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PRC236 - Results are in: Battle for Supremacy (Supremacy)

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I've voted! A great turnout with a great source, and it was really cool to hear all these different styles and takes on the source.

--Eino

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Voted. Great turnout indeed!

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Voted! Everyone must have liked the source tune, because there were a ton of submissions! :)

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voted! good round everyone, im glad its not just two people this time, haha.

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Voted! Great to see such a big turnout again!

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Voted. That one was really difficult 8O

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Phew! almost forget to vote. I didn't listen on my studio headphones, so comments about production may not be accurate.

Good job everyone.

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It's results time.

Total number of mixes - 8

Total number of votes - 11

Maximum Score - 36.

OneUp submitted a bonus mix.

DrumJ8 gets the last place wooden spoon, but the three points he got by voting are well deserved.

Esperado got 10 points, but ends at the sixth place.

Trism and FreakyT tied with 11 points at fourth place.

Yami was close for the first place for a while, but ends at 16 points and third place.

Garpocalypse did a good job as well, his 18 points are worth the second place.

And the winner of PRC236 is Sir Nuts with 24 points.

Congratulations Sir Nuts. During the voting stage Yami and Garpocalypses came really close, but at the end they couldn't stop you for winning this one. I'm very happy with 8 songs and 11 votes. Nobody forgot to take his 3 point bonus!!

Sir Nuts, send your source to me (with a MID/MP3 file, otherwise send a second source with a MID file) by PM, other options are PM me @ ThaSauce or by e-mailing to bambombim@gmail.com (I prefer a PM @Ocremix).

You may select any source from any game, as long as it doesn't have an Overclocked Remix and it hasn't been on PRC before. Check it at the list:

http://sites.google.com/site/bambombim/prc

http://bambombim.googlepages.com/PRCRemixList.doc (also downloadable via the link above).

Send your source as fast as you can, but before this Friday, 25th of Janauary 2013.

You can find the votes with comments here:

http://compo.thasauce.net/votes/index/PRC236

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Crazy good round. I'm thrilled you guys liked my mix enough for second place.

I tried to give everyone's mix 3-5 playthroughs before commenting but if you need me to elaborate on anything, or just call me a jerk for writing off your hard work, then feel free to send me a PM.

Congrats to Sir Nuts!

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Wow, third place in the end, even if it seemed to be really close. Congrats to Sir_NutS, you deserve it, and I'm really looking forward to your source

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congrats sir_nuts! and good job everyone. lots of nice submissions! looking forward to the next round!

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Excellent work everyone! And thanks to everyone who left feedback for me, it's much appreciated!

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Great round. I hope to see some of you back for the next one :)

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i want to thank everyone for their feedback. i think its one of the most important aspects of these competitions. I do have one question for you. it seemed a common theme was that i needed to work on the lead sound a bit. what suggestions do you guys have for future compositions to make a lead more pleasant?

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It really didn't sound like a bad lead for the mix it just sounded monotonous by the time the song was halfway done. It was more about creating an engaging mix the whole way through than the lead itself and that's something that's going to take a lot of time to learn how to do.

The mix I submitted for example, used two distinctly different electronic lead sounds with one being doubled and split 20L/20R and the other one straight up the center. Small things like that keep the ear engaged.

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