ReMix: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney "Trance Turnabout!"
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- Game: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (Capcom, 2005, NDS)
- ReMixer(s): DigiE
- Composer(s): Masakazu Sugimori, Naoto Tanaka
- Song(s): "Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney ~ Ending", "Pursuit ~ Cornered", "Testimony ~ Allegro 2001"
- Posted: 2010-01-18, evaluated by the judges
- Terms (BETA): duration-long electronic synth trance
DigiE, aka Maurice Willems and Sanjay Sampatsing, don't submit mixes that often, but each one thus far has been straightforward, enjoyable, well-crafted electronica, and this latest Phoenix Wright cut continues that trend. They write:
"HOLD IT, everyone! It's time for another submission!
Phoenix Wright/Ace Attorney is easily one of our favorite game series in recent years, and we figured after all the enjoyment we got out of it, it was time to pay homage to it in the best way that we could. As such, we've remixed 5 tracks of two PW games (The original and the third) into one cohesive (we hope) remix. We think it turned out rather well, as it was risky trying to break melody with something completely different at first, but it seems Capcom is sneakier than we thought because most of the melodies flow through each other so well we couldn't help but extend our ideas even beyond it and include even more themes to the remix!
There's undoubtedly still a lot of other songs we wish we could've included in this song (Cornered 2004, Objection 2001/2004, Turnabout Sisters, and many more), but it's already gotten a lot longer than we had originally planned for it to be, and some things sadly didn't work out as well as we had hoped. We also definitely would've wanted to do a little more with the END theme at the very end, but didn't want to risk extending it to the point of making an end too difficult. In the end, we're hoping you enjoy this remix!"
Mr. Luers, no stranger to the music of Mr. Wright, wrote:
"Much love for the PW soundtrack from me- I kept waiting for the "OBJECTION" soundclip, and I was happy to hear it (which pretty much flies in the face of all my soundclip beliefs). It really doesn't feel like a medley, and though a lot of the samples are pretty expected trance ones, there are enough sonic surprises to make this an exciting track. The ending piano I thought was fine, and was an interesting and cool way to wind the track down."
"Great work fellas, I've been a long time fan. Back since I first heard the OMF mix. Keep it up, remix moar."
Epic, anthemic, and as OA and others pointed out, miraculously avoids medleyitis while packing in quite a few source tunes. Maurice and Sanjay did a great job selecting tracks that really flow into one another, and the result truly feels like a cohesive, natural fit. Production's solid, beats and bass are heavy, and it's almost physically impossible not to toetap, headbob, or gesticulate rhythmically in some other fashion whilst listening. Excellent homage to the series' music!
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