Suitmonster

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About Suitmonster

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    Glass Joe (+10)

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  • Location
    Cleveland, OH

Artist Settings

  • Collaboration Status
    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    FL Studio
  • Composition & Production Skills
    Arrangement & Orchestration
    Drum Programming
    Lyrics
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List)
    Acoustic Guitar
    Electric Bass
    Electric Guitar: Rhythm
    French Horn
    Trombone
    Trumpet
    Tuba
    Vocals: Male

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  • Real Name
    John J. Brandon
  1. Another update with slightly more polish than the previous. Let me know what you think, and thank you for listening! http://www.lav.wtfpwnt.com/Music/1104.mp3
  2. The WIP has been updated and stands in hiatus until the muse kicks me again. Let me know what you think! Link again, http://www.lav.wtfpwnt.com/Music/1104.mp3
  3. This is a remix of the theme that plays during the ending credit scroll. I tried to give it some sort of a 1970s pop-country feel, maybe with some funk elements. I feel like there are a lot more questions to be answered as I work on this, and I'd love the feedback of the community. Thank you! http://www.lav.wtfpwnt.com/Music/1104.mp3
  4. Yep, 404 error resolved. The song should be listen-able (in a literal sense only, you all will have to tell me if it is really "listen-able" or not).
  5. Songs used "Secret of the Forest", and an a bit from Chrono Trigger's main theme. Looking for feedback. This is the first time I've ever remixed with intent to submit. All help appreciated. Enjoy, I hope. http://www.lav.wtfpwnt.com/Music/SoFWiP.mp3
  6. This is still a WIP, but I have gone a little farther with it. Feedback appreciated. www.lav.wtfpwnt.com/Music/Somewhere.mp3
  7. After you beat Zelda 3, there's a credit reel with a sombre little unique tune that eventually morphs into the Zelda/Link overture. I messed with that, and got this. What I have linked (pun heavily intended, yet barely achieved) is the most polished 2 minutes of the remix. I started out shooting for a funk feel, but ended up with a sort of nervous two-step line dance. I'm not sure if that constitutes an epic fail or serendipity; you tell me. http://www.lav.wtfpwnt.com/Music/Zelda3credits.mp3 I may finish this possibly maybe someday eventually if I can find a way to end it. Endings are the hardest part of the songwriting process for me. The feedback & help I get here will probably affect the outcome as well.
  8. Sorry, link was down for a few minutes while I uploaded a new version. http://www.lav.wtfpwnt.com/Music/ctforest-wip.mp3 I made some of the recommended changes & encoded it a bit richer. Should work now. Thanks for all the suggestions so far!
  9. Sorry, that's what I get for posting on too little sleep. The link should work now. Thank you!
  10. I have been working on a remix of the Secret of the Forest (or whatever translation of that title is canon these days). I have about 2:40 of solid material, but I am at a point where I feel I want to know how it sounds (and my wife is no musician, and so nice to me I think she'd lie out of kindness). Perhaps you all could tell me where I need to improve? http://www.lav.wtfpwnt.com/Music/ctforest-wip.mp3 I guess I should say something about who I am, instead of popping up randomly on the radar (unless that's typically how things are done, in which case ignore the following). I took 4 years of what was called "electro-music lab" in high school... mind you this was '94 through '98, and I was using a very early Cakewalk and a Roland XP10. All that work was midi composition and basically practice. Anyway, I did a lot of remixing back in those days, though I don't think I knew about OCRemix.org till later. From 1998 till 2006 I abandoned the idea of synthesizers and keyboards in lieu of actual instruments. I recently have decided to give sequencing a try again... and I have to admit I'm woefully out of date. As a long-time fan of several of the remixers commonly published here, I felt I could find no better audience for constructive criticism. Fire away!