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  1. R&B Jams (Album in progress?)

    Here's a couple of songs I finished. I used a couple of Garage Band loops and a bunch of reharmonization. Hopefully I'll make this into a whole album. Mr. Jazz Man (This one's more Daft Punk inspired, funky and electronic) generic electronic track#1 (This one is kinda R&B and electronic) I've got 3 more in the making at the moment but hopefully I'll have 10 or so.
  2. Have a listen and any feedback would be much appreciated I'm just trying to get better, thank you so much for stopping by and have a great day.
  3. Feedback is most welcome, please- I'm new to the OC ReMix crowd so I'd love to start off strong with my first submission. Thanks! I initially imagined going more orchestral since it's such a melodic, fluid piece. Alas, there have been other remixes of that nature, and my strongest suit is bass/groove/vibe. That seems to be untouched territory on this song, as far as I can find, so I embraced a new direction. It's got an R&B/Electronic vibe that slowly build while scattering in the notable motifs from the original. I reharmonized the chord structure, and took my own liberties on the bass line, made my own samples, etc. This is one of my all time favorite games that I've played through countless times since I was a kid. Track is made with respect and affection. Cheers! ReMix: Source: