ReMix: Sonic 3D Blast 'Power Puppet'
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Damn . . . another great one from jivemaster, also from the Sonic series but this time from the lesser known Sonic3D. I haven't actually played the game, but this ReMix makes me want to, if just for the soundtrack! Over a pulsating, alternating Bassline with a captial 'B', the jivemaster concocts a great ReMix with a lot of motion to it. His synth lines in particular have that 'alive' analogueish feel to them that makes things more interesting. I'd definitely download this, jivemaster's second submitted Sonic ReMix, and hope that he does more :)
- dANGER boy on December 13, 2011
- Bahamut on December 25, 2009
It's okay for what it is: very standard, dark techno. But I really think it's one of the obvious early ones.
It's a good base, but I would have wanted more built upon it.
- Marmiduke on May 29, 2009
- metalsnakejuice on April 19, 2009
- DragonAvenger on April 16, 2009
- OA on May 31, 2007
Compared to the beginning, it was rather calm after about one minute or so, then took an another gasp of breath and started out once again, only to stale into something more slow. It was mainly the same samples being used, there wasn't a moment when suddenly a new element jumped out of the shadows to surprise you with a new melody or beat. The best part of this remix was the beginning, that I can say.
mechanicaldeathegg wrote: once again Jivemaster controls chaos.
MOAR LIEK CHAOS EMERALDS M I RITE? :roll:
- Bummer on July 11, 2006
- darkmelee on April 28, 2006
The lo-fi strings are a nice touch. Overall the song is way too repetitive. It's kinda like one short song played twice. And there's just not much going on. I mean, I'd still dance to it after a few drinks, but only after a few drinks.
- meccaneer on April 3, 2006
Not the mix I am waiting for, but it IS excellent stuff.
- Axe Canabrava on February 7, 2005
- njsykora on May 7, 2004
- MegaManXxX on July 10, 2003
- DJ_Aquagenesis on March 1, 2003
- mechanicaldeathegg on September 25, 2002
Jivemaster's interpretation of Sonic 3D's Panic Puppet Zone remixed is a darkish type mood. Fairly techno, a bit minimal, making use of a thumping reverberated bass drum, a thickish bass and a plethora of synths. I must say the song is quite different from the original, which is how I intended it, keeping it mainly bass orientated while using other synths to add variation. My real gripe with this was my choice to leave the clap right above the kick, which consequently causes quite a bit of distortion at times. Panning slightly to the left or right would have been a good idea, or I could have laid off the compression a bit. I was pretty happy with it overall, but looking at it now, I could have done much more.
- Jivemaster on May 10, 2002