ReMix: Tetris 'McVaffeQuasi Ultimix'
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Alright boys and girls, here's another first - fellow ReMixing comrades McVaffe and Quasikaotic - both dangerous men in their own right - have teamed up to throw some group glasnost at that immortal Russian puzzler Tetris' equally immortal (and sometimes painfully unforgettable) theme music! Yes, it's our first known ReMixer combination, and I think it was quite a successfull experiment. I'm assuming that the piano break is primarily McVaffe's work, as piano is his forte, and I think the transition using the sound effects carries nicely. I also LOVE the latin-esque rhythm on what sound like filtered bongo slaps, panned right, when the full drumline first enters. A great example of taking a theme and playing around with it quite a bit!!
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Not a COMPLETE rip-off, at least there is his own base and percussion. It's alright!
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Mimeblade wrote: I don't know if anyone knew this, or if they ever bothered to check it out, but the Gameboy Version of Tetris actually has something somewhat secretive to it's music. If you pause the game while the music plays and unpause it, the baseline for the music seems to increase or alter itself. Just something I found a long time ago that I'd share.
Whoa...it's interesting how it happens that way. It's either a glitch, or something that was intentional...I think it's a glitch.
Okay, anybody know the name of the Bach piece that is apparently what Song C is based off of? I can't seem to identify it.
So back on topic. I really like the game sound effects that you add here. I like how it goes from the original tune and eventually adds that amazing Russian beat. An awesome salute to the original. Good work.
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