Posted 2010-05-13, evaluated by djpretzel
If you checked out Echoes already - and I hope you did - then you probably already rocked out to this trance opus by Mr. Aguirre, who writes:
"I want to thank my wife Jade for crackin the whip and telling me to get involved with the final fantasy 4 echoes of betrayal light of redemption remix project. I normally would have thought my plate was too full, but she encourages me and compliments me to get things done and it seems I can. I actually do better now that I'm married to her, its a true blessing. Thanks to OA for taking me on at the last second. I've always loved this track from the game and imagined it as a dance track very easily. The bassline has been enhanced and I added several compositional parts to the piece. The execution seemed to work and i'm happy with the end result..."
I ended up picking 'Golbez 'N Goblins' for the album release's flood, so we've had to wait awhile, but it was basically a toss-up at the time - both of these tracks are fantastic, and show off the formidable power Jordan brought to the album. This was an easy direct post, so I have no judge comments to lazily use as filler, but Larry just contributed something on IRC:
[21:10] * Liontamer is listening to bLiNd - Final Fantasy IV Bridge to Eternity OC ReMix [http://www.ocremix.org] (04:24)
[21:11] <Liontamer> that's the song I tested Jose's YouTube video with when I first started uploading them, so it's got a special place in my cold, cold heart
[21:12] <Liontamer> also good exercise music for me
There you go, celebrity endorsement - warms hearts AND tones abs! Thick trance mix with a heavy beat & sidechain that leaves space for shimmering lead melody chords. The transition into solo synth melody at 2'14" is quite slick, as the pulsing, thumping beat and accompaniment lift up and out before settling back into power anthem territory. It's one thing to make fantastic trance mixes with amazing production values and infectious grooves, but in this case I think the chord progression and source material in general were a bit more challenging, a bit less intuitive in terms of tailoring for the genre. And yet Jordan still makes it all sound 100% natural - a true gift, and always a pleasure to see him applying it, in any context. Great stuff!
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