Tuned Logic

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  1. Sweet mix dude! I have deep appreciation for the X4,X5,X6 soundtracks; they don't get enough love here. I might even mix a song myself. Anyway, I like what you have done with this, but I do think the piano is a bit too mellow and calm to fit in with the rest of the mix, especially with that sweet guitar intro. One thing you could do is start with the piano only and build up to the guitar later; that way the listener isn't left waiting for something even more extreme.

    Like I said, though, it's really sweet. Keep it up!

  2. You know I've been listening to this every day for the last 5 days or so and even the way it is, I've become a pretty huge fan of this mix. I think I like the more mellow parts anyway so that may be why the overall lack of bass bothers me less than others.

    The ending still throws me off though, I'm still expecting it to kick back into the upbeat part one more time before it ends, but then it just ends. Anyway I have high hopes for this one, great stuff and would love to hear another take if that's where you decide to go with this.

    I'll have a new update within the week. Added more bass, a whole other part on the end, and some main instrument changes. Sit tight!

  3. I really like where this is going. The concept is very unique, and the Memories of Green cameo at the end was cool. One thing though, turn down the volume of the shakers a bit; they can get a bit tiring to the ears. Also, make sure the main instrument in the second half (the part without the melody and just chords) can be heard over the other percussion.

    Great job so far!

  4. O.M.G. Dude, I've had the WIP version of this FOREVER, and just today I was thinking, man, I wish I remembered who did this; I want to hear the finished version. I'll take this time to say this is the best SOTF mix I've ever heard, and I've heard a lot of them. Great work!

    Btw, I actually just posted my SOTF mix on the forums today. Have a listen: http://www.ocremix.org/forums/showthread.php?t=16372

  5. At first I didn't recognize it, but I did eventually! Definitely a different direction. I really like what you have here, and it all sounds like one giant improvisation, which in this case is a good thing. Very epic feel, and I like how your percussion emphasis is more on the higher end of things; this is very similar to the original in that regard.

    Very nice work so far -- excited for updates!

  6. I think its leaning towards too liberal, but I'd still be fairly confident about submitting this. The overall soundscape and production is very intricate and interesting, and the original additions are very cool. New outro is sweet :D.

    I can picture this creating a judgewar, all the moar reason to sub plz.

    Haha, sweet :razz:. Anyway, I'll submit soon; still waiting to hear back on my other mix I submitted last month. It's on the list to be judged. If rejected, I wouldn't mind applying that advice to this.

  7. now i recognize it...not one of the more memorable songs of FF7 IMO, but oh well, lol. I guess thats why I didn't recognize your remix ><

    I'm quite ashamed to say... I never played FF7. Yes, I know, and yes, I will... that is if I can find a copy that's not through the roof in price. I just don't think it can match Chrono Cross and Xenogears, but we'll see...

    Anyway, I added a little more to the song, and I just need to insert one more section. After that, I'll post another update.

  8. I'm kind of confused... Pretty much the whole song is the source; I guess it's not as recognizable as I'd thought. To me, this sounds more conservative, but I guess I got carried away. I mean, I guess you all are referring to the middle melody of the song that you want repeated. But, if you listen, starting at where the tempo changes, from about 1:23 to 2:23, is that same melody. I guess I'll repeat it one last time at the end.

    I thought liberal mixes would be welcomed here *shrugs*. ;-)