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  1. Machine Man

    first time I've ever used soundfonts. was going for a classic early Mega Man style
  2. I'd like to submit my recording and arrangement of the final theme from The Adventures of Lolo. It's a kick-ass tune and I've arranged all of the original notes to be played live on the piano. So, in that regard it's extremely conservative. Performing all three voices live and accurately is, I think, innovative. I would like some feedback on the recording quality and mix. I used three mics - 2 Octava 012s in facing left and right inside the piano and a Rode NT5 just outside the piano facing the strings. There is some light compression and reverb. Here is a video of the recording - And here is my version - Thanks for watching and for any feedback! Rob
  3. I have no idea what time signature it's in. I believe that it's in 1/4, but I could be wrong I made three versions No 1. is in the key of D and it's in "8-bit" Format https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1cNg5GTkCUIS21vSWV0UXJFMWs No. 2 is made with the "Soundfont" in the original key of C https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1cNg5GTkCUINHBWNUFuYnRFXzQ (Yes. The drums are the Roland sf2 power drum set) No. 3 is an "African" style with marimbas and bells and what not; also in the key of C https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1cNg5GTkCUIN042amtPeWRGQkk These were all made using Fruity Loops; with Morphine and the LttP soundfont. ENJOY! Reviews are welcome.
  4. Hi all. I arranged the Heat Man theme from the NES classic Mega Man 2 for 3 classical guitars. Enjoy. By the way, I'm new on OCR and didn't find a topic specifically for instrumental covers. If one exists please let me know and I will re-post. EM
  5. Dr. Wily's Castle (Mega Man 2)

    Alright guys, next cover of our upcoming four track demo, hope you like it (can you guess which video game music related band inspired us the most? ). We are proud to bring bring you back this classic gem from the 80ies in all its 8-bit fuzziness: Check out our Facebook page to stay updated: http://www.facebook.com/remembercitadelband/