Posted 2014-01-13, evaluated by djpretzel
The year is young, but Dustin "Theory of N" Lagaly is already in early contention for "Goofiest Mix Title of 2014" with this elaborate chip funk compo jam that's a complete blast, mashing up reptile & crustacean with delicious results:
Hey, guys. The first round of voting for both brackets of the Grand Maverick Remix Battle is almost over, but I was so satisfied with my remix, I decided to go ahead and sub what I had. The original title was "Sting Chameleon Takes a Bubble Bath," as suggested by a friend of mine, but as it was pointed out to me by the community, using "bubble bath" in a mix title has been used quite a bit. So I modified it a little.
Aside from one rhythmic motif in Bubble Crab's theme, I pretty much sucked both sources dry of material in this remix. Here's the breakdown I posted on the GMRB thread. For the sake of this, I'm going to say that each source's melody has a part A and part B, which should be pretty apparent from listening to them.
- 0:08-0:34 - Bubble Crab's (BC) intro modified for 4/4 time. Slightly more subtle at 0:16.
- 0:34-0:52 - Sting Chameleon's (SC) A
- 0:52-1:09 - BC's B
- 1:09-1:27 - SC's A fragmented
- 1:44-2:03 - BC's B
- 2:03-2:16 - BC's intro (modified) underneath a heavily modified SC-A for 6/8 time.
- 2:16-2:29 - BC-A
- 2:29-2:48 - SC-B
- 2:49-3:01 - SC-A and BC-A alternating
- 3:15-3:28 - SC-B and BC-B at the same time
- 3:28-3:41 - chords are from BC's theme after the melody
Lots of neat things going on with modified, overlapping, and interchanging melodies. Slick 4/4 - 6/8 time change, lo-fi chip breaks... and funk. Hope you guys enjoy!"
Nice source breakdown, and actually Dustin said most of what needs to be said about this mix, leaving me with little to add; it's a really fun ride while still being musically interesting, and the chip/lofi work is spot-on. This is the funkiest & tightest lead AND bass sequencing I think I've heard from Dustin yet, and everything just clicks. Fantastic stuff that blends sources perfectly & amuses with its mix title even as it galvanizes with a truly infectious vibe; the bathroom products may be cheap, but the groove is priceless!
on 2014-01-23 17:45:20
Really enjoyed this mix! Everything flowed so well together and felt at home on a SNES. I especially enjoyed the portion of the song from about 2:24 onward where it almost sounded like Rose's theme from Street Fighter Alpha 2. Fantastic job!
on 2014-01-17 12:59:35
Love that descending arp on the outro! Sounds so much like an arcade game, I love it! Reminds me of the japanese band Sexy Synthesizer
on 2014-01-17 10:29:17
Great remix man! I especially like the 6/8 part, and the ending was also very nice.
on 2014-01-14 10:33:12
Smooth, slick and funky! With a funny title, and a sweet mixing of sources together, this is a very entertaining ReMix! Great job, Theory of N!
on 2014-01-14 06:15:36
Cheap bathroom product?
First thing I thought of when I read the title was Poopourri... . augh the influences of a little brother.
on 2014-01-13 20:36:01
This one was one of the best songs in that GMRB, nice to see it posted!
on 2014-01-13 18:30:20
Not only is this arrangement sick as heck, but it's just absolutely well executed. The quality of the sound is just wonderful. Thank you so much.
on 2014-01-13 18:17:11
Nice mixpost, bro!
Glad to see it on the site so soon after MAG.
on 2014-01-13 17:07:58
Leave it to the title to describe the remix.
This is honestly one of the more creative remixes I've listened to in awhile. The concept of meshing Bubble Crab and Sting Chameleon never crossed my mind, but you managed to make it work. Not only is the remix catchy and funky, but the way both sources play off each other is very well executed. My ear picks up more Sting in contrast to Bubble, but it's as if this track works more in Bubble Crab's stage due to the fast-paced melody.
on 2014-01-13 16:15:03
I'm all about this mix, right here. Killer stuff.
on 2014-01-13 13:57:29
Awesome arrangement man.
on 2014-01-13 13:42:53
Suave and juicy
on 2014-01-13 13:27:08
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Sources Arranged (2 Songs, 2 Games)
- Primary Game:
Mega Man X2 (Capcom, 1994, SNES)
Music by Yuki Iwai
- "Bubble Crab Stage"
- Additional Game:
Mega Man X (Capcom, 1993, SNES)
Music by Makoto Tomozawa, Setsuo Yamamoto, Toshihiko Horiyama, Yuki Iwai, Yuko Takehara
- "Sting Chameleon Stage"
- Chiptune, Synth
- Effects > Lo-Fi
Origin > Competition
Time > Time Signature: Variable
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