Newcomers with interest often ask the question: "How do I become a ReMixer?" While I don't think there's any single magical combination of steps you can take, software or hardware you can buy, or materials you can study and learn from, I'd point to PxFury as someone who's gone about things in a way that makes sense to me. He's worked on his pieces quite a bit and polished this submission *before* submitting it, he's gotten feedback from others and used that to improve his work, and he chose not to submit his earlier piece and waited until he had something he thought was 100% ready. Kudos to yudos, sir. I'm not saying that process is right for everyone, but like I said, it makes sense to me, and the end result is this excellent Sonic 2 ReMix you have before you tonight. Booming, thick techno trance of the "heavy reverb & downbeat" variety, with some piano thrown in, some great swirly glass pads, a nice break at about two minutes and a slick and coherent intro and ending that make for a tight package that comes together well. A stellar first effort, there's perhaps room for improvement in the drums department, though this is a genre that doesn't always facilitate developing that particular aspect. I enjoyed hearing this specific track taken apart and pieced back together like this - worked better than I'd have expected, and some of the chromatic intro/outro stuff is delicious in this context. Great way to start from PxFury, truly, and a recommended track.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (Sega, 1992, GEN)
Music by Masato Nakamura
- "Robotnik Battle"
- 3,290,891 bytes
- Size: 3,290,891 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: fdf6aabc103300d7a9e7a12dd1348cda
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