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  2. https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/887525 You'll notice that someone else composed it, but I have remade a lot of Brent Bunn's (Bertn1991's) tunes. I'm probably going to remake some of them again, considering that I have improved greatly in mixing/mastering.
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  4. Here is a list oof places you can hear my original music: https://epikus.bandcamp.com Enjoy, and as always: STAY EPIK!
  5. HAIL! I AM EPIKUS! I compose epic cinematic (virtual) orchestral scores, and sing opera (often with my scores). I have made covers of other epic pieces before, as well as metal songs, and of course my own original stuff. I'll make a post in Original Music soon to showcase what I have done, but suffice it to say, I have a couple of pieces/songs that have over 1 million views on YouTube. I hope to contribute to this community, and to find enjoyment therein. Thank you, and as always: STAY EPIK!
  6. Nathan, I have a similar micro niche. Epic or cinematic opera, I like to call it. I'm glad to know I'm not the only one.
  7. I think I finally got it. Thanks for the tips @Rozovian and this: https://forums.presonus.com/viewtopic.php?t=1530 anyway here it is:
  8. Congrats man, I like what I hear so far! The first track reminds me of DKC for some reason, but I'm really digging it. I'll give a closer listen (and perhaps a 'buy') soon!
  9. this is a notably mechanically inconsistent track from you, rebecca. your strength has always been creating a really nice, lush, rich soundscape, and you do none of that here. the strings are robotic from the get-go, the brass are poorly balanced and awkwardly implemented, and the entire arrangement goes essentially nowhere. there's some clever turns of phrase and repetition to make it not straight in time with the original, but there's nowhere near enough to carry the low sample quality. this isn't good enough in this state, unfortunately. NO
  10. So...this is a monumental moment for me. "Cyborg Hobo Cavemen" has been released. Been dragging my feet way too long, mired in some ADD + OCD fueled quagmire. But no longer!! *thunder claps* Hope you guys like it Addendum: Put a less obnoxious bass sample on track 5. https://hoboka1.bandcamp.com/album/cyborg-hobo-cavemen
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  12. Fixes: color variation humanization mic position added silence lead in no comp eq band dynamics
  13. Fixes: color variation humanization mic position no comp eq band dynamics
  14. @Gario Stop making political tweets for a minute and submit the album for eval
  15. Yeah, but Square is and always has been a bunch of assholes, so... I'm close to entirely certain that the only reason they haven't had the remixes here shitcanned is because it would explode in their faces like a nuke.
  16. oh, fantastic! google drive, dropbox, or box would work for me, but really wherever is fine.
  17. It's actually pretty kick-ass and very underrated as a DAW. Has anyone else at least tried it? I'm using Mixcraft 8 Pro Studio, btw And I made this with it: https://soundclick.com/share.cfm?id=13933223
  18. Yeah, I have the same issue sometimes. But I also have the problem of not developing my piece enough. Most of the time. Once in a while I can whip out a gem that's polished and not boring. However, when you start feeling stale on anything you've made, put it away. Come back to it another time when you have new ideas for it. I once had a project sit for nearly three years until I was ready to finish it. In fact, I forgot about it until I searched through my projects for stuff to finish (being too lazy and lacking inspiration for a new one). I found a neat little project from 2016 with a changing time signature. I finished it a few months ago, and I'm still not completely satisfied with the end result. But it is pretty alright. To sum it up: Instead of rendering your tracks, put the project away after you have what you think might be a finished product. Forget it exists and open it later.
  19. You know, OCR has been around for 20 years doing VGM rearrangement. If we haven't been sued into oblivion by now, you uploading stuff on your own should be fine. Also, if you feel uncomfortable with violating SoundCloud's TOS by uploading VGM remixes, try Newgrounds. Their Audio Portal welcomes such content and doesn't recompress your audio. Even the owner of the site placed one of my VGM remixes on the front page of the site! A few somewhat popular artists (such as The Fat Rat and Panda Eyes) are there.
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