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  1. fine by me! Maybe one day I'll actually use a program that mixes better. By the way, it's more like just a megamix than a DJ mix. FLAC is up.
  2. I made a thread not too long ago, offering a mega-mix that includes calm, pleasant, atmospheric music. But that's then and this is now. MP3 FLAC Here is the order of songs. The unabbreviated, super-long-just-for-the-heck-of-it title is called Journey from the Beginning of Time through the Superficial to the Recognition of Beauty, because I imagined some stories during the compiling and listening of it. It includes as many energetic/fun songs as possible, but there's actually more to it than that, as expressed in the title. See if you can create your own story while listening. I spent a shitload of time making this thing ok. I often find myself unable to stop listening and can't stop dancing whenever that mashup section comes up in the middle of the mp3 (which occurred completely by accident yet sounds incredibly awesome). I can only hope that various artists enjoy seeing their songs in this. The style of the megamix is to implement 1) BPM changing to fit songs on top of each other, on occasion, and 2) adjust volume levels as to hope to achieve smooth sailing [this was easily the most annoying part]. I did everything in Audacity, which is very time-consuming. I could actually probably have used a decent amount more fun songs to replace the more "cool" songs, which would cause much more toe-tapping, but I like to mix and match themes at least a little bit. I've found headphones are best to use, while playing loudly, but I'm sure y'all know how to listen to music. It's mostly game/remix stuff, but there are two original songs in there by some guy named TERMINATUS he's the man. I planned on using some non-game, but there were so little of them. It's for the better!
  3. Sweet, thanks; that's why I made the description (besides it being a true story). I guess something I forgot to ask is if anyone knows of any songs from that are similar to the tracklist/description of this mix? I am not too familiar with the music there.
  4. It will be the 1st song on disc 2, if I ever make that, since disc 1 ends with it introing in. Isn't there a method of using a .cue file in order to be able to skip to certain sections of this long-ass MP3?
  5. VGRemix Community - Aural Pulchritude (Audity Megamix) - Disc 1 MP3 FLAC Like the name implies, this incorporates songs from OCR, VGMIX, and elsewhere, that have a pretty aura of atmosphere about them, in one way or another, and are transitioned between each other in interesting ways (hopefully). Its inspiration formed whilst I drove down an evacuate highway, enjoying the full moon on the night of the recent lunar eclipse---its provided luminescense purifying the prevalent, dark nighttime paint cast by the universe's shadow. ...All of this while listening to the song represented in this mix's first track. Disc 2 might take a slightly different approach, towards the dark(er) side; I'm unsure. I have a list of song names, times, and artists below. Order
  6. I think it would be neat to hear people's rendition of this song should they choose to arrange it. It is a really simple yet good song, so many people could attempt it. Here is the original song. Here is my attempt, and I barely know how to play the piano: I didn't have a composition in mind, so it's practically improvisation. Maybe it will inspire someone to start a remix.
  7. Really nice chords on the pads. Definitely do more with this.
  8. The really short ending chord is how I intended to close it. I didn't change many velocities at all, or do anything to add expression, since it was originally going to be something I could make sheet music with. But thanks for the opinion. I might try something more with it.
  9. I stayed up all night working on this, since it's my favorite song from the game. Original Song My Arrangement There's one note I want to put in towards the end, but who cares; I'll put it in some other time. I started out just wanting to create notes for a simple piano arrangement that I could make sheet music to and play on the piano, but I started going too crazy. I didn't spend much time getting a good piano sound, but it sounds alright, anyway. I don't really think any parts are that messy or random except possibly the last couple of measures leading into the highest-octave-piano part. After experimenting throughout the whole piece, this end result is a sound I am pleased with. I wonder if it's OCR-material. I'd be really surprised if it is; the arrangement is there, but sound quality might be bad? Sounds fine to me! It's less than 2 minutes long, but it seems like a really long song to me, even so.
  10. After thinking about possible other methods...laparoscopy is the best. I had an inguinal (groin) hernia surgery on my right side in December, but I was in and out the same day. Appendicitis sounds worse in ways, considering it took multiple days. The pain right when I woke up from surgery was completely unbearable. I never hear people say that it's like that, but it was in my situation, for whatever reason (maybe the stitches). Eyes were shut and all I remember was lying down, actually lifting my whole lower body up with my upper back and feet and turning myself from side to side; maybe the lifting up part is exaggerated, but that is what I remember it as. I think the pain "subsided" to a more bearable state soon enough, either before or after they gave me painkiller to drink. I couldn't lift stuff and all that jazz as well. Couldn't even pee for awhile, due to PUS or something, even though I was supposed to. Painful processes. Recovery in a week sounds alright. It took me that long before I could really do much. I got 3 cuts for the surgery, and only the bellybutton one is really "noticable", if you count a small red and white line as being such. The others are really small and covered by MAN HAIR. Also, if you don't take showers you'll end up getting really sweaty in certain places and that is not comfortable later on due to rashes. Experiences. Then again I couldn't stand up at all without feeling the pain of a thousand worlds, for several days. (I had the hernia since childhood, so I wonder if the procedure would have been suckier if I didn't put it off for so long, though I did put myself at greater risk by doing so since inguinal hernias can be fatal if left alone and a constriction problem arises. Mine was "minor" enough to not matter as much, I think. I can't believe I went most of my life like that. They have to bring up this lower part of the abdominal wall that rips during the initial occurrance of the hernia and stitch it up with the upper part.)
  11. Weird that you didn't think it works as a real ending. I got a suggestion to slow down the tempo, but I don't have a problem with ending it in such a fashion. I'll still give it some more thought. The key changes were really random, yes. I still think I need to change the bassline, and especially the melody, somewhat, during the finale (before the piano-solo ending happens) to fit with the completely new involvements I gave the song by introducing those samples. I don't know what to do to make it longer, though. Maybe playing with the bassline would give me ideas on how to do that.
  12. NO DRUMS!! I took a gander inside my Silent Hill folder, clicked on Not Tomorrow which I'd already heard a dozen times, and somehow got inspiration to arrange it. About a quarter of my way through I felt like sneaking in a part of this other song from GRANDIA II called Granas Sanctuary. So here's an arrangement of Not Tomorrow (Lisa's Death) and Granas Sanctuary. I've also included the original songs. The climax at the end is a little strange with all the stuff going on. The version of NT in the rar is from the OST, which is not the whole song. If you don't mind seeing something really bloody and disgusting from the game, you can hear the parts I also arranged in THIS YOUTUBE VIDEO. No, wait, I found something better. It's someone playing it on the piano. Oh...hey...look at that bassline at the end. I guess I didn't do something like that!!! Sounds fine, anyway. I played with the melody, instead. OKAY SHUT UP AND DOWNLOAD edit: I'm guessing I could change the bassline here and there. I'm guessing others will agree, but feedback is great. Don't think I'd submit to OCR as it is.
  13. One of my favorite mixes on the site. I agree with the above post. So well-structured. Don't really like the direction at 2:27, but that's the only part "bad" about this song.
  14. mirror Since its first incarnation, I always felt this song made me feel "stuck" in some place. I guess it's penultimate since there'll probably be only one more major improvement if I ever get to working on this again. I guess you could say this is a decent test of some of the immediate loops present in the Reason 3 library via the Combinator device. (Actually, everything you hear is from a Combinator). Much of the progression is based off the rhythm and pitch of the "Lantern" loop that you hear in the beginning and ending. The song is a bit random in places, like with the ending, and the bells in the 2nd+3rd sections, and some of the monk chants. Though if you really want to know about random, the wood-blocky offbeat melody carrier in the last section is full of it. Every time you press the key it's a random rhythm and pitch. I've tried to make a couple game remixes (Xenosaga III, FF12, SMRPG), but never finished any of them, so I thought I'd put this here! The main reason I'm creating music is because I found this site all those years ago, anyway. On an off note, you could say the sound of this piece is inspired by the sounds of Silent Hill, but there are other reasons, too.
  15. I love being thread killer! Just found this and thought it was pretty...perfect for workout music.
  16. there was a thread just like this back months ago. seems like yesterday! I posted a shitload of OCRs in it, though I could probably shorten it down a lot now. No idea if the thread still exists! How about some DDR or Beatmania IIDX.
  17. For people looking to broaden their horizons outside of VGMusic, I figured a decent number of people here would enjoy this shoutcast station. I would occasionally listen to the different genres provided on the site "digitally imported", but overall I wouldn't really find anything worth keeping. With this station, I've already written down like 5 songs I want to check out in better quality. Someone I know recommended it to me. I'm not affiliated with it in any way and just thought I'd share. The featured content is usually either a mix between Aphex Twin style splicing, beats, and effects, with something more coherent, ambiance with electronic elements, or just something you've never heard before. A few tracks here and there will be dull or what have you (surprisingly this number is small...sometimes), but I recommend sticking around for awhile. Go to Winamp, click the round small-ish button that says ML, scroll down to Shoutcast Radio, and then do a search for Limbik Frequencies. Let me know if someone knows another way to listen to this station without needing Winamp.
  18. I'm uploading a rar of 28 songs from VGMix 2.0 (includes some information about each song/artist that I quickly typed up in a txt document). I'll PM you with the link when it's done.
  19. VGMix currently doesn't have anything hosted. I'm not sure where you could get some songs except people sending them to you which I can do yay
  20. Sounds EXACTLY like Akira Yamaoka's work from the Silent Hill series, but on acid, and less song-like. Seems like I really need to be familiar with the source tune to really understand this song. Without knowing anything about the source, it seems like there could be more to this. Needs to have more flowing progression IMO; I love Akira's work, so on one hand I like this song, but that also sets the bar pretty high for me for the other hand (completely different game and artist, but this song is just so similar). Okay I'm starting to like it more now. Maybe a lot. Not for thinking about too much, but just enjoying the soundzzz (very familiar ones to me so yay).
  21. No, it isn't. Make sure you specify that the VGScene is all about implementing any kind of genre, and so to be ready for anything. ...Unless you're looking for one genre. Stuff with energy is sure to appeal to most, but I've provided some otherwise songs, too. So without further talk, here are some of the most quality mixes IMO: Chrono_Trigger_Green_Amnesia_OC_ReMix.mp3 Chrono_Trigger_Revival_Day_Impoetus_OC_ReMix.mp3 Chrono_Trigger_Through_the_Dark_OC_ReMix.mp3 Diablo_WetGrass_Inspired_OC_ReMix.mp3 Double_Dragon_2_Mean_Streak_on_Main_Street_OC_ReMix.mp3 <- this sounds AMAZING on car speakers Dune_Arrakis_Wormsign_OC_ReMix.mp3 Earthbound_Dreaming_on_Distant_Shores_OC_ReMix.mp3 Earthworm_Jim_2_Wormaphobic_Disorder_OC_ReMix.mp3 EVO_Evolutionary_Means_OC_ReMix.mp3 Final_Doom_Quick_Fix_OC_ReMix.mp3 Final_Fantasy_4_A_Chocobos_Mystic_Life_OC_ReMix.mp3 Final_Fantasy_6_Agony_of_Obscuration_OC_ReMix.mp3 <- one of my favorites. Seems like it would have decent overall appeal. Final_Fantasy_6_Anthem_of_Exile_OC_ReMix.mp3 Final_Fantasy_6_modeserpent_OC_ReMix.mp3 <- so SMOOTH Final_Fantasy_6_The_Sveldt_OC_ReMix.mp3 Final_Fantasy_Adventure_Willed_Assault_OC_ReMix.mp3 Fury_of_the_Furries_FurryintheForest_OC_ReMix.mp3 Fury_of_the_Furries_swimmingfurries_OC_ReMix.mp3 F-Zero_Voices_Broken_OC_ReMix.mp3 Ghosts'N_Goblins_Wanka_Factory_OC_ReMix.mp3 <- another favorite ICO_Save_Me_(OCR_Edit)_OC_ReMix.mp3 Kirby's_Dream_Land_2_Breakbeat_Forest_OC_ReMix.mp3 Lunar_BlueLament_OC_ReMix.mp3 Mega_Man_2_Airman_WindShear_OC_ReMix.mp3 Mega_Man_X_BrainsickMetal_OC_ReMix.mp3 Mega_Man_X_DreamsComeTrue_OC_ReMix.mp3 Metal_Slug_2_No_Need_to_Reload_OC_ReMix.mp3 Metroid_2_Anthem_of_a_Metroid_Hunter_OC_ReMix.mp3 Ninja_Gaiden_Basilisk_Run_OC_Remix.mp3 Pictionary_Person_Place_or_Groove_OC_ReMix.mp3 Secret_of_Mana_Aphrodite_Oceanus_OC_ReMix.mp3 Anything by Harmony Sonic_Love_Hurts_OC_ReMix.mp3 Sonic_the_Hedgehog_3_SonikElektronik_OC_ReMix.mp3 Soukaigi_Aftershock_OC_ReMix.mp3 Star_Control_2_Lightyears_Away_OC_ReMix.mp3 <- this is a must Starfox_FortunaFavorstheFunk_OC_ReMix.mp3 <- The gratey synth is kind of questionable, but at least it's unique...I guess. The rest is perfect for radio thing. Street_Fighter_3_MakotoJungleJazz_OC_ReMix.mp3 Super_Mario_64_Fleeting_Ecstasy_OC_ReMix.mp3 Super_Mario_Bros_Bowser_is_Pissed_OC_ReMix.mp3 Super_Metroid_Brinstar_Bonsai_Garden_OC_ReMix.mp3 Super_Metroid_MegaDance_Mix_2002_OC_ReMix.mp3 Terranigma_Blue_(Shooting_Star_Mix)_OC_ReMix.mp3 TMNT_4_Waste_Water_Wipeout_OC_ReMix.mp3 Yoshi's_Island_CrystallineCaverns_OC_ReMix.mp3 Zelda_2_Mirror_and_Transparent_OC_ReMix.mp3 Zelda_3_Triforce_Majeure_OC_ReMix.mp3 <- edited version? Zelda_64_Anthem_of_a_Misguided_Youth_OC_ReMix.mp3 Delta_Space_Grind_OC_ReMix.mp3 Donkey_Kong_Land_Revisiting_the_Ruins_OC_ReMix.mp3 <- yes Chrono_Trigger_DreamofZeal_OC_ReMix.mp3 At least one thing by Shnabubula if not everything (most). Donkey_Kong_Country_2_BramblesInTheBreeze_OC_ReMix.mp3 Donkey_Kong_Country_2_Mechanical_Swamp_OC_ReMix.mp3 Donkey_Kong_Country_2_Forest_Birdcussion_OC_ReMix.mp3 Donkey_Kong_Country_2_Savage_Seduction_OC_ReMix.mp3 Doom_2_Oldskool_Demon_OC_ReMix.mp3 (maybe) Tetris_Slavic_Roots_OC_ReMix.mp3 Chrono_Trigger_JethroAndVashAtTheFair_OC_ReMix.mp3 Final_Fantasy_6_Canvas_of_Dreams_OC_ReMix.mp3 Soul_Blazer_Tears_For_a_Moonlit_Knight_OC_ReMix.mp3 Revenge_of_Shinobi_Chinatown(BadSushi)_OC_ReMix.mp3 Socket_TripTheLightFantastic_OC_ReMix.mp3 Secret_of_Mana_Desert_Snowstorm_OC_ReMix.mp3 Zelda_Links_Awakening_ClashattheMountains_OC_ReMix.mp3 Zombies_Ate_My_Neighbors_Neighburgers_OC_ReMix.mp3 AND NOW FOR SOME VGMIX SONGS (some might be on OCR too) Aero Blasters_-_Sky High_(virt).mp3 Arkanoid_-_arkanoid - galway is god_(Infamous).mp3 (this is on Chrono Trigger_-_Darkest Omen_(mv).mp3 (Chrono Symphonic) Chu Chu Rocket_-_Cat and Mouse_(Neko).mp3 SHUT UP IT'S GOOD Donkey Kong Country 2_-_Boreal Forest_(cyb0rgjeff).mp3 Doom_-_Contamination (e2m2)_(ScottPeeples).mp3 Earthbound_-_Red Blue Sanctuary_(binster).mp3 Final Fantasy 8_-_Madame Balamb_(Fatty Acid).mp3 Halo 2_-_Ghosts of Reach Remix_(Nato).mp3 Jaguar XJ220_-_Misty ride on the A23_(SelectaNovel).mp3 (SELECTANOVEL BEATS ALL) Life Force_-_Tactile Freefall_(Midee, prozax).mp3 Marble Madness_-_Sweep Up the Broken Pieces_(Ryan8bit).mp3 (maybe) Mega Man X 2_-_Congregation of the Fallen_(Protricity).mp3 Ragnarok Online_-_Can't go home again, baby_(execut).mp3 SimCity 2000_-_Beats of Simcity_(SelectaNovel).mp3 Summer Edition_-_Huerdenlauf_(SelectaNovel).mp3 Judge_Dredd_-_Dredd_VS_Death_-_Megacity_Megasound_(RUN.DLL).mp3 Lotus The Ultimate Challenge (Lotus [1]..._-_Cruising Spaceninjas_(SelectaNovel).mp3 Parasite Eve_-_Mitochondriatic Phase_(Joshua Morse).mp3 Shadowgate_-_Warrior_King(virt).mp3 X-Out_-_X-Out LiquidX Remix_(binster).mp3 (also on OCR but it's a little different from VGMix version) Tetris_-_Tetris X-3_(Corran).mp3 [some game]_-_Magic_Lamp_-_(Ellywu2).mp3 Dance Dance Revolution_-_Xenon [Teknikality Mix]_(Nihon Tek).mp3 Chrono Trigger_-_Autumn in Yesteryear Guardia_(Protricity).mp3 <- if song length doesn't matter Ragnarok_Online_-_Jade_Mars_(Geffed_out_Jungle_mix)_(StriderYokoshima).mp3
  22. Audity

    Japanese Remixes

    SUPRISE! Don't worry it's only 16.5 gigs worth. I didn't make it myself. Just something I found...somewhere. I'm nearing 50%