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  3. Hey everybody! I'm planning on making a Kickstarter for my Final Fantasy 6 project and was curious if anyone here has used Kickstarter? If so, can you please get in touch as I'd like to share with you a draft for the Kickstarter plan to see if anyone thinks it can be improved or changed for the better? Thanks!
  4. Should be fixed now; thanks for reporting & for the detailed/specific example!
  5. Remix Source: Made this for MnP119 a while back. Unfortunately I lost the current draft of this remix, with an older version that has some interesting problems. Might come back to "update" it later. But eh, I think the current work I did is good enough for now. Enjoy!
  6. OOH THANKS for the votes guys ! It was more like a tie win. WassupThunder has made a good job too, keep-up the good work man. Okay, time to work on the midi file for the next contest
  7. Gratz, Hleet. Good work everyone else, too.
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  9. For example, in summary of the latest remix, the "Namco" link works: Primary Game: Pac-Man (Namco , 1980, ARC), music by Toshio Kai But in the Details tab the "Namco" link is broken: Primary Game: Pac-Man (Namco , 1980, ARC) Music by Toshio Kai This is especially inconvenient when a mix incorporates many games with different publishers.
  10. This piece of electro-zazz could be something from the first couple years of OCremix. I mean that in the best possible way.
  11. It's results time Souperion posted a bonus mix. TheVideoGamer got 6 points and gets the last place wooden spoon. WassupThunder gathered 10 points and second place. And the winner of PRC444 is Hleet with 11 points. Hleet, you are the winner. It was almost a perfect win. You may pick a source for PRC448. 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 bambombim@gmail.com (I prefer a PM @Ocremix). Send your source as fast as you can, but before next Wednesday (1 June 2022), 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://sites.google.com/site/bambombim/prc http://bambombim.googlepages.com/PRCRemixList.doc (also downloadable via the link above). https://compo.thasauce.net/rounds/view/PRC446 for the votes and comments. Next round already started:
  12. I knew it ! I should have done an 1 hour extension just for you lol
  13. Slap them in their FACE ! XD Firstly, you can actually report the video ; see the 3 dots on the right of the action of the video ? click on it, report and say out loud that he/she did not respect copyright laws. I'm not an expert into copyright stuff but ... if it's not your own composition, can it be considered as copyright infringement ? For the moment, all we can do as fellow remixers is to spit on his video in the comment section.
  14. Vote in. I was sad when each of your pieces ended.
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  16. Very cute and creative arrangement of so many themes. It does make a nice little ballad. I agree with MW that the opening bell timbre is overbearing, it has infinite sustain as well as infinite reverb and it is mixed in a way that some uncomfortable low-mids and mid-lows are emphasized along with a very piercy tone at 400-450Hz. That tone seems to sustain throughout the entire track! Perhaps that can be replaced with some other kind of sound that's less piercy? The bell is nice, but it really muds together in a way I'm not sure is working. I don't think this is all that far from a pass, but I agree some mixing fixes are needed. The drums could use some more impact along with taming those low-mids and replacing the sustaining 400Hz sound. The bass could be a bit louder, not too much though. A proper ending would really be nice too, as this just drops off. Other than that this is good to go for me, very cute. NO (resubmit)
  17. Definitely placing importance on the track title is the right way to go. Somewhere in the nebulous study of what gets people to listen to what music and make it a hit the song title makes a difference, but not much can be said on that beyond "It needs to be kinda unique and rolls off the tongue well." Me personally, I go way the fuck out of my way to make song titles as original and "interesting" as I can with various levels of restraint. I can't stand the idea of any song I title being something cliche, trite or not having had the creative effort put in. Some are absolutely ridiculous, like my Sonic 4 remix, some are intentionally pretentious and designed to give a feel of "I don't know what I'm going to hear, but it will probably be substantial somehow", like my ESPERS album, and some have specific thematic patterns, like my Saturn Icarus soundtrack where all the tracks except the first and last track have extensive wordplay on things to make it bring to mind an 80's cyberpunk sci-fi environment along with additional verbage in parenthesis to give the listener a broad outline of a story concept that they can imagine while listening to the tracks. Titling your songs interestingly shows a sense of mindfulness for your art project and demonstrates further levels of artistic credibility for the project itself. This is good for long-term artistic credibility, though, predictably, a lot of will be lost on the chaff that is intrinsic to the population on Earth. I specifically have a policy of naming my videogame tracks something fitting but non-indicative so that it doesn't spoil anything in the game. Artists that are consistently awesome with song titles include the following: Peter Gabriel Motor Sakuraba Paul Simon King Crimson Modest Mouse The Smashing Pumpkins System of a Down And many others that I can't be bothered trying to remember. Point I'm getting at is this: BUY MY MUSIC YOU MUTANT HOBODICK
  18. D'oh! Well, I guess we'll have to see who takes it hammier. Or one of us could make it 80's pr0n rofl. Who knew Death(evan) could be so kinky...
  19. Did someone just spoil my intended direction for this? 🤣
  20. Too generic. 70's porn jingle maybe? Got some funky organs...
  21. i can't finish shit in the last couple years, but i like this one.
  22. Oh ! Another Breath of fire 2 source !! I love it ❤️ @HoboKa : don't be lazy, just make another version of it. What about a hard rock version for a change ? lol
  23. First thing you can do is ask them to take it down. Next thing you can do is copyright strike them if you have no response. Honestly though, I think as small creators, when you genuinely see someone just taking your stuff, a copyright strike is a good punishment. We don't get money (at least I don't lol) and we do a lot of this for fun and to spread the love of music. I think it's so reasonable to just ask others not to copy our stuff without permission. Hit em with the copyright strike and it's a strong message not to do that.
  24. I think the organ in spitfire's labs is pretty solid.
  25. Slight update. Things been going pretty slow for me recently https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ITTKC8VUSzGsmOhroQ5O6kahP5VK9pb7/view?usp=drivesdk
  26. Question: I've just found a video on YouTube is of one of my arrangements, that another person has uploaded. I have not been credited, so it seems like this person is trying to pass my arrangement off as their own. I'm not sure if I should first ask the person to at least credit me as the original writer of the piece, or to report the video? I will include the two videos here for comparison: mine - www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-IXHhUGcD8 the other person's upload - www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPcevqjC_Ww
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