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  1. New Rendition: "Pain (Strings Rendition)" Download: http://bit.ly/2vI6acI Original Song By: Jimmy Eat World First one of 2017!
  2. I'm a big anime fan and fan of the classical scores used in the alot of anime. Gurren Lagann or Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagan is a pretty good short mech anime with decent scores. My favorite Gurren Lagann instrumental comes in the final battle between Genome and Simon as heard here (All of You, Get Fired Up!- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X4_2...). This track samples from it and with some drums and piano to make chill Gurren Lagan Mashup. It's somewhat vanilla but it's chill Enjoy.
  3. UPDATE: FL Studio Version Hello, I'm a new user here and I would like to share a remix that I am working on with you guys and ask some basic feedback about the project in its current stage of development. Before jumping in, please consider the follow comments, to get an idea of where I am coming from and what I'm trying to accomplish. I am looking for feedback on some specific points. Tracks Used So I tried to combine a number of BGM's from the classic Gameboy game 'Volley Fire'. During development I noticed some easy to make connections with snippets from Starfox's Corneria theme, so I put those in as well. That gets us the following list: Stage Select (VF) Stage A (VF) Stage B (VF) Corneria (SF) I wanted to at least give the old source tunes a sound update and create a progressively expanding scene, adding more instruments, driven by a nice beat. I initially started playing around on the piano, going on my memory of the original tracks, but soon found out my memory was slightly off. But this created some nice variation that makes it a more true remix. What I'd Like Feedback On You should know that I have only started making music since november 2014. I have made a number of private compositions since, and this would be my second "completed" video game remix. I do not have professional music making software, but rather am using MuseScore2, which is a notation program. For that reason, I am not looking for feedback on the quality of sounds and instrument samples. I know these are lacking. Mastering is not too much of a concern at this point either, because the program isn't made to do that. Until I can invest in something like Fruity Loops, I want to limit the scope to other areas: Does the overall composition work? Do you think the transitions between sections are alright, or are they too sudden or weird? What would be a good way to transition them nicely so that it feels like a whole? Is the total length alright? Does the track have enough variety, keeping it interesting enough to listen to from beginning to end? What do you think of my use of the source material? Is it 'remixy' enough? I realize that sound quality and mastering might effect how you answers some of these questions, but hopefully this will be useful enough anyway. Thanks for taking the time to listen and respond! Looking forward to learning from you guys and becoming a better musician in the process. Remix Link Find the track on SoundCloud here: https://soundcloud.com/user-227517766/folly-fire-volley-fired-feedback-ready I'm naming it either "Folly Fire" or "Volley Fire'd", probably preferring the first. Source Tunes Link Volley Fire: (video description has timestamps to the relevant sections) Starfox Corneria: https://youtu.be/eclAC0JQJYk --RM
  4. Here is an acoustic/classical arrangement from dragon quest 7 "days of sadness" and "with sadness in heart" (composed by Koichi SUGIYAMA) For this arrangement, I wanted sthg minimalist in the building and in the instrumentation. I thank @Katamari (guitar), @Chris ~ Amaterasu (violin, viola & cello) and @Arvangath(bass) who have collaborated with me. Enjoy! https://soundcloud.com/bluelighter0085/dragon-quest-7-deeper-in-the-heartmp3
  5. For several years I've been a piano guy but since I had to part ways with my keyboard over a year ago band can't get my hand on a new one I decided to take up guitar for something to practice music on since I have access to one. Now so far I'm following everything, making chords, strumming and all that makes sense but no matter how I place my fingers they seem to just lightly touch the strings they're not supposed to making it impossible to play chords. I can stretch my fingers way out but then I lose all flexibility in my hands making it even harder to play. I know I must be doing something wrong because my brother can play decently despite his hands being twice as big.
  6. Hey everyone, Here is my latest addition to my audio engineering portfolio. The arrangement is by Andy Gullahorn who is a great singer songwriter. Check out his site at www.andygullahorn.com. I am pretty happy with how this mix came out and was curious as to what people thought. All of the instruments were recorded live.
  7. I'm currently looking for somebody experienced in Strings (Cello/Violin), Keyboards, Recording, Programming, Turntables, Experimental/Avant Garde instrumentation, AND/or samples. I emphasize AND because I'm looking for somebody multi-faceted. I don't necesarily need ALL of the above, but eventually I plan on in some way incorporating most if not all of the above. The primary goal is to make quality music that in it's depth can be reproduced live with many layers and moving parts. I don't want to record tracking and sound bite it in a live setting. I feel like that's lazy. Many groups use sound bites in live setting to build suspense/atmosphere or to send a message. We are preparing to record an EP with 5 tracks and plan to have that completed within the year. The group is currently 5 strong: Vocals, Lead Guitar, Rythm Guitar, Bass, Drums. I would call our sound "Melodic Death Metal", sounds veining from bands such as Soilwork, At The Gates, Children of Bodom, Lamb of God, and Slipknot to name a few. I personally perform vocals and strive to incorporate many elements of different stylistic approaches towards music and conveyance. I sing moderately well, Low end of my gutterals can be compared to Phil Bozeman from "Whitechapel", High end screams can compare to Trevor Strnad from "The Black Dahlia Murder". I have been exercising my metal vocals for about 8 years now. We play in drop "A" tuning and practice regularly. I have scoured several websites for people that can fill this role, I feel that the music is incomplete without these missing elements. We are very serious artists and strive to achieve great things. If you feel that you could be a fit, or are in any way able to help us out, please let me know. Reply here or send me an E-mail at justinjgomez@outlook.com If you want to hear a playthrough of one of our tracks, lyrics or Guitar Pro files, I have all of that on hand. Send me an E-mail. Thanks, -Justin
  8. Hello Remixers, I am wondering if I should seek to invest in a good string library, and if so, what are some recommendations? I already have Komplete 9 Ultimate which comes with Action Strings, Session Strings Pro, and Kontakt Strings. I don't know if it is just my skills falling short of making them sound good, or if I could use better source material. I use both FL Studio and Sibelius 7.5 as DAWs. I've done a lot of research, but I don't want to spend the money if it's just my skills that need the upgrade. I've been playing violin for almost 20 yrs and have played in several orchestras. I know what "good" sounds like, but I am new to the remixing scene. Thanks! Rodok SDG
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