OCR01705 - *YES* Xenogears 'Babel: A Prison of Fate'
Posted 11 December 2007 - 08:26 AM
Wilbert Roget, II
Comments: "I actually recorded this shortly after the 2007 OCR meetup in D.C., and just never got around to finalizing/submitting until now. That factoid is relevant because it wasn't until that meetup that I realized some people might actually *want* to hear my random and overly-aggressive piano playing! Anyways, I hope you all enjoy it, it's my first "solo" remix project and I'm still getting a feel for things."
Wilbert Roget, II
Posted 11 December 2007 - 04:08 PM
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Posted 12 December 2007 - 01:31 AM
I love the sound to this; it's very dark and intimate.
Posted 18 December 2007 - 07:36 PM
Posted 18 December 2007 - 09:09 PM
Fedora Roget in: A Prison of Fate
by Jon Titterington
INT. APT BUILDING - NIGHT
FEDORA ROGET (24) sits at a digital piano, pounding out a Xenogears arrangement. Light from a streetlamp shines through window blinds, casting a shadow across his back. A JUDGE, obscured by shadow, leans against the opposite wall smoking a cigarette.
This is pretty good. There's no substitute for an acoustic piano though. As emotive as the performance is, I can't help dwelling on how synthetic it feels when compared to the real thing.
What, so you're gonna NO this?
I didn't say that. I'm just making a tired point.
I don't have time for this.
Alright kid, have it your way. You've got my seal of approval. The pretzel will be pleased.
Good. Now get the hell out.
(turning to leave)
Sure thing. I've gotta ask though, was anyone with you the night Donna died?
No. I was doing field work.
Great. On my way over, I went ahead and stuck her body in your trunk. Work on that alibi before the cops get here.
A wail of police sirens is heard in the distance. Roget throws his piano bench across the room and pulls a .44 from his shoulder holster, leveling it at the Judge.
BASTARD! You think you're gonna get away with this?
Posted 14 January 2008 - 02:52 AM
Man, this sounded like all the highs got cut with extreme prejudice, so I don't see how the production was excellent. If anything, it undermined the nice ambiance generated by the chords here, as Palpable mentioned. Otherwise, solid stuff, IMO. Already passed, but I've been busy lately and don't want to let anything go without a comment. Keep submitting more stuff, Will!
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