This is our second ReMix from Starblaze since his initial, impressive debut with September's Xenogears piece. This is a longer, more developed, and definitely more reticent and understated arrangement that gets a little more dramatic towards its conclusion. Some interesting chord work, good samples including solo piano, competent mixing, and the timpani, brass, church bell and cymbals at the conclusion are all strong elements. Judges were divided, but this piece was initially submitted at an unnecessarily high bitrate, which accounted for at least some of the confusion and hence delay. Regardless of bitrate, some felt it was a little underdeveloped - particularly the ending - and perhaps too simple. I can see where it could have been extended maybe thirty seconds longer for one or two more ideas, but personally I hesitate to suggest that brevity is too much of a problem, as it's more often the opposite issue that comes up. As for simplicity - it's definitely a bit slow, but I thought some of the chord work and nesting was rather interesting and unexpected, so that was enough for me. In the end, this boiled down to my making the tiebreaking decision, and I think because of the interesting arrangement and above-average sound quality it's a good addition. I'd like to see Evan combine some of the excitement and energy of his first mix with the more developed ideas of his second and come up with a killer combination of both, but we'll have to wait and see. Good stuff.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (Nintendo, 1991, SNES)
Music by Koji Kondo
- "Ending (Staff Roll)"
- 3,277,882 bytes
- Size: 3,277,882 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: 57b7c4e0c68b65806eb40dff68470e5d
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