So yeah, this is something that has gone through quite a few permutations, and this is my latest attempt:)
Thia was completely done on my phone, mostly during breaks at work, as I have very little time to do anything musical at all at home...I have a toddler;)
Most of this was done with Fruit Loops Mobile, with an excerpt from Caustic...the vocoder part. I did a quick and dirty master with Caustic mastering.
I appreciate the feedback the judges have given through this process...and I have tried to apply their critiques. High pass filter set low frequency, so cool.
I appreciate and wish for feedback, Thanks!:)
I love Kingdom Hearts as a series (it's been one of my favorites since 2004) and am happy to see more mixes from the series here (aside from KH1, it's shockingly under-represented). The original theme is one of the best melancholy battle themes out there and this remix certainly does it justice. It almost feels like a Limit Cut fight with Roxas could fit to this. The source is mostly easy to identify and the original material is great and blended masterfully. This is probably one of the better KH remixes on the site too, good job.
For my source, let's get close to a little indie game that stayed hidden.
Made by a little boy, Toby Fox, quite unknown in the game making scene...
That game is call Undertale, I'm not sure you know it but it's musics are good though."-AxLR
Stayed hidden? Dude...it's like the most popular game of all time lol. Whatcha talking about willis!?
I'm sure everyone knows Undertale by now haha.
Count me in anyways.
Soft ambient intro. There is a bit of a muffled sound to this mix overall. There are some good ideas in here, however I agree the arrangement feels a bit underdeveloped. Things are quite similar throughout, and with the slow pacing here, not a lot of content unfolds over the ~2min timeframe. Take a look at the arrangement and see what could be further expanded upon. I would also look at your EQ levels as mentioned by Emunator, you have a bit of muffle that should be easily fixable by re-introducing some highs.