Good meat and potatoes extended techno trance ReMix of Tales of Phantasia from newcomer klm09. I don't have too awful much to say myself, so I'll revert to the tried-and-true "quote the judges" tactic: Digital Coma writes "This is a solid meat and potatoes, sweet as saccharine 'tronica track. The drumline is catchy and the synth lead complements the piano. I especially enjoyed the percussion from 2:59 to 3:12 and from 4:41 to the end. Good stuff." while Malcos adds: "I like the way that this progresses into the main mix. Nice use of effects (just the right amount of reverb), good arrangement, mixing." Meanwhile, in a galaxy far, far away, DiscoDan raises a couple concerns: "Well, after listening to the original, it seems you've completely overhauled the chord progression, which isn't so bad, as I really dig where you've taken it, but it seems you've left the melody and accompaniament in tact enough that there are notes that just weren't intended for your new chord progression." - I'd agree with all three, and concur with DD that they do sound a little odd in the context they've been assigned. At any rate, I esp. dug the offbeat tradeup technique on the intro and the build, and like Digital Coma thought some of the percussion thrown in towards the end spiced things up satisfactorily. A good first mix from klm09 that's catchy, coherent, and enjoyable.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Tales of Phantasia (Namco, 1994, SNES)
Music by Motoi Sakuraba, Ryota Furuya, Shinji Tamura, Toshiyuki Sekiguchi
- "Morlia Gallery"
- 5,865,472 bytes
- Size: 5,865,472 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: 3101d716ae30b13b0fc57f91a64e0ed9
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