Posted 2016-11-16, evaluated by Liontamer
This weekend Gamer's Rhapsody 3 takes place in Minneapolis, Minnesota (Fri Nov. 18th to Sun. Nov. 20th) - we'll have a panel and OceansAndrew will tell you about all the cool things... for EXAMPLE, this bumpin' "Gerudo Valley" EDM ReMix that was featured on Spring Break DJ Set:
"The goal behind the mix was to pair up the classic song with a hard-hitting club anthem style. There are a few club tropes used, but I tried to throw in some surprises as well, and a lot of cool effects. For best results, listen to this loud. :-)"
Gamer's Rhapsody has certainly grown since the first iteration that I attended, steadily multiplying its attendance and featuring some great guests and even a ReMix contest we'll be judging, this year. As for the mix, Luers cops to the tasteful usage of a few tropes, so this will sound a little familiar at parts, but they're tropes for a reason, they tend to work well when done right, and they're done pretty darn right here, plus there are surprises that color outside the lines a bit; I especially dug the dramatic vocalizing that comes through during the intro & some of the harmony/counter-melody parts are sweet, too. A fun, energetic, & accessible treatment of a classic Zelda theme - enjoy, check out Spring Break DJ Set for more, and check out Gamer's Rhapsody this weekend if you're near Minneapolis!
on 2016-11-30 13:49:05
Definitely a little different from the typical Gerudo Valley remix. I like it! Although I think it could've been better if it had a freestyle section instead of staying so close to the source.
on 2016-11-27 08:21:22
Yeah, I also noticed a bit of Bolero of Fire in the intro Neat cameo! As for the mix itself, when I heard it for the first time, I wasn't completly sold on the concept of a hard-hitting EDM arrangement, but I dig it a lot now. I just can't resist tapping my toes Gotta love the section @1:57 most of all, though - dat groove is just rad. And the overall work is damn catchy - mad props to OCU and OA!
on 2016-11-20 16:15:31
Bolero of Fire is appropriate. Because it was named "Time Crush", I was looking for the Song of Time at first.
I like the moment at 2:10-2:12. My favourite section is from 2:28 to 2:43. Not sure what's going on there but I quite like it.
on 2016-11-18 21:58:13
.....Why has no one reviewed yet?
Is it because it was on the Spring Break album?
Is that...Bolero of Fire at the beginning there?
Overall, this is gold.
on 2016-11-15 13:13:52
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Nintendo, 1998, N64)
Music by Koji Kondo
- "Gerudo Valley"
- Electronic, Synth
- 6,758,926 bytes
- Size: 6,758,926 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: 9575093017d6b85baec4391836c6228f
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