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  1. A tango spin on an upbeat, underrated track from Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald. I never finish ORAS, but I'm sad to learn that the Abandoned Ship was replaced with some decrepit research station. I so loved the romanticism and intrigue of a lost cruise ship. What I love so much about the Abandoned Ship location is that it's not creepy. It's more a monument to travel and the past than a ghost ship. The orchestral theme from the anime plays up the romanticism and feeling of luxury. I adore that theme, and I've listened to it far too many times! And then one day in the shower ("too much water"?) it hit me – this piece works perfectly as a tango, rhythmically and thematically. I got to work, and here is the result. Enjoy! Abandoned Passion by 2R1T Original:
  2. Hello! I finished new cover for Pokemon - Bicycle Theme. I recorded some strings to spice my lead guitar parts, so the whole arrangement would sound much fuller. Feedback is welcome :)! Here is the cover: Here is the original soundtrack:
  3. Hello! I finished my first Pokemon arrangement and wanted to share it with you people here :)! Violet city theme is quite tight track and it's very fun to play with guitar. My arrangement is not very complicated, but i wanted to give this track some of my own rock / metal kinda spin :D. Here is the link to my cover: And here is the original:
  4. This was a song I remixed a while ago, but frankly, it wasn't good by any means. So I'm deciding to "use tackle" on this one again with a little more style. ReMix: Bubbles Shining Over the Sea ReMix Source:
  5. 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
  6. I haven't seen a remix of a Gen 5 Pokemon game yet, but I think this would be a great source to start with: Honestly I'd remix it myself, but I'm not nearly skilled enough to do the song justice. What I'd like to hear is kind of a slightly aggressive, grungy interpretation, keeping in line with the slower jazz tone of the original, but adding a kind of rock edge to it. Instrumentation wise, I really like the bass and guitar accompaniment in this song, and I would like a remix to focus on and enhance those parts. You could add saxophone or a lead guitar in some parts. Its really up to the artist's discretion. The source itself is rather short, so whoever wants to take up remixing it can take plenty of creative liberties, though I would like to keep it somewhat conservative with the melody, especially around 0:31. I think this part of the song has a lot of emotional weight, if that makes any sense. I'd really like a remix of Virbank City's theme to evoke an image of what I imagine that place to be like: Envision a dirty port town built up around old, factories and chemical plants. Rain drips lethargically from the soot colored sky, never seeming to stop, just as toxic smog never stops spewing from the factory smokestacks. Rust and graffiti cover nearly every wall in this rundown city, But despite the filthy environment, Virbank city is not without its mysterious urban charm. The people there are genuine and down to earth, from the local punks, to the grizzled factory workers, to the little kids at the city preschool. Life can be a struggle, but each day they get by with the help of their pokemon. Anyway, as long as there's plenty of passion put into the working of this remix, I certainly won't complain, and I sincerely thank anyone who wants to take up this project.
  7. How many Pokemon puns can you fit in a song? I decided to so something fun and make a song of Pokemon puns! A song telling a story and using Pokemon puns throughout the whole song! I’m rapping on the Hoenn Pokemon Wild Battle theme from the anime! Enjoy!
  8. Can't lie - Guzma's fight theme is just too awesome. GUZMA ZUGAIKOTSU (YOUTUBE) GUZMA ZUGAIKOTSU (SOUNDCLOUD)
  9. Hello everybody! I recently made a remix of Guzma's Battle theme from Pokémon Sun and Moon. I really liked the theme while I was playing through Moon, which inspired me to try my hand at a remix! I'm always looking for any constructive criticism, so feel free if you have anything to say. Thanks!
  10. Hi! Here's song that I was making just for fun while testing some new virtual instruments I got. It turned out pretty good in my opinion, so I thought I should post it here and maybe submit it to OC. I've had tons of fun making this song and I hope you enjoy as well, and maybe have something to criticize. I have like zero experience in orchestral music so I wanted to challenge my self. Original song is from Pokemon Gold/Silver - Lance's Theme Remix: https://www.dropbox.com/s/sz0hdkkt281ppyv/Pokemon Red - Lance_2.mp3?dl=0
  11. I arise from the grave because I have a neat idea for a remix of this song that, so far as I've seen, hasn't been done yet. Since I don't have the talent to do it myself, I figured I'd share the idea in the hopes that someone more proficient than me might do it. So if you've played the new Pokemon games yet, you know that each island has its own guardian deity Pokemon called a Tapu. They have their own battle theme which is literally, at least in my opinion, the best legendary beast battle theme the series has had. Here's the original Now for the idea: There are four of these Tapus: Tapu Koko, Tapu Bulu, Tapu Fini and Tapu Lele. While similar to each other in certain aspects of their appearance, each one is unique even though together they form a cohesive whole (because they're known as the Guardians of Alola). Because of that, I think it would be kind of awesome if there was a remix made of this song made with only 4 primary instruments--one for each Tapu that encompasses that Tapu. So for example, this is what I was thinking (though if someone decides to run with this idea they can obviously pick whatever instruments they think fit better): --Tapu Koko-- According to its dex entries, it's known for its sense of curiosity, its ability to confuse opponents due to its fast movement speed, and its quick tempered nature even though it instantly forgets whatever made it angry. Of the quartet, it's the Electric type one. Given these qualities, the best instrument in this hypothetical remix that would represent Koko would be an electric guitar, most likely holding the melody. --Tapu Lele-- Lele is the Psychic type of the quartet. Her dex entries aren't too enlightening. In one she's said to be guilelessly cruel while in another it's said her scales restore good health when touched. She's based on a butterfly, so this nature and life-giving property to her gives off a sense of naivety. Perhaps a little airy, since her scales are said to scatter as she flutters about. So for her, an instrument with a similar airy nature would probably fit. My candidate would be wind chimes, but I'm sure there's many other instruments that would give off the same effect. She'd be like the ambiance of the remix, fluttering in and out of the song as she pleases. --Tapu Bulu-- His nature is lazy, according to his dex entries. Yet, amongst the quartet, he's also the most physically strong, both in terms of stats as well as implied in his dex entries with how he can uproot whole trees and swing them around easily. A strong Pokemon who prefers to not have to work much when battling. The obvious choice of instrument for him would be drums and he'd most likely hold the bass in contrast to Koko who'd have the melody. Probably a similar drum to what's in the original song, I imagine. One you'd strike with powerful impacts that would only occur every few beats. Type-wise, he's Grass. --Tapu Fini-- And finally, we have the mysterious Water type in the quartet. Unlike the other three who take active roles in anything, Fini is a much more passive pokemon. Although she wields great control over water, according to her dex entries she creates fog so dense that her enemies become confused and destroy THEMSELVES without her ever lifting a finger. This is reflected in her stats as well, as both of her defense stats are the highest while her attack stats are average at best. I don't know any specific instrument that would properly reflect her, but given her passive nature and her associations with water, whatever instrument would be hers in the remix would need to be one that flows like the water she controls, but is similarly passive throughout the remix. These individual elements combined would then be what makes up the entirety of the remix. What do you think? Does this sound interesting and challenging to you? I'd love to see many people try this out!
  12. This is one of my first attempts doing a remix, there are probably lots of details to check, and I would appreciate if someone more experienced could give me feedback on how to improve, thanks in advance.
  13. Hi so this is my first post here, I had wanted to submit to here for years but was way too intimidated before. Not entirely sure how to open this up really bug I do have a track that I'd love some feedback on that I was considering submitting - hopefully I didn't mess up anything in this since it's been ages since I've used a proper forum. So in the hype for the newest pokemon games this was made for a remix compilation that considering I haven't heard anything back from the person organizing it in like 2 months now, I'm pretty sure has fallen through - that being said, I really enjoy how it turned out and figured it would be good to try and take it elsewhere. I had been on a big eurobeat kick lately and considering I don't have Sun yet I revisited Black again and found I really liked the emotion piano thing and ended up wanting to turn it into a dance track. The final result ended up being a 6 minute long piece that starts out quiet and orchestral before building into something I'm guessing falls close to Happy Hardcore. Generally I'd say I'm way more confident with electronic textures than live instrument stuff so hopefully the production doesn't feel too lopsided in that regard. It's done in that I was satisfied when I originally submitted it for the compilation, but if anyone has any suggestions on it I'm fine taking them https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/31297091/Music Stuff/finalized shared/Pokemon Black and White - Unwavering Emotions [Unfaltering Truth Mix] - 320.mp3 https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/31297091/Music Stuff/finalized shared/Pokemon Black and White - Unwavering Emotions [Unfaltering Truth Mix] - 192 kbps.mp3 Also I'm not exactly the best with naming things, if anyone has any ideas I'm more than open to them.
  14. The Damned's Genesect (and Volcanion)Code GIVEAWAY! And with that... the contest is over. Six cards, six codes, six "winners". I use the term loosely, because Genesect is actually terrible in every way. Also, Volcanion is mid-tier, at best. Sure, they have really good stats, movesets, fun skills and can be used to wipe entire teams by themselves if use right... but they ain't no Luvdisc! The Volcanion card: Red Shadow wins! Though I should disqualify you for hating anything about Gen 3. Also, Luvdisc just wanted to let you know that the water around those parts would be bad fro your Rock-type. The 1st Genesect card: Gario wins! By default. The two sweetest words in the English language. The 2nd Genesect card: MindWanderer wins. Because I said so. The 3rd Genesect card: Red Shadow wins. I guess. Sure, why not? The 4th Genesect card: jnWake wins. He was only off by 4 (I chose 17), and the second of two people that actually guessed. The 5th Genesect card: TillyFun wins. A short haiku about a silly cat giving away stuff. I can't help but feel it's actually about me.
  15. Hello OCR, long time! This time I have a small bass cover for you(with drums too) I wanted to record it myself, but i'm still practicing, so that's a thing for the future. Anyway... Hope you like it. If you have feedback regarding the mix, balance, that would be great. Yes the sound is midi, I know, but only the bass will change. I don't have a drummer or drumset. See ya!
  16. Hey all, this is my first ReMix on here. Any criticism you can provide is appreciated.
  17. POKEMON GO - Walking - Map Theme - Pixelizer Chiptune REMIX Good Listening and give me your opinion Original track :
  18. Pokemon GO - Title Screen Theme - Pixelizer Chiptune REMIX - SEGA Mega Drive Sounds Original Track :
  19. I arranged this for 5 trumpets. Recorded with a very cute pocket trumpet. I will consider this a wip, because I'd like to get some friends to record it live.
  20. Hey guys, just finished another Pokemon arrangement, this time of the Gym leader/Elite 4 battle music. I hope you enjoy and any critique is always hugely helpful!
  21. This is a little rock remix of the opening theme from the Pokemon anime series. It's my first remix of an anime soundtrack after making a few remixes for several videogames. I'm not the typical die-hard fan of Pokemon - but I loved the anime when I was a child. Pretty fluffy and hearty stuff with a nice touch of adventure. Some time ago I've listened to the opening theme of the anime once again which has a really decent melody I still like - and I thought that this could be a nice track for improving my virtual guitar skills. So, I put some effort into the articulation of every single guitar note. Sometimes I tought for hours about where the different articulations or playing techniques (like long played notes, hammer-ons, tappings, slides or some FX guitar sounds) might fit best within a short guitar sequence. But I got into it after some time and I think this helped me improving my music production skills a little bit - especially for creating much more realistic guitar sounds. Thanks to my really awesome virtual guitar amplifier Vandal I could give the guitar sound its totally unique style and make a decent final touch with a little bit hall reverb and a little bit more pinging stereo delay - really good combination for reverberant but also strong, assertive guitar sounds. I've also enjoyed working a bit more with velocity dynamics to bring some more life and vibrance into the track - but it's still pretty tough for me to find the right balance between the velocities of the different tracks within a song. Already a velocity value change of just 10 out of 127 can make a perceivable difference between hearing single notes in the whole mix and not noticing or at least not feeling them anymore. But I will work on this in the future. Just as usual I've mastered this remix at EBU R 128 loudness standards and used absolutely no compressors or limiters for keeping the full, natural sounding dynamic range and best possible hi-fi sound quality. So, check this stuff... Original Intro Theme: >>> ---------------------------------------- Newest version of my remix: 1.0 >>> >>> https://clyp.it/ymrif5kn
  22. Hey all, just signed up for the site. I've been on the hunt for VGM forums to share my work on, as well as meet other artists within the community. I uploaded my latest cover today, and would love it if you'd give it a listen. It's a metal version of Pokemon's Lavender Town, played on a 7 string guitar and 6 string bass to get that lower, heavier element to it. Hope you all like it
  23. More info on my participation to the game development: http://mcleodgaming.com/2016/05/ssf2-dev-blog-11-audio-alternate-tracks
  24. Here's a mix of the Route 113 theme I did a while ago. I juxtaposed some very nice, airy, ambient sounds with some thumping, swung and unswung drums in 6/8 time. Route 113 is one of my favorite themes from R/S/E, so I've wanted to remix this one for a while. Let me know what you think!