I'm gonna set up a file with all the missing songs from the doc which I have (don't know which ones are send and which one not).
Link comes up soon.
Djbritt - Happy Little Ninjas
Djbritt - Move It Out
DJ Siamey - Realization
kMax - Party Ninja
kwix - Volitation
Mas9dj - Hard Working Dudes
MSL - Racing on the Rainbow Road
Nesper - Recapture
RushJet1 - Mysterious Star
Spunodi - The Other Side
Strike911 - A 3D Character in the World
Strike911 - Dreamtrance Barbie
Tranceparent - Sign of Evil
These are the songs in the archive and I didn't see in the torrent (if I looked correctly). Hope it helps.
Nice, I noticed how fast that Bitwig loaded and I didn't need to "refresh plugins" manually. And, boy, does FL love to crash!! Premier Sandboxing sounds intriguing. May as well give Cakewalk a shot (but they say nothing is for free...maybe it data-mines your PC!!??) **the NSA approves of this message** ...I love how my mind takes me on useless tangents. Anyhoo, thanks for input guys! Hmm...now that I have Omnisphere...I'll need to grab something that is decent for orchestral stuff. Being an aspiring composer is not a cheap hobby x_X
Maybe it loads quickly on Windows, but on Mac it’s a bit of a tired old dog. It loads slowly, and the GUI also slows down on bigger tracks. These are all known issues, and the devs are working on improvements here, but wrt. performance Logic beats it without even trying. Of course Logic has been incredibly optimized for MacOS, where Bitwig’s focus has been on other aspects, and it only affects you if you run on Mac, but I thought I’d point it out. There is a lot of other stuff to like about it though!
Thanks for sharing, and congrats on the debut. I enjoyed this ReMix. I like the creativity in arrangement and sound design. It definitely makes it onto my personal playlist.
0:00 - I like the piano here and the subtle effects, very emotional, 0:12 - Tambourine rhythm seemed a bit off, 0:16 - nice guitar (is this hammond here?), and I love the toms, 0:32 - loving the sound of the pad here with those 'slip' effects and that vox-sine-like lead, 0:50 - that is really interesting clock sound, it has a lot of character, seriously!, 0:52 - I like the bass guitar (hammond) sound, nice attack, 1:06 excellent use of the 70s prog sound here,1:19 - this verse did not resonant with me musically for some reason, but I really like the hammond sounds, excellent work there, 1:47 - deviates from the source in a way that I'm just not feeling, but that's just personal preference, it's well executed though, 2:15 - I'm feeling it here, very epic, spine-tingling, excellent percussion and synth lead 2:43 - 2:50 - Interesting prog transition, fits well in the piece, 2:51 - I really like this transition with the effects and those toms are lightning, 3:07 - I like this progressive section, it brings out the sense of peril in contrast to the confidence from the beginning of the track, epic, 3:18 - again, great transition, loving the synth lead here, nice snare hits on the 3rd beat, cymbals sound great, nice kick drum programming, 3:35 - yes, second round, nice modulation on the synth lead here, its really building up, nice vibrato and improvisation, 3:43 - wow, just wow, that is unexpected but works so perfectly here, very powerful arrangement, loving it, though, I wish that the synth release would have been longer and we had more time to digest that moment before jumping into 3:53 - nice build-up here with the snare, 3:58 - this section is well executed, I do like the pitch bend and improvisation on the them in the synth lead, 4:12 - for me, the dissonance here is out of place, 4:22 - nice harmonization, Ending - clock sound was a bit too extended and distracting in my opinion.
Overall, excellent mix, very well done. Every new Chrono Trigger ReMix has to fill big shoes, and your track pulled it off. My main qualm is that post-3:43, the track felt a rushed. Thanks so much for taking the time to make and share your track!
I've got Bitwig, but haven't really put it through its paces. It definitely holds its own, and the modularity of the environment is awesome.
A couple other bonuses:
It loads VERY quickly,
It scans & detects new VSTs in near real-time, and...
It has best-in-the-industry sandboxing of VST plugins, where a plugin can crash, disappear, then reload itself all while your song is still playing, without crashing the DAW.
If I'm just wanting to load a VST quickly to mess around, Bitwig is my go-to now, because of the above. Still wanna wrap my head around it enough to actually make a complete song, but I'm thinking B3 will be a good incentive.