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  1. Hmm, I think y'all are being a tad harsh on this one. The track is certainly on the quiet side, but the balance of tracks isn't off, save for the lead guitar from time to time,and outside of a little ducking with the kick the production is quite good. The mix isn't perfect, but I don't think the bar is THAT high, here; the theme is easy to hear (which corrects the issue that this had last time), and nothing gets completely lost in the mix. The arrangement does leave roughly -4dBs of headroom, but that's a really easy fix - put the WAV through Audacity and amplify it, not something to reje
  2. Well to get started, you may look into the US legal system's definitions of "Fair Use", which allows for the use of material if it's used for educational purposes, parody, or sufficiently transformative, AND if there is no profit involved in redistributing the material. It's not a bulletproof, anything-goes silver bullet for all things remixing, but it is often the justification used for the distribution of rearranged music on OCR. If you have questions about the whole process, the basic wiki for fair use (and it's links) are a fair place to start, as well as looking at OCR's FAQ section
  3. Overall, the arrangement itself is competent, if too short (1:30 is a really short arrangement). The instrument quality and mixing does take this below our bar, though - the "big band" aspect has instruments that sound hollow and mechanical, with the reverb levels not really helping it sound more "real". The fact that the arrangement sans the piano portion sounds like an upgrade of the source also leave it sounding a bit on the conservative side, to boot. That piano solo, though... man, it's actually quite the diamond in the rough, there. It's got some real spice, it's well sequenced (if
  4. Note: If passed, this will need to have a new title. - Gario Contact information ReMixer name: VGHDRemix Real name: Bryce Atkinson Email address: Website: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvEWap9j26rqHhxKCbLDrtg Submission Information: Name of game(s) arranged: Super Mario Bros. 2 Name of arrangement: Overworld Theme (Big Jazz Band) Name of individual song(s) arranged: Overworld Theme Original Composer: Koji Kondo Console: NES Link to the original soundtrack: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v
  5. I sent you a Battletoads surf city remix on January 2017, and yeah you were right, it just wasn't there yet then. Though for now, I've remade the track and wanted to try again: Artist - OJJ real name - Olli Vainionpää email - website - http://ojjmusic.com/ Game - Battletoads (NES) track - Surf city (level 5) Original - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sw3bp0Of_ys Composer - David Wise I Agree for all the terms and rights to give this remix for free for everyone! Hope you like it this time and it's gonna get released and I can finally, a
  6. Seeing Stars, remix of Star Maze from Super Mario Land 2 Remixer name: Quasartur
  7. Your ReMixer Name: Lucas Guimaraes Your real name: Lucas Guimaraes Your Email Address: Your website: https://twitter.com/Thirdkoopa Your userid (number, not name) on our forums, found by viewing your forum profile: http://ocremix.org/community/profile/33965-thirdkoopa/ Name of Game(s) arranged: Secret of Mana Name of arrangement: Hallucinatory Province Name of Individual Song(s) arranged: The Dark STar Link: Other people that helped: ImAFutureGuitarHero, Stemage. Stemage opted not to give his email but gave me the blessing; I can get him a
  8. Hey! Your ReMixer name: Guido1291 Your website: Guidomusic.org Name of game(s) arranged: Legend of Zelda Name of arrangement: Lost Woods Remix Name of individual song(s) arranged: Lost Woods theme Made in Reaper. Made from scratch.
  9. Hello again, OCR Judges Panel! Let's try with a Legend of Zelda remix. The Main Theme! Link to the file: Contact Information: ReMixer name: Glejs Real name: Glenn Liljestrand Email: Website: https://www.youtube.com/glejsmusic User ID: 34608 Submission Information: Name of game arranged: Legend of Zelda Name of arrangement: Main Theme (Deffo Deffo Remix) Name of individual song arranged: Main Theme My own comments and info: First of all, this must be one of the most recognized and played videogame music tracks ou
  10. Please find my submission details below. Contact Information Your ReMixer name - Pyrus Your real name – Andy Bryer Your email address – Your website - https://www.youtube.com/user/pyrusFTSC/videos?shelf_id=0&view=0&sort=dd&view_as=subscriber Your user ID - 35471 Submission Information Name of game(s) arranged – Super Metroid Name of arrangement - The Loneliest Bounty Hunter in the Universe - [Lower Brinstar - Super Metroid Metal Cover] My submission YouTube link: Name of individual song(s) arranged – Lower Brinstar
  11. I really love the chords, I love the overall handling, the soundscape - I'll start by saying that I love this arrangement. I think some might find the static background a bit much, but I actually feel it's unchanging nature enhances the overall atmosphere, especially with the subtle changes that occur throughout. The only this I've got against this is... er, why is this so quiet? I checked; you can easily push ~10.5dB using an amplifier alone, and with minimal limiting you could easily get another 5 dBs without noticeable loss. This is just too quiet for OCR, and there's no reason for it.
  12. RebeccaETripp Rebecca Tripp http://www.crystalechosound.com/ ID: 48262 Game(s): Majora’s Mask Song Title: Heart Medicine Songs Remixed: Song of Healing
  13. Contact Information Remixer Name: Mizztery Real Name: Brad Mizzi Email Address: Website: https://soundcloud.com/bradleymizzi User ID: 30273 Submission Information Game Arranged: Dynamite Headdy Name of Arrangement: Tempus Fugit Name of Song Arranged: Sky High Link to Arrangement: Link to Original Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxufD4mx9Nk Dynamite Headdy was a brilliant game from the Sega Genesis. My brother and I used to play it all the time back in the day. There's plenty of guys that have done brilliant covers of thi
  14. Oh hell yeah, this is a kickass arrangement of a really short source. I'll be the first to admit that the arrangement meanders, but the quality of the chips and blending of nice meaty drums with other modern synths more than make up for it. The source is in this in spades, but it avoids playing the same thing twice. Fill in another gap to my favorite Megaman game soundtrack with this excellent little tune? Yes, please! YES
  15. ReMixer name: bsolmaz13 Name of game: Mega Man 3 Name of arrangement: Rock The Masters Name of song arranged: Stage Select Comments: I've always loved this short classic tune and wished many times it was longer and had more variety to it. So I set out to create just that myself. The track starts out in an 8-bit style -even gets to a recreation of the original at one point- and suddenly evolves into something modern. Essential to me was to add and alternate between enough newer elements so the track and it's samey (although awesome) melody doesn't get too repetitive. Also
  16. ReMixer name: Michael Hudak Real name: Michael Hudak email: Name of GAME: The Legend of Zelda - Skyward Sword Name of ARRANGEMENT: Takeyabu Resort Promo Package, 1991 Name of SONG ARRANGED: Bamboo Island Link to song: The Bamboo Island theme from Skyward Sword was the perfect choice for a vaporwave track. It's a genre that kind of started as a joke but took on a life of its own, one that's usually inseparable from its nostalgia aesthetic, and very fun to listen to in short bursts. There was a resort somewhere in Japan, built durin
  17. Not my style of music, so I'mma differ to others saying this is typical to the style so I can accept that a lot of the pumping in this is stylish. I've heard things in this genre before that sounds like this so... yeah, I'm going to place that in the "Not my taste, but not necessarily bad" category. I can't give the copy/pasta a pass on this, though; the song is quite short, and a good portion of the song is simply a repeat of the body. More could (and should) have been done to distinguish it from the first half of the song, because with something that has as little change to the soundsca
  18. ReMixer: Sebastian Bash Name: Sebastian Frisk Mail: Website: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfiXo7-qAWuqBhBSLchLplg ID: 35461 Video Game: Splatoon 2 (Octo Expansion) Arrangement Name: Fly Octo Fly ~ Ebb & Flow | Metal Cover Song: Fly Octo Fly ~ Ebb & Flow Composer: Toru Minegishi Game System: Nintendo Switch Original Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wk4Hcjqn3VE I really love this song, and got inspired by another Youtuber who made a rock cover on the song! I’ve always wanted to give this genre an honest try, and this is
  19. Oh, neat - the game isn't released yet, but this sounds pretty slick. Quick question: you used the "Submitted" tag, but I don't see it in our inbox (actively mulling through it, have been for a spell). Were you planning on submitting this to OCR? It would be a shame to miss it because of a misunderstanding. If you'd like to submit, you can find instructions for it here. If not, sounds pretty neat regardless so thanks for sharing it!
  20. Link RebeccaETripp Rebecca Tripp fern.ivy@gmail.com http://www.crystalechosound.com/ ID: 48262 Game(s): Final Fantasy 4 Song Title: Streets of Mysidia Songs Remixed: Mysidia
  21. The Native Dialect Your real name (prefer not to use) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA-MBhBSUewOn6dheufa0Rg User ID: 19224 Street Fighter III: New Generation "Bronx Bomber" Jazzy NYC (Underground Edit) Originally composed by Hideki Okugawa for Street Fighter III: New Generation, released in arcades during February of 1997 for the CPS-III arcade board. https://youtu.be/zxqRI_bfxgQ I produced this arrangement in GarageBand, and mastered it in Audacity. I performed the guitar segments on my Ibanez Talmon el
  22. ReMixer Name: DusK Real Name: Dustin Branscum Email: Website: http://www.itstartsatdusk.com User ID: 24328 Game: Sea of Thieves Arrangement Name: "A Shark Hunter's Tale" Song Arranged: "Summon the Megalodon" Platform: Xbox One/PC Composer: Robin Beanland Link to source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dG0DVnB0do Link to remix: Comments: It feels really good to be remixing VGM again. With this track, inspiration h
  23. Well, honestly I think this sounds great - the production values on this are pretty high, and there are some neat textures in the background that add some flavor to an otherwise already exciting battle track. There are two issues that make this problematic for OCR, though. first, despite the change from orchestral to chiptronic, it does still sound identical to the source. I acknowledge the small arpeggios in the textures that try to help this stand out, but the tempo, the structure, the... well, everything else is note-for-note the same as the source. I'm going to call this one too cons
  24. Download link(s) ReMixer Name: Sera Real Name: Nick Puccia email address: Website(s): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh8dsWVDqMamaiP2yG0fUBA https://soundcloud.com/sera_official https://sera.bandcamp.com/ UserID: 35428 Name of game: Octopath Traveler Name of arrangement: Octotronic Altercation Name of songs arranged: Battle I Composer: Yasunori Nishiki System: Nintendo Switch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gU9Lfn7lPCc
  25. My name/ReMixer name: Brett Christian Harrison Forum ID: BrettCH Game: Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest Song: Welcome to Crocodile Isle Arrangement Name: Life in the Island I wanted to have a crack at one of my favorite games. It also inspired me to get into composing on my own... Can't wait to see what you guys think.
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