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  2. I feel like this is way better than it has any right to be, having been made on a phone! I guess if you pick presets from a small selection, they won't clash too much. Does the app only allow 4 channels at once?
  3. Hey everyone! Here is a newly uploaded video of another arrangement I've made - A Secret of Mana Fantasia for full Orchestra taken from the Secret of Mana/Seiken Densetsu Soundtrack by Hiroki Kikuia. Secret of Mana was originally made for the SNES but has since enjoyed a remake. The music in this Fantasia include "Fear of the Haavens", "Into the thick of things", "a Wish", and "Fly into the Unknown". The pieces linked very well together in order to contrast the many atmospheres and emotions the game has in it on the course of the adventures in it. Disclaimer: Original music is by Hiroki Kikuta, visuals are screenshots of in-game footage and artwork.
  4. Damn, must be because I uploaded from my phone...from PC it Grant's permission automatically when you share a link. Let's see if I can fix it. Edit. Ok, I think it should play now.
  5. Thanks for your feedback! I'll try to make a new recording without metronome, but keeping a certain regularity in tempo. I undersant with metronome, the result can be too rigid.
  6. If nobody else enters, when the deadline is over, i will give the choice to HoboKa, depending if he's doing his entry as a bonus or a real submission.
  7. It's what's call a shuffle groove. You essentially putting in 4 quarter notes within a 3/4 time signature. Different from a poly-rhythm where it's 4 beats against 3 beats, since this is all quarter notes. I think Dex did a better job explaining than me lol.
  8. Hey, the permissions on your Google drive aren't letting me listen
  9. This is something I put together during breaks at work. I have a toddler, so time for doing anything musical is pretty much nonexistent. It was made using an app called Caustic on my cell phone. It's a redo of something I have posted on the forums before under a different name. When I first heard the app, I immediately thought of the sound of mod music on an Amiga computer, so I went with it. I used every machine the app has to try them all out, instead of just using the ones I think work/sound better. Tell me what you think:) https://drive.google.com/file/d/12maAZAic9CGEE7uxC204r5BkOk9omcGu/view?usp=drivesdk
  10. Love me some metal Mega Man. The production on this is top-notch and the arrangement is absolutely killer. More, please!
  11. Just threw this together quickly as I wanted to pay tribute to my favourite part of the new Streets of Rage 4 soundtrack. For me the soundtrack is really interesting, I personally miss the iconic melodies of the first two games but overall it works, and while I feel it is lacking those catchy melodies, suddenly there are moments like this in the game where it just hits home and immediately feels nostalgic even though it's brand new. https://youtu.be/LfDkxa2Teek
  12. Actually it's 4/4, just with a swing feel, so everything follows a triplet 8th note pattern. You could also notate it as 12/8.
  13. It's the drum pattern. It's tough to work with. It isn't 4/4 so that rules out n00bs like me who want to actually remix it rofl. At least I got it sounding OK. It sounds 3/4. Is that right? Or am I trippin'?
  14. Yo i love Mashiro Yuge work! He did the sick truxton soundtrack! This gives me some ideas.... Also, you forgot to change the title lol. Ridge Racer was last round haha.
  15. I knew it would come to this. Source coming shortly!
  16. A bit of an odd one. This source should be popular enough to garner some interest.... But i guess not.
  17. Yesterday
  18. submitted tentatively. If someone legit subs, I'll change status to BONUS to give them participation priority. Hopefully we'll see more.
  19. Nice arrangement, it's quite a bold switch to put this source into solo piano because it's a relatively sparse piece. I feel like maybe you've over-corrected some of the jazzier sections, which might benefit from being a little looser with the timings on the right-hand parts. My favourite section is actually the part from 3:22, because it feels more suited to piano.
  20. I'm really enjoying the spacey sound design here. The balance of airy, reverb-drenched pads and leads compared to the deep, constant presence of the kick and bass actually sat very nicely with me. I had high hopes for this track based on the first minute or so. However, it simply doesn't feel like it goes anywhere. There was so much tension introduced around the 2 minute mark but the buildup that culminated at 2:34 was a total tease. There's a huge amount of potential to bust into a double-time beat or add more rhythmic variations to really bring this arrangement home. I also have to second Rexy's feedback on the filter sweep that occupies the high frequencies - that needs to be toned down with volume or EQ adjustments. I also felt like the snare roll starting at 2:15 was comparatively lacking in energy and fell flat for me, independent of my thoughts on the arrangement itself. Some additional mid-frequency risers/percussion fills would help that transition fit more naturally. I want to hear more of this - the bones of this are great but I think you can push yourself further to take this from good to great without changing the core of what you've already written. NO (resubmit)
  21. The People's Remix Competition 409 PRCv17-07 Hello everyone and Welcome to the People's Remix Competition! DJ Mokram was the only one who got something in for PRC407. So he won by default and picked a source for PRC409. Source: Grind Stormer (GEN) - Night Bird MIDI File MP3 File Source Information ThaSauce link: Click here to submit The deadline is Wednesday June 10th 2020 at 10:59 am ThaSauce time (18:00 UTC, 19:00 GMT), check the ThaSauce page for the exact time left. Make sure that the song is uploaded to ThaSauce or that there’s a download link posted in this thread. You may enter as many mixes as you like and work with as many people as you like on each mix. You are free to create a second ThaSauce account for that if you use ThaSauce, it's needed to be able to upload a second remix if you use ThaSauce. Of course you can also upload it somewhere else and put a download link in this thread. Do not make qualitative comments on an entry until the results of the vote have been posted in this thread. Mixers cannot vote for themselves but if they vote they receive a free first place vote added onto their score. The winner of this round may select the source for PRC411, the rounds after next round. The winner of PRC407, DJ Mokram, who picked this source, can only participate by submitting a Bonus Mix. His vote is doubled in the voting stage. You can find the full rules list at this page as well. GOOD LUCK! PRC Home Page
  22. No other submissions. TheVideoGamer wins by default with a bonus mix. TheVideoGamer, I don't have to explain how to submit the next source. Send it to me before Wednesay June 3rd.
  23. This is really fun! It's sufficiently interpretive while still retaining the feel of the original, and your sound design and rhythmic variations make this mix very playful. I'm not listening with ultra critical ears, but you should definitely submit this to OCR if you haven't already!
  24. Yo! I made new orchestral arrangement for this Deep Castle theme from Mario & Luigi series. The original composition is beautiful and calm. While keeping the same feeling, I also transformed it a little more epic when the drums come in. The original:
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