In 2003, we moved to www.ocremix.org (NOT .COM!) and released our first album project, Super Metroid: Relics of the Chozo...
... and posted 197 ReMixes, too. Chozo paved the way for all the albums to follow, so credit where credit is due to project director Protricity.
We'll be posting the next five "years" later today, so we leave you for now with Rozovian's latest mix from OoT. Rozo rites:
"I have no recollection of my idea for it from when I started this, but I know that at some point I felt I was relying a bit too heavily on the filtered drum loops. Not sure what I did about it, but I like how it ended up sounding. I found myself thinking of the Lost Woods tune and thinking it sounds a bit like the Windmill tune, so I tacked it on at the end, added some more ending... Somewhere during development I added a Red Brinstar-like pattern in the background during some parts, and later a sustained lead/semi-lead just because all the sustain-less bell synths were getting annoying. I also did a few key changes just to vary the sound a little. I should have changed time sig as well... maybe next time.
...my usual fake shaker is there too, subtly crazy at 2:34 with a neat high-resonance-on-filter sound. I'm expecting it to turn into birdcussion one of these days. :D"
Smooth, cool, zen electronica is what one has come to expect from Rozovian, and that's what we get here. I think the judges, and probably myself, would prefer that Ad start at least experimenting with working a kick drum and more established, solid beats into his work, just to see where it takes him; the bass here feels a little unanchored to me at times. Nevertheless, overall good, enveloping stuff; BGC writes:
"I love the groove. Lots of sparkling timbres and syncopation coupled with a really energetic bassline and sweeping pads. I dig it, yes I do. I think Roz knows our general guidelines, but he likes to push the limits with his arrangments, and hey, I can appreciate that. (Larry might not, but he smellz). :)"
Indeed. Possibly Rozo's best mix yet, and you gotta love the OoT OST; stay tuned for more!
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Sources Arranged (3 Songs, 2 Games)
- Primary Game:
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Nintendo, 1998, N64)
Music by Koji Kondo
- "Lost Woods"
- Additional Game:
Super Metroid (Nintendo, 1994, SNES)
Music by Kenji Yamamoto (I), Minako Hamano
- "Brinstar - Red Soil Wetland Area"
- 5,707,776 bytes
- Size: 5,707,776 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: 621603b137d49c8337e5562437fedb64
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