soflete

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About soflete

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    Glass Joe (+10)

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    Buenos Aires

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    http://www.soydewilde.com.ar

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  • Biography
    I'm just a Game Music Fan from Argentina, willing to contact these wonderful interpreters.
  • Real Name
    Leandro Peralta
  • Occupation
    Web Developer

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  1. Hello again! I've added a new feature to Extereo: You can now store your playlists in your browser's bookmarks. I've been looking into ways of saving my Extereo playlists and I decided bookmarks was the best option: you can synchronize and access them from any instance of your browser in any computer quickly, you can export them and reorganize them using the default Bookmark Manager and there is no need for a 3rd party service for this storing your playlists. I hope you find this new feature useful! Any type of feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Leandro.
  2. Here is another .m3u playlist. This time: Shatterhand! I use VLC to reproduce .m3u, by the way. I still couldn't find a nice way to reload an exported .m3u into Extereo.
  3. Hi everyone. Sorry for the delay. Here is an example of an .m3u playlist generated by Extereo: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1bNYM0kbRrzVGNtQmpORWljMG8/view?usp=sharing I went through all the versions of Donkey Kong Country's Aquatic Ambience I could find. Enjoy!
  4. That's true. I was thinking of a more manual task, just to have my personal collection of game music. After all, it's not only about what games you like but also what artists you prefer and what particular track you like the most. I am interested in enabling people to create and share their own playlists. M3U seems like a good starting point.
  5. I have just added a new feature: m3u download. I have been looking into standard playlist file formats and m3u seems to be the simplest to implement and is widely supported by media players. I'll start building a collection of playlists that group tracks by game and artist. I just have to figure out a nice and simple way to share them afterwards.
  6. Thanks for the feedback! I am glad you like the idea. I forgot to say that I created a Facebook and a Google+ pages for the Extension. If any of you is an artist and has any personal sites where you share your music, please let me know and I'll post them on those pages. I think sites like OCRemix or DoD do an awesome job sharing music with the community with no third-parties in the middle. I created Extereo to help make this exchange a bit easier. I work on this project on my spare time and I have a few ideas related to creating, storing and sharing playlists with other people. OCRemix has so much material that sometimes I would like to have a simple way to group the tracks together by game, mood, etc. But before I start working on that, I need to know if there is people interested in it. Any suggestion is very welcome.
  7. Hi everyone. I have been following OCRemix for a couple of years now. It was three years ago when I released Stereochrome, a Chrome Extension that would allow users to stream music directly from the browser. It worked well on OCRemix, but when ex.fm was released, I gave up on the project. Recently, ex.fm changed the focus of their extension so I decided to make a new extension called Extereo Audio Player. I use it myself and I have been tweaking it to suit my needs. But I do not think that is the best way to build good software. I wanted to share it with you and see if it is of any use to anyone else than me. I would also really appreciate your questions and/or feedback. Thanks in advance, Leandro M. Peralta Developer
  8. Thanks for your compliment. But about that other track, I really don't know what that is.

  9. Cool! I wonder what that "project" is. By the way, great Sunset Riders remix too.
  10. Sorry I didn't see this before... Absolutely! I loved this track from Outrunners. I even recorded it to tape directly from my Sega Genesis headphones output... Oh, I've been a geek for so long now. Anyway, great job DjMystix! Please, please, finish it.
  11. Hi, Luiza. I loved the Shiny New Ferrari remix. I wanted to ask you if you made a remix for Picture the Rivers or if you know of sameone who did. Thanks!

  12. Yeah, I also listened to this years ago and thought it was awesome. I'm glad Luiza submitted it to OCR!
  13. Hey, Jaxx. Just wanted to say that your Ninja Gaiden work for DOD is one of those tracks I can't stop listening over and over again. You did a really good job. If it had been up to me I would have given you the first place.

  14. It do not often find myself listening to a track once and again, and much less if it comes from a game that I have never played. That makes me believe this is a great job. Congratulations.
  15. I never played Romancing Saga, but I loved this remix. Cool job.