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About evktalo

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    Oulu, Finland

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    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
  • Composition & Production Skills
    Arrangement & Orchestration
    Drum Programming
    Mixing & Mastering
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    Synthesis & Sound Design


  • Real Name
    Eino Keskitalo
  • Occupation
    Student (Infromation processing science)
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  1. As a fellow user and a fan of your OCRs, I *need* to check out what you are doing with Renoise
  2. Noticed your signature and checked a track out in SoundCloud, very cool work!

    1. thebitterroost


      Thanks! Like it says, hit me up if you get bitten by the collab bug :mrgreen:

  3. Next episode's playlist theme is: Serious Time! Music that makes you stressed, feel urgency, etc! I'm looking forward to different interpretations to that theme. That said I really wanted to bring some more attention to this episode's playlist, as it is The Wishlist indeed. These are all excellent VGM pieces that aren't on OCR yet, and there's at least one person who would like to hear a good quality interpretation of them! If you're an arranger looking for inspiration, here's a good chance to make somebody happy! Alternately, if you know of a good rearrangement of these pieces somewhere else, please, do share! From Mohawk and Headphone Jack, Coysehaiys ~ Track 1 BGM 1, from Racing Hero From Ristar, “Greedy Game” Prarie, from Devilish From MegaRace, “NewSan” From Death Rally, Hi-Speed From Sonic Battle, Emerald Beach Title Theme, from StarTropics From Ecco the Dolphin: Defender of the Future, Aquamarine Bay From Omikron: The Nomad Soul, main menu music From Phoenix Wright: Trials and Tribulations: The Fragrance of Dark Coffee Terran Theme 1, from StarCraft From Banjo Kazooie: Rusty Bucket Bay Do leave a note if you start creating something or can point to a good arrangement of these - I'd love to do a follow-up segment.
  4. Gotta admit.. I more than love the bass intro here! What a crunchy sound and what a greasy groove. Excellent work on the interpretation front - transformative but recognizable in an amazingly fun way!
  5. Very good interview there! Fun and informative. Worth checking out for anyone!
  6. Yup, OCR has a wide variety of genres and all kinds of music, which is a thing I've always appreciated about the site. And I would say it has also widened my appreciation for different genres, metal to name one. I think this is mainly because of just getting more exposed to different stuff because of the VGM connection. Anyhow, perhaps the tagging system can be useful for cases like this? https://ocremix.org/tag/mellow There's even a readily generated YouTube playlist. Pretty neat - this is the first time I discovered that with the tagging system on OCR!
    1. Trism


      I had to go back and see when the hell this PRC was from. 2014!! Well done for resurrecting this, I'll give it a listen shortly!

    2. evktalo


      Oh wow, I didn't realize; I only looked at when I posted this on the feedback forums, 2016.. though that's also a while ago :D

  7. Nothing like coming back to old nearly finished stuff. I didn't really do a lot about the ending. Shortened the intro a little. Maybe it's passable anyhow. Chiseled the middle quite a bit and made the bass filtering more interesting. https://www.dropbox.com/s/4whmcktrcf7nj9h/eino_keskitalo-kamomilla-20190804-fc4.mp3?dl=0
  8. Next episode's playlist theme is: The Wishlist Know a piece of VGM that hasn’t been OverClocked ReMixed yet? Now’s your chance to tell us about it. We can’t promise you someone will answer your request, but it never hurts to try.
  9. Next episode's playlist theme is character themes!
  10. Hey @LuckyBastard777, thanks for the message! It's very much appreciated. Not that I didn't love the current stuff we do, but I want to especially recommend taking a listen of the old episodes. The whole backlog of this run of the podcast is very much worth checking out. Stephen and Bryan ran a great podcast and episodes up to 83 have great interviews and guest-hosted special segments that are really worth going back to, if you haven't already: http://www.whalesarewhales.com/overclocked-podcast Reason I mention this is that from episode 84 onwards, we've being doing the podcast kind of "crowd-sourced" way, mainly on the OCR Discord server. None of us have quite the time to work on the podcast to the same capacity that it previously was, but at the same time, we didn't want it to go away. So we have a lot less interviews and special segments, but at the same time, it is still really fun to work on, we're not taking too much stress about it and it's really fun to contribute, and see someone else pick it up and push it towards contribution, everyone helping out in turn if you get what I mean. And the end result is definitely something we are proud of and it's fun to listen to. Phew! Lots of words, but (a) thanks for your kind words, it really means a lot and (b) do check out the older episodes if you haven't yet, they're a treat!
  11. Nice to see sum wubulation indeed!
  12. I'll see if we can get one of those to the office..
  13. Oh boy. I feel very compelled to do something for this Finnish Amiga classic.
  14. Good topic. Funny thing, I didn't have a job or otherwise work to earn money when I was too young. Buying games with such money would've left a nice memory. By the time I was getting any kind of paychecks was early 2000s and I only had an aging, non-gaming PC so.. I quite possibly bought/registered some awesome, obscure PC game from the dark ages between shareware and indie games. I think Helherron is a strong contender. wow, I didn't know it has been updated recently!