Xeiros

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  1. Let me get this straight. You asked for Mod criticism on a project. You got what you wanted, and all you can do is make excuses without actually trying to improve you're mix based on specific feedback? If you weren't going to listen in the first place, you should have just submitted it already. I advise you to actually take the construction seriously, and try to address the issues he brought forth. Unless of course, you felt all this time that it was already good enough. Which would then lead me to wonder why you even made this topic to begin with. Consider a Mod review that results in a less than stellar review here to be the equivalent of a NO on the judges panel. Make the necessary improvements/fixes he suggested so that when you do submit it, you can do so with a great deal more confidence that it will be Yes'd. There won't be any doubt or need to make excuses.
  2. Rutela's theme is a remix of serenade of water, while snowpeak, gerudo desert, and midna in distress are all remixes of the hyrule field theme.
  3. Perhaps I can assume that however it is encoded in the program I use to transfer it to my media player, in the case Explorer as you can see here http://img209.imageshack.us/img209/7960/captureocr2fn7.jpg , it will display on the player the same way. So since winamp encodes it properly for me all should be well. Bitchin Mix btw.
  4. Xeiros

    Wall-E

    ****SPOILERS**** In my opinion, WALL-E being broken, then losing his memory, and then getting it back was almost like a brief mini summary of the whole plot of the movie. Earth is destroyed, but now its fixed (can grow life again), but everyone has lost their humanity. And in the end, they gain their humanity back. We don't know the hardware configuration of Wall-E units, so perhaps there is a seperate long-term memory module stored somewhere else in his unit and the spark triggered a reboot of Wall-E's system that allowed it to reload the memory from this module. And in the end, that's what the movie is saying about mankind now. The Earth is broken, and needs to be fixed, but we're all losing touch with what made us ALIVE in the first place. So can we REMEMBER that, or not?" When WALL-E and EVE are flying through the Axiom and we get a medium shot of a bunch of babies who obviously are in school, but the only thing they're being taught is "A is for Axiom, B is for Buy N Large, your best friend." GENIUS. If that's how kids will learn how to read in the future, then our society will never learn to think for itself and do what's actually best for the world and the environment that we live in. Beautifully crafted indeed. Does anybody notice how much personality the robots in the repair ward have? Now, I've read a lot of reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, and it irks me to see even positive reviews say that that scene was unnecessarily stretched out and pointless to the plot. The BuyNLarge corporation has fixated people on some belief that their social life has to be digital and that robots have to hand them food in a cup. But these "broken robots" have more individuality and heart than any of those humans sitting in lounge chairs have. It's one of the major messages of the film, breaking out of your routine and actually paying attention to what's going on around you. When we finally see the humans, they are effectively nothing more than robots themselves, flying around on their tracks watching their screens, drinking their food in a cup. It takes Wall-E to practically crash into them in order for them to see the stars, or the pool, or that there's actually a person next to them, and not just on their screen. It's the same thing when he makes that one robot realize that he can wave with his arm, and the same reason those other robots are considered broken.
  5. This song is bitchin. You gotta dig that opera rapping?
  6. I hate the vocals. They're too processed. It sounds like your running the vocals through something, more than likely multiple times.He is running it through some effects board and he's processing it so it sounds a little electronic-tinged, then he's layering that multiple times so it sounds like ass. Also as far as the recorder solo hes layering keyboards under it so its a little muddy.
  7. Simply Superb. One of the best piano remixes I've heard in a long time. Some of the best things life truly are free and this is one of them.