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  1. Made a Splatoon mix. It doesn't deviate too much from the source material apart from a few sections. I'm looking for some feedback on this track.
  2. I played through Super Metroid again recently (I do so frequently in fact) and felt it would be fun to do a sort of dark and industrial remix of the Red Soil Brinstar theme. I'm curious what you guys think, so here's a link to the current WIP version: https://www.dropbox.com/s/339uxzexjjcywmr/Zone Tripper - Crushing Depth (Brinstar Red Remix) master.mp3?dl=0 And of course, the original arrangement: Let me know what you think! I'm worried it stays too close to the original theme and I might have to add some more variations to it, but on the other hand I'm scared of kinda ruining the feel of it if I do...
  3. Hi OCRemix! Here's a remix of Hyrule Castle theme with a happy tone. I don't have any clue of the genre. If anyone knows, please tell. I was going for kind of traditional dance music vibe with this. Hope you enjoy! LATEST: https://www.dropbox.com/s/axydksycf7l49g0/Hyrule Castle 3.mp3?dl=0 SECOND: https://www.dropbox.com/s/baos7bfbr5fqmn3/Hyrule Castle 2.mp3?dl=0 FIRST: https://www.dropbox.com/s/7xagxlkvu22xjfu/Hyrule Castle.mp3?dl=0 Source:
  4. Hi all, Would love some feedback on this please! I posted a real early version of this a couple of years ago and never really worked on it much more afterwards. Came back to it a couple of weeks ago and have made a few changes to both the arrangement and instrumentation. Could certainly do with some more work on the mixing side of things but feel its really starting to take shape musically. Oh, and for you FFVII fans, there are a few musical/SFX references dotted about the piece See if you can spot them all! Some are easier to hear than others. (Of course, the original SFX and vocal samples would be removed from the final edit should I ever submit this!)
  5. So my intentions for this was to simulate the feeling of the theme from the snes version, but sound like the one from the HD remake. With the HD remake version the bassline was a constant 2 note line(really boring). I know the ending is really bad so I was wondering if anyone can give me some pointers here. Original Song
  6. I originally did this for a PRC compo and I've been touching it up a bit since then. It's still somewhat short and a bit on the conservative side, but I figured I'd drop it here. Comments and critique are welcome and appreciated.
  7. Hello fellow remixers, Here is my take on well-known Kefka's Theme from FF6. At first I thought it would sound a bit spooky for halloween, then I started experimenting and thus went for a more spacey ambient sound. I liked where it went so here I am. I would love some feedback and reviewing on this track. Hope you guys enjoy it ! http://www.mediafire.com/file/a9byk9dbvozb02u/Freaking_Out_v2.mp3 Edited: Reworked version
  8. https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/770547 (let Me Know what you think!) Source:
  9. Working on some Altered beast remix. I'm kinda stuck on what I should do next with it. I may leave it alone for a while and come back to it in a couple of months. Let me know what you guys and gals think. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0tjUIj320E4cGhYVU4tTjI5dWs
  10. Hi, everyone! I recently completed an important phase of a long-term jazz/vgm arrangement project that I have going on called The Hard Modes. I wanted to share it with you all and get your feedback. I premiered 7 arrangements at a live show a couple of weeks ago and recorded the show using a Zoom H2 recorder as well as a no-frills camcorder. I'll be posting the tracks individually over time, but if you like what you hear you can always check out the other parts of the set through SoundCloud or YouTube (though we didn't capture 2 of the arrangements on video). First up is my arrangement of Austin Wintory's I Was Born For This from Journey, which was actually the last tune of our set. Some notes: The sound quality isn't great on either medium, but the sound recording sounds better than the video. That's me on tenor sax! The throwback near the end of the tune was a surprise even for the band; the spot just called for an open solo. My original arrangement was inspired by Ornette Coleman's work, although to get the work together for the show we had to simplify some of the sections a bit, which is why I labeled this a Work in Progress (ultimately, the arrangement should be freer than it is--we'll get there!). And without further adieu... enjoy! If you'd like to read more about the project as a whole you can also check out my website. Thanks for listening!
  11. Hello Bringing this one back from the dead to see if anyone wants to hear it song I made about 9 years ago and still have never got around to getting it on this site. Edm Megaman Mix with vocals - Spark Mandrill
  12. my first pass at this: https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/768418 sources: the oboe's kinda crappy so if anyone has mixing tips i'd appreciate it.
  13. Ahh, Secret of Mana, the game that made me want to become a musician at the tender age of seven... it was my introduction to prog-rock. This one's not done, but is far enough along that I felt comfortable sharing. I was going for some mildly-psychedelic jazz-rock, to set the mood for chasing rabites after dark (and maybe a few cocktails). I haven't made an intro or outro, and the middle part is kind of lacking at the moment. Also, the mix was done on some low-end headphones while my nicer ones sit atop the ever-growing fix-it pile. I'm sure my complete lack of jazz background is apparent with that horn arrangement, but I'm learning as I go. I need a break from this one for a couple days, but I hope to finish it up and mix it by this time next week. In the meantime, please enjoy, and don't hesitate to leave some constructive criticism (or just be brutal if that's your thing, it's all appreciated). Thanks! Follow the white rabite
  14. So this is an original song but definitely game related. I created the Fairy Fountain beat into hip hop form (from scratch) and have put vocals on it. The vocals are about Princess Zelda from the perspective of Link. If Link was to write a love song about Princess Zelda, this would be it! This is only a rough draft, and yes I put some autotune on my vocals. Please any and all feedback would be nice. I will be submitting this to OCRemix https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BwSM9LzCGW0BMndYOWhEcmk0ZGs
  15. Hi! Just wanted to check with the community if this is something that might get approved by OC Remix; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WnSrgvODpU
  16. I've been on a 90's pop kick lately, so I decided to do a Shawn Mullins-inspired arrangement of Star-Stealing Girl https://www.sendspace.com/file/8n2jwe Stuff I still need to do: -Re-record most of the guitars (the clean rhythm guitar will be replaced by an acoustic) -Add vocals/lyrics (ya rly) -Spice up the bass and percussion -Spice up (and hopefully live-record) the piano -Write an ending -EQ, compression, general production stuff (at which I'm WAAAAAY out of practice)
  17. So I recently submitted a track to multiple places, one competition, an OCR album, and then to the site. I had to finish the track on a tight deadline. I worked hard on it, and was very proud of the end result. I got feedback from the community around the competition and it was overwhelmingly positive and very well received. Thinking it was a nice track I was proud of, I submitted it to OCR. It went through the panel fairly fast. Here is the thread in Judges' Decisions Originally the track was written in Ab major, but then it went a little high in the trumpet part, so I wrote it down in the key of Gb, which was a bad idea, since it made recording quite difficult, but the performances of the brass were not the problem here. The rhythm section parts (piano, bass, drums, and there is a guitar in there but you can't hear it) were generated in band in a box, then edited to fit the track. The piano and bass worked really well, and for all anybody knows so did the guitar. The drums were one of the things that kept getting shot at, which now is something I can't unhear. The other thing was the arrangement, which went on a little while without changes in energy. Here is the track, the version I submitted to all these places. I'm putting this in Workshop as a work in progress to get more feedback on what I can do differently with the arrangement, and what I can do to not have to record everything again. I might just program the drums myself or record them in manually with a midi keyboard, since I now have better drum sounds.
  18. I desperately need more "Resident Evil" remixes... or an official OCR Album -- a man can only dream But for now, I want to see how far I can go with this piece of my own. Inspired by Tony MacAlpine's "Tears of Sahara", I'd like to see if I can come up with a sweet rock ballad version of "Sleeping Beauty", which I fell in love with. Original: Remix: Hopefully, and with a little help, I'll soon make it listenable and sound more professional. In the meantime, feedback is very welcome
  19. From what I can tell, the original doesn't just use notes from a normal diatonic scale, but I can find it hard figuring out some songs so I could be wrong. Will extend it later. Remix: https://sites.google.com/site/vspaine/wips/Unholy Thunder M.mp3?attredirects=0&d=1 Original:
  20. Just a little something I'd originally put together for MNP79 and have been working on lately, though I'm unsure where I'll go with it from here. I intended for it to be a somewhat conservative reimagining of the theme - perhaps something closer to a movie trailer - rather than a full-fledged remix Enjoy!
  21. any advice on how to fix the transitions(from Waltz of the Damned to Danse Macabre to ending off with Dance of the Daring)? Sources:
  22. Here is a remix I am spending time on, so far the sequence is coming together but I would like to open this up as a collaboration. This cover is the song shortly after the prologue in the Sega CD classic "Snatcher". I would record my bass for this but I am having some gain or pickup issues that I'm hoping to get fixed soon. I can make a shared folder with tracks set for each instrument. I hunted for a great saxophone vst and DSK is by far the best I can find but it ain't "sexy sax man".... yes I am in need of a saxophonist (Tenor, Soprano..). I'll post my latest mix and the original tracks below to give an example. Thanks for listening and your criticism is welcome! [BPM] Original:120 REMIX:125 Remix In Progress Original
  23. This is just a rough snippet that came to me this evening, I've never made a song before. I really like a prog rock sound e.g. Pink Floyd, something like that, I wonder if anyone has any ideas to help bring this further. I know that there are some mistakes in this but I am just learning how Garageband works...
  24. EDIT 2: Third round of edits done, happy enough with it now for my YouTube channel (as linked below) but keen to improve it to the point it can be submitted for OCRemix; would love feedback to get it there! Thanks everyone. You can hear the (small!) steps of progress between versions by comparing with the two older ones on my Soundcloud page - if you're interested! It's one of the classic themes, with such a strong celtic flavour. I originally planned on writing a three part arrangement for fingerpicked nylon guitars, but it kept turning into medieval folk in my head, with a warbling tinny flute et al! I tracked down a few playable ranges for lute, celtic harp & tin flute and wrote with all of that in mind, but haven't gone for laser-precision (e.g. just made sure I could play the various lute sections on my guitar in drop D), and I've used two notes on a logic drumkit to more or less represent hitting the centre and sides of a classic old-skool drum. I'd really appreciate your thoughts. It's only just over 2 mins and I don't know if it's working/finished yet; feels a little like further sections could seem like padding - I'm probably wrong about that though. Not sure how much this qualifies as an OCRemix track given its style, I'd love to know what can be improved. Here's the demo version (no proper humanisation or detailed mixing applied yet, just some basics): And here's the original theme, in case it's not jumping out at you: Thanks a bunch!