Finally we come to Rozovian, with this tricky, aggressive electronica SM cut off of BadAss:
"This track had a short trip through the wip board way back, then took a vacation and resurfaced as part of the boss themes project. It's a little better than those previous versions I had, some elements going back to before Eat Your Own Dust (to '04 or so), some parts being _somewhat_ more recent additions. It's always had the signature time sig of the source, but at some point I decided to have a little more fun with time sigs and... this is the result."
Ad's definitely woven something with both energy & complexity, taking his game up a notch in the process. This is more aggressive & has more forward momentum than his previous mixes, which were more on the chill/ambient side of the fence, and it illustrates both versatility & depth. halc writes:
"pretty solid. really interpretive but instantly recognizable arrangement, well chosen sounds, and the meter changes were fun, though there were a few awkward beats in there. I felt as if the low end was just slightly crowded during some of the busier sections, but overall this is really solidly produced. good transitions too, I especially loved the one at 2:40, and that section until the end. you got a great industrial sound going there."
"Just throwing an opinion way after the fact on this. Nothing else to say other than great jorb! [sic] Loving the creativity and dynamics of this one, without a doubt. Agreed with OA completely in feeling that the production and sound should have sounded even more aggressive, but that's not to take away from the excellent ideas and nice execution here. Definitely a side of Rozo's work I'd never heard before, and very cool stuff!"
Ditto that; always nice to see artists go in a new direction, and I think Rozo made a lot of good decisions with how to approach this arrangement. This concludes our three mix introduction to our newest staff members, and I think all three mixes speak well of them, each in their own distinct way; grats to all!
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Super Metroid (Nintendo, 1994, SNES)
Music by Kenji Yamamoto (I), Minako Hamano
- "Big Boss Confrontation BGM (Ridley, Draygon)"
- Electronic, Synth
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