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  1. 3 points

    Lufia: Of Gods and Men

    @Gario Stop making political tweets for a minute and submit the album for eval
  2. 2 points
    Welcome to the voting stage The mixing stage is over. This round has 3 songs. The following people compete against each other: HoboKa NinjaPenguinDan TheVideoGamer To vote, do the following: · Visit the stated ThaSauce Page and listen to all the entries. · Scroll to the form at the bottom of the screen or click PM. · Fill in the entries from first to second in the ThaSauce form or fill in your top 3. · State a reasoning for it. · Participants are encouraged to vote and leave feedback. However, they may not vote for themselve, They get a 3 point bonus. · Dex has a vote that counts twice. · Always look in this thread to find out who's the winner of the round after the voting stage instead of only looking at ThaSauce for the results. Especially since some people might vote by sending me a PM. You have until THIS Monday, October 21st 10:59 AM ThaSauce time (17:00 UTC, 18:00 GMT) to vote. If you vote by PM make sure that your top 3 is clear. I prefer something like this: (To) (Subject) PRC ### Vote (Message): 1: (remixer A ) 2: (remixer B ) 3: (remixer C ) (reasoning) I will post the feedback given in the PM’s and the votes in this thread. The winner may choose the source tune for PRC398. Check the ThaSauce Page to vote or click here to send a PM.
  3. 2 points
    Sure, you can EQ it too, but it’s pretty common to use different amps (or amp models) and settings for the rhythm guitars, and that, combined with 2 separate performances (one for left, one for right) make it sound full already. If you use midi guitar, changing the part slightly between left and right (e.g. by changing some velocities and timings) will be a big help, rather than simply copy/pasting the part. Same for when you record from a guitar; I am assuming you are not a robot and that the parts will sound slightly different anyway. I’d recommend to try this first; you can always make it more complex later (better to start simple IMO).
  4. 2 points
    Hello all. I just released my new Goa Trance album, Flight To Europa with my new project A Flying Dryad. This means that Reunion is back and open for submissions, but I don't know how active we will be. Our hiatus lasted almost 6 years so most artists who contributed before have probably moved on by now. I made the album using Renoise Tracker, so it's NOT like the stuff you're used to hearing from me. I've spent most of this year working on the album so it would be cool if you would check it out. If you're interested in Goa/Psy that is. Album can be streamed on youtube or downloaded from bandcamp (name your price). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJvmJRLb_cI https://aflyingdryad.bandcamp.com/releases http://platonistmusic.com/reunion cheers Jonas
  5. 2 points
    Did something quick and juicy.
  6. 2 points
    Entry submitted! Much harder than i thought, but i got something in.
  7. 2 points
    Oh hey, finally something I can help with! I've got them all - what's a good place to host them?
  8. 1 point
    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.
  9. 1 point
    I don't know. Must be the suspense...
  10. 1 point
    It's been quite some time since I've been here, but I'd like to announce my recently finished soundtrack called, Mega Man X - Dawn of Arcadia! It's an all new original album which also consists of remixes from past Mega Man X/Mega Man Zero games, so I hope you'll take the time to check it out! Also, if you decide to purchase said album, you'll also get a set of bonus SNES mixes based on the Maverick stage themes! https://blaz1222.bandcamp.com/album/mega-man-x-dawn-of-arcadia-unofficial-ost-snes-bonus-tracks
  11. 1 point
    Hi there, I postet this piece almost exactly five years ago in a very early version (it was actually more of a MIDI mockup) and now in the last few weeks I've been working on it again very intensively. The whole thing was recorded with new and – hopefully – more realistic orchestral samples and re-arranged here and there. I would be happy to get some feedback, especially on the mix or the sound in general and what could be improved. Synthetically realizing an entire orchestra on a PC is really a science in itself (at least for me) and I must honestly admit that it took me at least two to three times as long for recording and mixing in the sequencer that for the actual composition in the notation program. On Soundcloud On youtube with excerpts from both score and sequencer Thanks for your feedback :) Dustin
  12. 1 point
    Seth Skoda

    Uh, I'm just a dabbler of sounds

    https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/875972 https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/874949 https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/874287 https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/874102 https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/864517 https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/867709 https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/866621 https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/864599 https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/717289 https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/715152 https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/712132 https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/713076 Oops, I think I threw some remixes in there hehe
  13. 1 point
    Trevor M. Baker

    Deckard Reborn

    Made using a Yamaha CS80 recreation. This was my first piece with the synth.. Enjoy!
  14. 1 point
    Why do I hear boss music...?
  15. 1 point
    Seth Skoda

    Original SEGA Genesis Music

    I thought I would share this original piece with the OCR community and not just leave it entirely to Newgrounds. https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/884549 I have more, but screw it, here's my audio page: https://skoda.newgrounds.com/audio Yes, it redirects to a different user name. As a supporter of Newgrounds, I have the privilege of being able to change my user name once a month, and I can choose to have my old name redirect to my current one.
  16. 1 point
    Seth Skoda

    Acid Rain

    https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/886646 A trap-like instrumental piece.
  17. 1 point

    Halloween-Themed VGM Album

    https://thegamebrass.bandcamp.com/album/brasslevania-a-tribute-to-the-video-game-macabre Hello! I'm JohnStacy. You may know me from such places as this website and discord. You may also know me as a session brass player who plays for various video game soundtracks and soundtrack arrange albums. Today I come to you with an album from a group I'm involved in, that will release next week and is available for preorder right now. This album is Brasslevania, a fully licensed arrangement album. This includes music from several Castlevania games, Luigi's Mansion, Deltarune, and others. The description of the album does it justice, so I'll just paste that here: The Game Brass have teamed up again with arranger Thomas Kresge to bring you "Brasslevania: A Tribute to the Video Game Macabre"! Featuring some of the finest ghost, horror, and skeleton-themed music in video games, Brasslevania includes over 20 tracks from such classics as Banjo-Kazooie, Super Mario World, Final Fantasy, Pokémon, Deltarune, Castlevania, Grim Fandango, Resident Evil, Silent Hill, Celeste, and more. For this album, the quintet has expanded to a 9-piece brass ensemble and invited an array of special guests, including Mariachi Entertainment System, to the party. Equal parts spine-chilling, terrifying, and cadaverous, Brasslevania brings you the biggest Game Brass sound you've heard yet! I played french horn on this album, and am featured on a few tracks (mainly Voyager, Life is Beautiful, and The Grim Fandango Suite). The other guys who played are all my friends and we had a blast putting this together. On behalf of the Game Brass, I hope you enjoy Brasslevania: A Tribute to the Video Game Macabre!
  18. 1 point

    Halloween-Themed VGM Album

    Oh my God, Mariachi Entertainment System covering Grim Fandango? It's like someone plugged directly into my brain. The rest of the album is awesome as well of course, but man that just made my day.
  19. 1 point
    Here's something you haven't seen in a while. A vote from me. I voted you guys.
  20. 1 point
    New entrant so unexpectedly heh. Vote coming shortly.
  21. 1 point
    3 actual entries!!? Oh mai. Voted.
  22. 1 point

    Dirge de Serge for Solo Piano

    It certainly feels a fair bit more alive and less stock-like. I'm noticing some jarring notes here and there, especially during the first minute and a half. I'd suggest looking over where you are putting the emphasis (extra velocity) and balance it out ever so slightly. I'm still an amateur at the craft myself, and there are a LOT of subtle nuances to figuring out how to make a piece like this feel living. But I think you are on the right track. Try making the emphasis variation a bit more subtle to avoid those blaring parts (EX: right at 38, the high note, right at 44, right at 49.) If it still feels like the particular part needs some emphatic statement, try making it a chord or some other ornamentation. Study some piano solos for ideas. I'd suggest a few: JJT's The Flood Plain, Jormungand's Dark Star Scherzo, and jdaster64's Cocoa 'n' Cookies. You're getting somewhere with this, keep at.
  23. 1 point
    Thank you for the feedback. That "piano" is a YM2612 but yes, 90s feel was my aim. I guess if I turned down the bass, it would get cleaner. Thanks again.
  24. 1 point
    Your question is too wide. There is a billions ways to make billions different sounds. It all deppends of what you need right now. Mostly I use 2-4 rhythms at one time, hard panned and 2 amp with 2 cabinets. Left - amp1+cab1 Left - amp1+cab2 Right - amp2+cab1 Right - amp2+cab2 Also I use 3 rhythms. 2 hard panned and 1 at center. Some times I use 6-8 rhythms.. It's endless thing. Using same amp+cab for each gtr make your guitar sounds more upfront and "clear", but you'll lose some character. EQ is a great thing, but me personaly use only hipass at 100 Hz and -2 db somewhere 400-800Hz. Use Exciter or tape recorder or even compressor... As I said, it's endless. After all you'll understand that everything depends of drums and bass.
  25. 1 point
    Frictionless listening, frictionless living. Glide on by.
  26. 1 point
    I can try reaching out to Sir J and Tuberz if needed, just holler.
  27. 1 point
    Typically? A different rhythm guitar performance with different amp settings/amp model hard panned left and right. Lead guitar in the center. Pay attention to the bass and make it play nicely with the rhythms to give it depth and that typical low metal sound. Optionally you could look into quad tracking, but essentially it’s a variation of the above.
  28. 1 point
    I had posted a previous version of Saturn Icarus here a long time ago. This version is the full release with additional tracks, additional work on some tracks, and full mastering provided by TOKEE. Saturn Icarus Liner Notes and Credits TRACK 1 - I Become The Machine (Technoverture) TRACK 2 - Rarewhere - (OS Boot Menu - Rev. 17.8.104B) TRACK 3 - Aladdin Continent - (Vector City Skyline) TRACK 4 - Deincarnation - (Cybercop Bust Gone Wrong) TRACK 5 - Comfortably Dumb - (Virtua Gangs Rule The Future Streets) TRACK 6 - Run, Logan, Run! (Android Abomination) TRACK 7 - Almost In The Shell (After Hours At The Neuro Lounge) TRACK 8 - Death and Syntaxes (Infiltrating The City Underground) TRACK 9 - Atlas Lunged - (Forced To Fight In The Mutant Wrestling Ring) TRACK 10 - Neon Tolstoy - (Megacorp Declares War, And I Bring Them War) TRACK 11 - Zoso's Bizarre Advertising Venture (The Back Alley Parts Shop) TRACK 12 - Shower The People You Love With Blood (Final Assault On The Grid Headquarters) TRACK 13 - Psycho Mass - (The Ultimate Showdown With The Omega Brain) TRACK 14 - Appetite For Reconstruction (The Sun Rises Over The Metropolis) TRACK 15 - The Machine Becomes Me (Acceptance, The Destiny In Disguise, Credits) Notes: Wow, this production was a hell of a ride. It was originally done for an old-school FPS throwback called SATURN ICARUS (https://gamejolt.com/games/saturn-icarus-work-in-progress/149262) and 12 tracks were produced for it. I got paid for the commission (!) but to date, the game is under indefinite hiatus and I don't know what, if anything, may happen to it from there. So with the original creator's permission, I have taken the album, along with some other tracks I had done for other things that never got used, and I made a full Synthwave/Hybrid album out of it. Each track is extremely different from one another and features anything and everything I wanted in it - synths, drum and bass, synths, orchestra, synths, operatic choir, synths, trance, synths, Japanese taiko, synths, metal guitar and, oh yeah, synths. A lot of different sounds and genres used here, but synthwave and 80s sounds form the foundation. I consider this my "Passion" album - inspired directly after Peter Gabriel's "Passion" album which was a soundtrack for Martin Scorscese's "The Last Temptation of Christ" that he went back and did more work on before releasing it as an album. I did the same here. It is available for $5.00 total on Bandcamp and other markets that follow a listing on CDBaby. Thank you and enjoy! Music by 12 Followers/Meteo Xavier. Premade loops and construction kits were used in this production for inspiration and convenience. Mixing by 12 Followers/Meteo Xavier. Mastering by TOKEE. Cover Artwork: Original Illustration by Devine Lu Linvega as it appears on runyourjewels.com. Edited by Meteo Xavier. Used with permission by Devine Lu Linvega. Copyright 12 Followers/Meteo Xavier and 12MX Media, October 2019. Licensed to Mischa for whatever he wants to use it for.
  29. 1 point
    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
  30. 1 point

    Acid Rain

    Better than the other post, Ice 7. Here it's simply more interesting... probably due to there being more dynamic instruments (some loud some soft).
  31. 1 point
    Good: I like the staccato piano, adds a 90's flavor to it Bad: Needs more variation in the arrangement, a choice between committing to blues solos or not, cleaner mixing Keep it up!
  32. 1 point
    Nathan Allen Pinard

    What is my micro-niche?

    Hi there! I've been a member of these boards only for a bit, and just joined a remix project. I wanted to ask a favor on this board as I'm having a hard time decide what my sort of side-project band "Immortal Aria"'s genre actually is. The big genre is Classical, then most would call us classical crossover. However we don't release albums full of covers, the album is often a concept, and we hire vocalists from around the globe so the band itself can't really show up in person. http://immortalaria.bandcamp.com (You can stream free) If anyone could take a listen and tell me what band/arist does this music sound like? Who's the first that pops in your head? Here's a breakdown of the track "styles". The album itself is based on the Phantom of the Opera story. A very niche story at that. Some of you may enjoy this, or may not. 1. Orphan in Winter - Orchestral and focused on piano 2. That Summer by the Sea - female vocal (broadway like), orchestral 3. The Bleeding Rose - female vocal (Classical), orchestral, solo violin 4. Waltz with Death - Orchestral, dark, pipe organ, 3/4 time sig 5. In the Mirror - Opera Male Vocal, heavy brass, epic, orchestral 6. Legacy of Daae - Piano/Orchestral, ballad 7. Firelight Through Diamonds - Pop female vocal with strings, heavy staccato strings, pop'ish 8. Chanson de l'Ange - Opera female, orchestral, ambient, huge crescendo 9. Worlds Apart Female/Male broadway-style duet, rock elements (but with drop tuning), solo metal guitar, heavy orchestral, pop-feeling 10. Crimson Petals - solo cello and solo violin, sad, ambient Note to mods: This seemed like the only spot to place this. It's not an advertisement for original music, and not a remix.
  33. 1 point
    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!
  34. 1 point

    Halloween-Themed VGM Album

    This is jaw-dropping, holy shit! :0 Gonna keep my eye on this release and also grab Snowtopia as soon as possible!
  35. 1 point
    Bonus Entry confirmed!
  36. 1 point
    Very fun arrangement! A few aspects felt a little bit off to me, but overall I quite enjoyed listening! At 0:59, the instrument that carries the B(?) melody sticks out because it sounds thinner than everything else we've heard; all of the other instruments sound (impressively) like typical orchestral instruments, but this one sounds like an oddly-processed saxophone, or something. At 3:03 and through several sections to the end, the rhythm in the timpani sounds a bit jarring. I enjoy 3+3+2, but personally I don't feel that it fits into the "Russian folk" style. I could be wrong! At 4:15, the dotted rhythm feels over-dotted; it sounds like a mistake because it occurs nowhere else in the arrangement. Compare 4:12 and 4:25.
  37. 1 point
    Will do, I've gotten more reports of the site being weird, especially in Firefox. Gonna check out the control panel next time i have time to update the site. Climbing the Tree of Life seems to be the one, you're like the 20th person to point to it. Duly noted
  38. 1 point
    Always enjoy me some tracker music. Listening while I work. Climbing the Tree of Life is my fav so far, but haven't finished yet. (Btw you'll probably want to remove the "s" in "https" from the link to your website above (or just install a security certificate), clicking it gives an error.)
  39. 1 point

    New Project, New Album, Reunion Is Back!

    As a fellow user and a fan of your OCRs, I *need* to check out what you are doing with Renoise
  40. 1 point

    OCRA-0069 - Arcadia Legends

    This project is absolutely fantastic! There is a tragedy about it though. Album 4, the WIPs, has so many fabulous tunes, but AFAIK is only available via the download. Joe Jonker’s “Ramirez’s Theme WIP” is possibly my favorite track on the whole project; it’s like Lena Raine meets Trap Beats. Anyway, I know these are not the intended focus of the project, but they’re all so good!
  41. 1 point

    Lufia: Of Gods and Men

    It's slightly held up at a choke point - namely me. I had the tracks spread across two computers, so it was giving me grief. That should be resolved now, so the review should be happening quite soon. Your track passed the panel, by the way, so there will be no problem with it passing the album review. Nice work on that one, by the way - it was a great little track!
  42. 1 point
    Wow, what a ride!. This starts pretty atmospheric and chill, but evolves into some pretty hard-hitting progressive metal over time. I could nitpick this track here and there but I think the only valid concern for me is the repetition. The original isn't that long, and this remix extends for almost 10 minutes, so repetition is bound to happen but I think enough was done on the arrangement's side to keep this from feeling on autopilot. It's almost 10 minutes but it really didn't feel like that, you took a lot of care in the slow buildup, building the motifs block by block until the (extended) climax at around 4:03. Great performances and clean production complete the package. YES
  43. 1 point
    Please find my submission details below. Contact Information Your ReMixer name - Pyrus Your real name – Andy Bryer Your email address – Your website - https://www.youtube.com/user/pyrusFTSC/videos?shelf_id=0&view=0&sort=dd&view_as=subscriber Your user ID - 35471 Submission Information Name of game(s) arranged – Super Metroid Name of arrangement - The Loneliest Bounty Hunter in the Universe - [Lower Brinstar - Super Metroid Metal Cover] My submission YouTube link: Name of individual song(s) arranged – Lower Brinstar theme – Super Metroid Link to the original soundtrack - Super Metroid OST – Lower Brinstar -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zj5DWB5a2n8 I never really played Super Metroid as a kid but I recently had a chance to play through it a bit. One of the first things I noticed was how atmospheric it was, and how depressingly lonely and hopeless it would feel to be Samus, on that planet - to be surrounded by nothing but peerless terrain and horrible aliens. I tried to capture some of that feeling in my composition. It is all my original arrangement; I played guitars, synthesized bass, drums, and other effects; and mixed and mastered everything myself. Unfortunately, YouTube has compressed the track slightly, so in some louder parts it is not quite as clear as I would like. I hope you enjoy. Kind regards,
  44. 1 point
    Yeah, Youtube links aren't a great place to host submissions for us. I'll give the benefit of the doubt, but please host it in a cloud drive or attach to your email in the future. Anyway, the source treatment is mostly safe and conservative, but there's plenty of subtractive interpretation that makes it stand out. And there's so many I'll need to dish out the bullet points again! * The intro and first run-through use the source's elements straight with the drum and bass grooves controlling the pace, varying slightly as the rack goes on. * The pitch-bending harmonies during the second run-through (2:52) are expressive and caught me off guard. *The slow chugging guitars at 4:18 added a more ominous tone to lead out of the track's first half. * The section at 4:35 had a cool use of time signatures alternating 2 bars of 4/4 and a single bar of 7/4. * 5:40 added a dramatic rising choir that gets revisited at 7:49. * 6:07 has the stereo-shifting guitars on the upbeats forming an effective countermelody against the piano. * The 7:09 section revisited ideas from the first and second iterations of the source along with the latter's harmonies. * And 7:49 also had moments where the rhythm guitars would go into triplets and occasionally have an engaging gate effect at the same pace. As heard, these ideas all come and go with one or two getting revisited. With the source's familiar framework, it all ties in with enough ideas to fit this track's prog-rock feel. Even the production doesn't pull any punches. The instruments are easy to pick out, the guitars had so many tones they didn't outstay their welcome, and the performances are all clean and tight. I do agree with Larry regarding the lead guitar's sloppy introduction at 0:57, but it corrected itself quickly, so I don't see it as a dealbreaker. And I do sense inconsistent writing - notably in the first half - with the drums going back and forth between working with the other instruments and working independently. But at the same time, it doesn't grow stale and adds to the arrangement's engaging nature. Overall, this track pleasantly surprised me despite its insane length. The performances are on point, there's plenty of interpretation to justify the framework, and the presentation is both clean and matches this vision of loneliness. Impressive stuff, Andy! YES
  45. 1 point
    Timing was slightly off at :58, but not a huge deal. Not a fan of the drum tone & kicks; there's no synergy there, e.g. 2:38-2:52 when they're even more prominent, but we'll move on. The guitar performance was solid though, as well as the vox accents. 4:04 switched the style up. Again not feeling some of the drums/kicks, which sounded somewhat random at times, but again, we'll live. The arrangement continues to be creative and interpretive, so the overall package has been good from the start. Nice little piano accents between the melodic phrases first used at 5:56 (and heard more prominently at 6:10). Really good job as well keeping the textures varied (particularly with the verses) from iteration to iteration; it's inherently hard to justify 9 minutes in length, but already 2/3rds of the way in, I know this'll be just fine the whole way through. While I took issues with some of the drum/percussion production in the first few minutes, the overall arrangement was very nicely personalized and varied, and the production was more than capable. Nice debut, Andy, welcome aboard! YES
  46. 1 point
    Note: I'm evaluating the SoundCloud version of this song instead of the YouTube one (or the one the submitter provided). The one we got has indeed been compressed, or rather limited. I'm not sure why we weren't given the superior version. Worth following up on if we choose to post this. A lot of it is conservative, and there are a lot of similar arrangements out there, but this does stand out in a few ways. It does progress through different instrumental styles, and the breakdown in the middle is pretty great. My big question is, at 9:28 long, does it have enough ideas to sustain it? IMO, just. The triplet that drives the backing does wear pretty old, but it comes and goes. There are some sections that get repeated, but they're long sections repeated only once, so it doesn't feel repetitive to me. It doesn't tread any new ground but it's a solid arrangement and performance. YES (assuming access to and permission to use the uncompressed version)
  47. 1 point
    How about: So what I'm going to do is slap Christian lyrics on the Donkey Kong Country soundtrack and BOOM! Untouchable My church will be praising to the tune of Aquatic Ambience. I'm pretty sure the old Reformers used popular tunes for their hymns as well. Just kidding... I'll have to look further into those pre-existing exceptions. I recall reading that new exceptions are not allowed to be made by individual EU countries. Or at least it will involve a long and tedious legal road before changes will happen. I assume any copyright cases are handled on the basis of the laws of the land in which the violation takes place? Say OCR was to host a mix both in the EU and in the US and an angry copyright holder comes after you. The US side would not fall under the Article 17 that you mentioned. But the EU side would? And going by the Fair Use scheme, I guess Nintendo USA would have to phone up Nintendo Europe to come after me? One thing that is reassuring is what people have said about the industry generally supporting the remixing efforts. I don't intend to make money off of mixing and am basically in it for the same reason most of you guys are: love for the music of our favorite games and nostalgia. To pay that tribute. And ideally, an unhappy copyright holder is going to ask you kindly not to distribute your mixes, rather than sue you for all you're worth, without warning.
  48. 1 point
    Well to get started, you may look into the US legal system's definitions of "Fair Use", which allows for the use of material if it's used for educational purposes, parody, or sufficiently transformative, AND if there is no profit involved in redistributing the material. It's not a bulletproof, anything-goes silver bullet for all things remixing, but it is often the justification used for the distribution of rearranged music on OCR. If you have questions about the whole process, the basic wiki for fair use (and it's links) are a fair place to start, as well as looking at OCR's FAQ section and our content policy section (OCR has a lot of experience dealing with this very issue!). Again, there is no silver bullet, and honestly things are resolved on a case-by-case basis, but in general that's the blanket justification for arranging VG music, which most companies understand and silently comply with. As far as the asshat who is stealing YOUR music, there is no fair use justification for stealing your material and claiming it as their own. You made it, you have a defacto copyright on the material, so if you want to go through the effort you could get Soundcloud to remove it. Up to you, but yeah, that guy has no right to take your music as-is and simply claim it's his.
  49. 0 points
    I think everyone is afraid for the possibility that Christmas music gets the most votes, since the outcome of this poll has a big influence, it will be the source for PRC400.