Hey everyone, we're likely changing the album field for all of the individual OC ReMixes to just "ocremix.org" -- without http:// or our recent change to https://.
It would potentially future-proof that field vs other eventual prefix changes to the website URL, although we haven't had that many in the first place.
Here's where I need your feedback: are there any services/programs where you think our discoverability would be negatively affected by making this change to just "ocremix.org" as the album title?
As far as I can tell, there aren't many services like Last.fm that people use anymore, and some scrobbling-style services won't even display full website URLs as album titles. I can't think of any compelling reason not to change it, but if you have one, please let me know.
TheVideoGamer submitted a bonus song.
Trism got 15 points, not enough to avoid the the last place wooden spoon
And the winner of PRC405 is PlanarianHugger with 17 points!!.
PlanarianHugger, you are the winner and may pick a source for PRC407. Send the source to me (with a MID/MP3 file, otherwise send a second source with a MID file) by PM, other options are PM me @ ThaSauce or by e-mailing to firstname.lastname@example.org (I prefer a PM @Ocremix). Send your sources as fast as you can, but before next Wednesday (26 February 2020), 11:00 AM ThaSauce time (18:00 UTC, 19:00 GMT).
You may select any source from any game, but not a source with an OverClocked remix or a source which has been used in PRC before. An overview of the past PRC's can be found in the following links (I recently updated this site):
http://bambombim.googlepages.com/PRCRemixList.doc (also downloadable via the link above).
http://compo.thasauce.net/rounds/view/prc405 for the votes and comments.
PRC406 already started:
You are one of the most consistent remixers on YouTube, and for that reason I've long appreciated your work. You have an excellent collection of synths, basses, and drum kits, all giving your compositions a very distinct sound that readily makes your work aurally identifiable. One day, I hope to approach your level of production skill so that my own work will be as well polished. Keep it up!