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  1. http://soundcloud.com/met_outspoken Everything on there is composed with Nanostudio for iOS sans a couple poor recordings from a laptop mic.
  2. It's great to know that you're making an impact; congrats. You're legendary in my book. Use twitter.
  3. I could possibly make Chicago. Anything further away from Milwaukee than that is doubtful at best.
  4. Ironically the leading track originating from this site is a WIP of Nostalgia by DrumUltima. I know it's not a posted remix but still... Leading track within the past year (exactly 365 days). Beyond Good and Evil Frame of Mind by Aurora, Destructo, SGX Total of 46 plays (average of .126 plays per day)
  5. Voting for... Halo 3 and Halo 3 ODST I've never even played ODST and I consider it one of the best road trip albums I own. Metal Gear Solid franchise Mass Effect
  6. That's how I do it. However, I feel compelled to go back and make changes to artists names in order to get some cohesive structure. It becomes a little frustrating to group the same artist together when he/she goes by 3 different names (i.e. Another Soundscape, anosou, Mattias Häggström Gerdt or Daniel Baronowsky, Danny Baronowsky, dB soundworks, etc.).
  7. If you want atmosphere, I would recommend anything by Children of the Monkey Machine.
  8. OCR Polo Shirt? Yeah, I had plans to pick up a black medium. My other shirt has seen a whole lot of use and isn't all that wearable anymore.
  9. I do love the titles, it certainly worked alright with the type of music. Definitely a memorable album in just about every way.
  10. I was listening to this album when I was browsing OCR and lo and behold it appears revived from community discussion. This is some truly unique and amazing stuff and I'm somewhat ashamed I put off buying it for so long. There was a comment earlier in this thread about the titles of each track (namely, long and weird). I'm just curious as to why each individual track was named as it was (seeing as I'll be doing reviews of each track shortly). What in your mind personally connected the titles to the tracks? Anyway, great stuff. It's hard to find this kind of unique awesomeness in the music that I listen to.
  11. You aren't the only one. I'll be sure to add this to our little Metroid 25th anniversary post as well.
  12. It's been more than a week and I have yet to blog about this. I'm thinking a full scale comprehensive review of every track from this album and Espers. I'd be doing Espers myself and I'd probably get two other authors interested in this to do Meteocrity. There's a good chance this won't be done until the end of September, but I'll be sure to link back to this thread so you know where to find it. Should be a lot of fun
  13. I'll probably throw up a blog post about this album in the next week or so once I've thoroughly listened to it. I just purchased Espers as well so I'll definitely give that a mention. Hope it helps!
  14. Bump. Hoping more people will notice this.
  15. Good luck! Loved your piano stuff on the album, very refreshing.
  16. Shinesparking is a blast. The fun part for me in the side scrolling games was that finding the item itself wasn't that hard sometimes, but getting to it was quite the adventure.
  17. My good friend Oliver Sadie released his first album, Finding Stars a month ago today; I figured the OCR community could give a lot of good feedback to a talented artist like Oliver even though it isn't connected with video game music. Oliver's album can be found on iTunes and Amazon, but if you don't have enough money to support the artist, all of the tracks on the album are available for free via Olvier's soundcloud page. I've also done writeups of a few of Oliver's tracks from this album on my blog: Resolution, Ochre Threads, and Penelope. Oliver Sadie has been a great inspiration for me and his use of Nanostudio (a DAW for iOS) has motivated me to continue composing and get an album of my own sometime.
  18. Happy Birthday Mr. Lloyd. You've given the world a lot of good inspiration.
  19. http://reoganworks.blogspot.com/2011/03/song-of-week-34.html I tried to take a closer look at Revolution (the track) in a writeup for my blog. I'm sad to say I can't even begin to account for the sheer awesomeness within that piece.
  20. http://reoganworks.blogspot.com/2009/09/song-of-week-reogan-style.html http://reoganworks.blogspot.com/2011/05/song-of-week-39.html This track saw separate writeups from two different authors on my blog, the first with a literary perspective, the second with a literal.
  21. http://reoganworks.blogspot.com/2011/05/song-of-week-365.html This was a fantastic debut for Nase. Really brings some flair to a style I haven't heard much of.
  22. http://reoganworks.blogspot.com/2011/05/song-of-week-36.html I really enjoy the choir and piano near the end of this track. Well done.
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