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Apollyon

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    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    Sonar
  • Software - Preferred Plugins/Libraries
    Wide variety of EastWest, Applied Acoustics, XLN Audio, and Cakewalk plugins, primarily as VSTs
  • Composition & Production Skills
    Arrangement & Orchestration
    Drum Programming
    Mixing & Mastering
    Synthesis & Sound Design
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List)
    Organ
    Piano

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  1. Let me begin by saying the three of us are delighted to see this made it onto the site and have collectively laughed our collective arses off at the idea of writing a deeply analytical submission email for six minutes of flatulence. I believe NuPharazon in particular suggested we could still submit such a ReMix under the title "You Asked for It", although I'm not sure I'm willing to put in the amount of effort it would take to craft a lengthy piece of music from tuned flatulence. Souperion: We're quite pleased you like the ReMix, and pleasantly surprised by the positive reception it has r
  2. Absolutely phenomenal, Audix. Listening to this one alongside your other two, this one beats out "Days' End", and gives some damnably ferocious competition to the excellent "Devastation's Doorway". Music like this makes me hope some of the composers occasionally look for fan remixes of their work, because I suspect Mitsuda himself would be exceedingly impressed; I would think drastic, unorthodox reworkings of the source material would be well within his tastes, judging by his work on Brink of Time and Creid. As to the merits of the actual song itself... First off, I honestly have to wonder how
  3. Just looped the song half a dozen times in WinAMP, and I must admit, I am absolutely blown away by this one. This song is easily one of the top three in the original series, and you guys not only did the song justice, you turned it into the kind of epic anthem I would expect to hear at the end of a movie (perhaps with a sunset view of Monstropolis in the background?). This one is up there with DarkeSword's "Stranger in the Desert", Star Salzman's "Tickle My Wily", the Megas' "The Annihilation of Monsteropolis", and Sixto and zircon's "Nuclear Flash" collab. Simply brilliant. Six stars out of f
  4. Wow, most impressive. I enjoyed "Alpha" greatly, but this one is actually the better of the two, in my opinion. I have always felt that ambient music in videogames is greatly underrated (Riven being the ultimate example, of course), and this mix manages to capture the feel of the original songs while still giving off that strong atmospheric vibe - almost an Oxygene feeling to the first thirty seconds, actually. While I am only slightly familiar with Marathon's music (what little there is of it, anyway), your interpretation of "Under Cover of Night" (my all-time favorite Halo theme) is truly fl
  5. Hmmm... The vast majority of the music in Hiroki Kikuta's Seiken Densetsu soundtracks could be considered "ridiculously happy". A lot of Koji Kondo's old stuff is rather chipper as well. Jun Ishikawa has written an enormous amount of light-hearted stuff, although it can get old fairly quickly.
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