWIS85-GwdkFkYm9jVGkxMHM Second version of the song: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4qhWIS85-GwMV9kT1F5QmxMc0k Third version of the song: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4qhWIS85-GwVGNSWk1wcTNKNlk Fourth version of the song: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4qhWIS85-GwZmJJZjhfMjJnZWc With version 4 i've tried to solve the overcompression problem. Fifth version of the song: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4qhWIS85-GwY1loeFhTbTNYc1U I've increased the volume by 3 dB. Fifth version of the song [short]: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4qhWIS85-GwSFFmdEV3VWNheDA I've shortened the song so the length fits the content. Sixth version of the song: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4qhWIS85-GwZWs1WUFwNXZjVFE (Made the reverb less intensive from 2:00 to 2:15 and lowered the volume of the piano from 2:56 to 3:28 (because i wanted the piano to be in the background in this part). I am currently working on Version 7! (When listening to the song keep in mind that it is meant to become more chaotic the longer you listen to it (especially at the end) Title of original song: Reconstructing More Science Link to original soundtrack: http://www.thinkwithportals.com/music.php (Reconstructing More Science found in Volume 2)
  7. Hello everyone! I'm currently working on a Secret of Mana medley, with heavy riffs and cool orchestration. It is far from finished, but I thought I could do with some fresh and critical opinions to keep me on track, as I tend to over-listen my tracks when I'm working. Regarding the song, there is four different parts, and more to come: The intro, based on "Fear of the Heavens", but with a complete opposite feeling (hence the title). I wanted to turn the earie/mystery inducing feel of the original into something more like a fierce-warrior-marching-against-the-gods kind of epic stuff. I may have managed it (you tell me), but I feel the part still lack something, in the build-up maybe. The second part is made of really cool boncy riffs, based on "Dancing Animals", but I may have been a little to much side-tracked in the end. No orchestration here. As in the source name, I want this part to sound like a giant bear headbanging. The third part is the exact same thing as the first part FOR NOW, but I'm planning to give it more personnality in the future. I'm keeping the same kind of mood (and the same source, of course) The fourth part is a really lazy draft concerning "Spirit of The Night". I wasn't sure if I would put it here now or not, but then, it happened... ^^ Here, I want to have really emotionnal solos and this source is rather perfect for it (I personnaly call this part "Spirit of Metaaaaal"). The transitions are a bit off (mainly between 2-3 and obviously 3-4). I'm open to ideas! I'm rather confident regarding composition, I'm far less concerning mixing/mastering, so I am reaally open on this subject. Thank you for your feedbacks (and sorry for the poor english, it is not my mother tongue) The sources: The ReMix in progress: The old versions:
  8. Hello, Decided to give a try to Opening Stage theme from Megaman X, which is one of my favorite piece ever. I planned to go with an old funky 80's series vibe. Doesn't sound too bad as of now, though there's still a lot of work to do. What do you guys think ?
  9. Hi. It been a long time that I work on a remix track. You'll find here WIP Double Dragon 2 intro maint theme with an orchestral arrangment. I have to fix a lot of things but you'll probably see where I want to go. Original source. Arrangment.
  10. I've always loved the soundtracks from Mega Man X series and it was also one of my favorite games. Got inspired and decided to try some Metal arranges for the tracks in this game. I know it's been done a lot, but rock/metal just fits soo well with the Megaman series. Hoping to get some feedback/thoughts for this track. Would love to hear what y'all think about the arrangement and instrumentation as this is some areas of improvement for me. The mixing part is not done yet and no eq and effects on the drums. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B9Ysis8gRJo-bHRMdFVaME1ycEk Original I'm also working on more tracks from Mega Man X 1 and hope to compile those to make an album. Hope y'all enjoy it >:) \m/
  11. 3 out 3 three, I am on a roll today. Anyway, yeah, I remade this as well. Again, using only Morphine and a drum loop. Okay, and a Directwave Accordion, but who cares? Also, 50's Electric Guitar is good for EVERYTHING. Here ya go, reviews are welcome as usual. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1cNg5GTkCUIbVhlMmZkTThjdjQ
  12. Recorded using Audacity and my crappy laptop mic. Messed up a lot, length is around 16 minutes. Enjoy. Song list Title Time of the Falling Rain Hyrule Castle Zelda's Theme Hyrule Field Kakariko Village Lost Woods Master Sword Boss Battle Dark World Dark Mountain/Forest Ganon's Message Ganon Battle Triforce Staff Roll (Sunset) https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1cNg5GTkCUIYURyQm9PWHdBYmM
  13. Figured this might work as my first submission here. I've sort of tossed this short arrangement together. It could probably use some more ornamentation and an intro... https://sevenfortyfour.bandcamp.com/track/train-ride-arrangement original theme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5W_bFLwB0WY
  14. Second out of 3 uploads today! The Dark World, remade in FLS 12 using only ONLY Morphine and a drum loop. Here you go. Reviews are welcome https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1cNg5GTkCUIc1ZmZkdKLWk1R0U
  15. Posting two more tracks right after this, but I remade the Great Sea from Wind Waker using ONLY Morphine and a drum loop (that group of folders is amazing). I really don't know what style it's in (soft rock? Maybe?) Anyway, review, please. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1cNg5GTkCUIY2MteF9nM0NVMlE
  16. I posted a track I believe over 2 years ago at this point, based the original Deus Ex soundtrack, had some useful conversations about it and then lost interest/faith in making it any better. Subsequently, I've revisited this, and now here's a thread about it. Scrapped probably about 75% of what I had before (because, I'll be honest, it was crap) and significantly reworked the remainder, plus a lot of new material, into a more focused and (I hope) competent piece. https://www.dropbox.com/s/3sreq6bbargy5lz/Combine.mp3?dl=0 Based on the UNATCO theme. Brief reference to Versalife - Conversation.
  17. https://www.dropbox.com/s/qfcp96uffyfv4yv/Rocket Knight Boss.mp3?dl=0 I've wanted to do a RKA remix for a while, either of the boss, Pig Star or the auto-rocket area of stage 1. I'm gonna settle for starting on the boss for now; I'll see about the other themes. Volumes aren't leveled so watch your ears. I started with the meat of the theme, and I'm working backwards to get a good intro in, as working Intro-forward wasn't working out for me. Electric guitars always give me trouble so if you've got some good crit on making them exciting, I'm all ears.
  18. The original song released today on Spotify, so I decided to do a quick remix of it. I am very new to this kind of music so feel free to critique me on it. I am more of a live instrumentation kind of guy so electronica music is quite the challenge to create.
  19. Hi there. Here's my second track to post here on OCRemix. This time it's a remix of Valves from Command & Conquer Tiberian Sun. Haven't actually spent too long on this one as it seemed to come together rather quickly and, I think, sounds quite good (at least compared to other things I've done ). https://soundcloud.com/fraser-jennison/valves-remix The original track Valves: http://youtu.be/8zZjdE6INo4 EDIT: I updated the link with a download.
  20. Multi-Track Drifting Source: The Final Exam (The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks) Inspiration: F-Zero The original tune was composed by Manaka Kataoka, the lead composer for Breath of the Wild. So why not get some BotW hype started with some lo-fi orchestra hits? I just have a minute done so far. Comments welcome!
  21. Just something I wanted to arrange for a while. Original Track
  22. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1cNg5GTkCUITTk2dXh1clo0SFk I am back with another track for review. I know it is unfinished, I just want some feedback as to what I should do next. Thanks in advance.
  23. Here's the first of two video game arrangements I did for my indoor drumline a few years ago. I needed it to be easy enough for high school students to play, so that's one of the reasons it's only about a minute and half long. This one ended up sounding pretty decent after adjusting the attack/decay and environment settings, compared to the other one I just posted. But it feels too short. Also, I'm fully aware this theme has been done to oblivion. https://www.dropbox.com/s/bcvwd1u6ev14wic/Schala's Perc (Chrono Trigger).mp3?dl=0
  24. Source: ReMix: https://sites.google.com/site/vspaine/wips/Harmonious%20M.mp3?attredirects=0&d=1 Not much to say. Probably not a very well known track but I hope I can get some feedback anyway.
  25. So a few years back I arranged a couple video game tunes for indoor drumline. I was kinda rushed for time when writing this one, so instead of continuing forever through even more key changes and stuff that the original track actually does, I just did a loop and made a quick ending. It worked enough for me and the group I was instructing, but I'm still not sure about it, but it's been years since I worked on it so there's that. Also, I did try adding general effects to make the instruments sound better, but in this case, it totally messed with all the dynamics and I wasn't able to figure out a way to make it the way I would've liked it. So I think I like this version more. So here is my arrangement of Arrival from Halo 4. https://www.dropbox.com/s/9byvyiqpx72g5vy/Arrival of Drums.mp3?dl=0 And here's the alternative version. https://www.dropbox.com/s/c7nwlwnq1f71iod/Arrival of Drums (V2).mp3?dl=0