Prasa_U.

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  1. Hello everyone, here is a small update, up to around 2 minutes. As you can see, I am transitioning into a minor-key rendition of the theme. The plan is to segway back into a full-fledged major key climax at the end. Remix V2
  2. Thanks for the comments, guys. By the way, "Peaceful days" is the name of the original track, I don't have a title for the remix. Hopefully some of you could help out, I'm not very good with names.
  3. By the way, yes, if I ever submit this, I will replace the cheesy piano soundfont with a real recording. Remix V1 Just a rough cut of a little over a minute. Source music: Peaceful Days, Chrono Trigger: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uODZVIkuqlI
  4. Here it is: http://www.omohide.com/music/Corridor%20of%20Time%20(www.omohide.com).mp3 In the end I just left it more as my personal "remake" rather than an OCR-style rearrangement.
  5. More: http://omohide.com/corridor2.mp3 Re: Pander. I don't know if I was really going for any specific tone other than the organic sounding one I had in my head. I did include some tabla-aided percussion to recall the Hindu sounds of the original. My intent when starting was just to bring the piece out in the way it always did it my head, but I may consider adding a more personal touch to the arrangement and submitting it to OCR.
  6. So I'm working on kind of a "remake" of this tune. I don't know if I'll submit it to OCR since I'm not currently focusing too much on rearrangement, but maybe in the future. Here's the beginning, the general sound I'm going for. http://omohide.com/corridor1.mp3
  7. Ah, some interest. I was close to ditching this project. Perhaps. Maybe if you suggest any melodious, non-action, thematic material, I could take a look.
  8. The first one minute: http://www.omohide.com/ocremix/test1.mp3 Never played the game myself, but I like the music. This track is called "Boundary" though sometimes I see it called "Podorui" or something like that.
  9. It seems like everything I do is a third of the volume of the commercial stuff, as well as some remixes, I listen to. For example, this file: http://www.omohide.com/qqqqq.mp3 Seems to be as loud as I can get it without the clipping red light going off in my sequencer. But it seems quiet compared to some other programs, and especially when I play it on my cellphone, compared to other stuff on there. So what is the secret here? Is it possible to increase the volume on this example? How?
  10. It is.....but my school has a digital music program with some great equipment and software so I pay nothing!
  11. Anything related to Schubert is worth continuing. But seriously, I like what I hear, I want to hear more, I don't know if the sound quality is good enough though, but I really like the concept.
  12. Is this what you're talking about? http://youtube.com/watch?v=dh3bleXWaCk&mode=related&search= I admit I'm not a big fan of the genre or electric in general, I'm not sure if it's original or not as I haven't really listened to a lot of electric guitar music. Nothing really stood out between the parts you listed though. I actually thought it was a bit unpleasant around 4:00 and 4:45. I've heard other electric guitar music I have liked better.