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  1. Day 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqJSW90LV74 Day 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bv369Dwq3I8 Day 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnE9YBxX-uc Day 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSdyHjRAfbM
  2. Matthew Mitchum a small time video game developer is going on hunger strike to prove his conviction on saving the starving children of the world. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MhLsp6R4SFU
  3. Totally loving this. I can't wait till it's finished! I found this via Extra Credits on Penny Arcade. http://penny-arcade.com/patv/episode/games-you-might-not-have-tried-4 they used it for the outro music. Like I said, I can't wait till it's finished!
  4. Thought I'd give a shameless plug to this guy I found on youtube a while back, seeing as he released new album. http://www.csguitar89.com/ Check out his works, and he's got a free Zelda Album out. He's pretty damn good on the guitar.
  5. I love it, but I have to wonder, was there a sense of some ICP influence in there? No... Swollen Members! Definitely some Swollen Members influence in there! Love it even more now!
  6. Music and ambient sounds can be one of the biggest selling points in immersion for any media outlet, be it cinema, television, video games or ever table top games. My friends and I are looking to create a suitable soundtrack for our table top role playing sessions, and I thought that what better place to look, than a place filled with some of the most beautiful interpretations of video game music, one of the best immersion tools ever used. I’m here asking for help, suggestions and ideas. Mostly we’re looking for music that will help interpret the moods and feelings of places around the world that we are playing in (but it someone tosses some epic boss battle music or combat music that’s or anything of the such that’s fine to and will probably be incorporated) Right now the focus is getting the environments down: *Forest *Haunted Forest *Tundra *Desert (Sandy) *Desert (Rocky) *Beach Side *Ocean *Under Water *Rivers *Jungle *Woods (yes there is a difference between woods and forest) *Frozen Wasteland *Ruins *Haunted Ruins *Mountains *Glaciers *Cliffs *Caves *Rolling Plains *Hilly Areas (And yes I do consider these environments as well, just not natural ones) *Village *Urban *Elven Urban *Dwarven Urban *Holy City *Dungeons *Utopian Sprawl *Orc (Troll, Ogre, things of the like) Camps/Villages *Bars Any additions to the list, and suggestions for other things to use music with, and all musical suggestions are more than welcome. I will be posting my progress on this as they come about (and when I get access to a comp.) I thank you all now for any help.
  7. Hey all. I thought I'd use this moment of my free time to let all you out there who use Twitter or even those that don't, that there is a new free game out there that supports all browser and mobile browsers. It's called TweetLord. It's a fantasy game that uses your twitter account to send messages and #actions that earn you items, karma and experience. I figured that this would be a good place to help pull away the curtain and get some people who appreciate the worlds of games to come and check it out. www.tweetlord.com
  8. well I know that Seattle is pretty big on cosplay (Sakura-Con anyone?) so who knows... I'm trying to get my friend's GF to make me an Altaïr Costume... hopefully, if not for this one perhaps for the next one I go to or Sakura-Con...
  9. Sweet, I keep getting more and more excited the more I hear... oh, and I LOVE obscure music... any one who's seen my music collection will tell you that it's the most eclectic thing they've ever seen.... My only wish is that I had a good costume for it... How many cosplayers did y'all see?
  10. Dude.... I can't wait.... I'm almost tempted to buy tickets for the one in Victoria, BC (just a ferry ride away from me) and it's being hosted by my Fav. Radio station to, I hope there'll be tickets left after the seattle concert so I'll at least have the option....
  11. So I just picked up a few tickets for me and some friends to go see Video Games Live in Seattle in January. I was wondering if any of you out there have seen said show (or perhaps one of the others like it, such as Play) and I want to know your opinions. Also I was wondering if anyone might suggest some good orcestral Remixes to help cleanse my hearing from all the rock, techno, hip-hop and metal I've been diving into so that I may better enjoy the bliss when I go see the concert. Thanks All
  12. If people where to read the whole post then they would understand that I also said in my first post.
  13. I generally divide the Genres as deep as I can go (Rock into Modern Rock, Classic Rock, Metal, Industrial, ect...) but I probally should have said Electronica for this thread. I don't really care what Sub-Genre it'll fit into, I was just using a blanket term to try to get as much as possible. Also there was a guy who had graduated from my high school and went into Drum Core (DCI) and he came back to help out with our drum line and he ended up transcribing a Sandstorm for Drum Line is they played it at a half time show.... AMAZING. This was years ago now, but I still remember it, it's kinda the reason I was thinking of this and looking to you guys for help.
  14. I know that anyone who enjoys techno or classical has checked it out sometimes. If you're wondering what Techno Classique is, it's techno remixes of classical tunes. *Example, Moonlight Sonata Techno* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlGWvvjD8fc The real thing about this post is not about that. What I'm getting at is an idea I've had for a while, and I havn't been able to find it on the net. And I'm curious as to what all of you think. I've been looking for full orcestrial covers of Techno. I know it's kinda backwards, but I think the idea would be really sweet if not at least an interesting hear to try it out. Right now the closest thing I can think of that comes to this is Play, VGL and other Orchestra's that cover game tunes. But I would like to hear Sandstorm by Darude or Omnibus by Laut Sprecher. What do you guys think?
  15. Hey, more than I expected to get out of this thread ;; Been busy with data entry *shudders* Hearin all you guys talk about your education is making me sad, and want to go back to school... I don't know ANY level of programing or animation... Guess that's why I'm in customer relations, right? How well do you think a Psychology and Therapy Degree would do my in the gameing industry?
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