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  1. It would be easy to add filters and cuts and other tricks, but thats not the style of this song. The sum of the parts is what should grab you, if it doesn't, then the song is just not your style. The drums are indeed static throughout the song. The style is sort of a lazy-esque groove. I could knock about with little fills and changeups but the song doesn't require that level of complexity. If I was going to change the bass, I'd need to hear more complaints about it than just one. Could be an opinion thing. So far all the comments I have on youtube haven't raised any concerns about it, so I'll
  2. Glad you liked it... I don't see how this would be too close to the original considering all the changes I made. The only thing that is kept the same is the notes in the lead. Changing those wouldn't make much sense as they are very simple and I am not a fan of dawdling with them simply because it hath been decreed that a remix requires dawdling. Most of my remixes take this path... Funk out the bass, change up the drums, at layers of effects and build segways; but keep the leads as they are. That's what makes the track recognizable and what I think makes fans happiest. It's what I like at lea
  3. Hello my friend, To answer your questions: Thicker drums could be achieved in many ways. You could put a compressor on them or a gate. You could layer some more on top as has been mentioned previously. If you do layer the drums, try putting some chrous on one of the layers to give the drums some added depth. Drum composition tutorials can be found en masse on youtube. The mix is a bit too quiet... the bass needs more power definitely. Can barely hear the wub wub. It is an interesting chillaxing style you've got here. The switch up from hip hop to dubstep is pretty cool but if the drop was har
  4. Reviving this to see what the good ppl doing pre-reviews might think of it... they might well be sick of me right now! The MP3 sounds alot better than the youtube version, so DL it here: http://www.donimusic.com/soundfiles/Earthbound_-_Lost-Underworld_-_Doni-Electr-oh-remix.mp3
  5. It's not meant to go anywhere... for me, the source is about a tight groove. A few minutes to bob your head. It's not meant to "go anywhere". I heard PR's mix. Yea, it's good, but I wouldn't call it stylistically similar at all. Both songs have house elements but he's going for an american electro sort of sound and I'm going for something a bit deeper and cheekier. But that's almost case in point; PR's remix is good in it's own right. It's not the same as mine. Some people will like it, others won't. A quick look in the comments for his track reveals that many people don't like the compression
  6. Thx for the link to the sauce, I already submitted it there Denying remixes they liked because they didn't fit the standards is just the opposite side of the spectrum. What I would think works best is some combination of abiding by the rules and sonic judgement. If my mix is repetitive... that's what it is supposed to be... a ton of video game music is repetitive, so it strikes me as odd to denounce repetition.
  7. Meh.. the sad thing is that OCR has such bizarre standards. Everything seems to be evaluated in the context of "remixes we like" or rather, strictly based on opinion (or strange forces I cannot come to grips with) Never heard of The Sauce, but I guess I can submit it there. I just want ppl to jam to this grove should they feel the urge, OCR acceptance or not
  8. Indeed, I suppose you are right... if it goes up as an OCR track it'll get to more ppl... Let's see what the mod review says before I go back into it
  9. i love when the subtle arps come in around 2:20... oh if only I had me a spliff
  10. Thanks for listening Patrick I'm glad you liked it. In reality, the song was made just for you and others who like the source and can appreciate the mix. Repetition on this one was definitely intentional... although it would not be too hard to put in a little segway here or there The track is meant to be something I can drop fairly easily in one of my DJ sets, it's here to be appreciated the chrono cross remix was cringeworthy for me, but that's an opinion thing. I hate trance of that variety the g n g mix u linked to was pretty good but perhaps that track is less dancefloor friendly and more
  11. no love for Star Tropics 2? ye olde soundwaves is cryin'
  12. what a sexy source indeed I like your mix could be worth finishing.. it's a bit 90's rave at present which is alright if that's your thing I'll def be giving this a go. nice find
  13. Hey all, Here's one for ya. Star Tropics 2 has some excellent tunes that deserve a bit more attention, so here's one. Sort of a lo-fi funk electro jam. Enjoy! The links: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EmLZLf3pHw http://www.donimusic.com/soundfiles/StarTropics2_-_Overworld-IceAge_-_Doni-Neolectro-Remix.mp3 The source:
  14. suggestions for what parameters I could muck with? I'm only playing with the LFO, the freq and the release I know what you mean, but 'busy' is kind of my style. This is dubstep because of the half time beat and the wub wub... I know that normally dubstep doesnt have a prominent lead in the mix normally. perhaps that opinion? It is a bit different than most of the stuff OCR accepts, but I'm really just posting this for ppl to listen to if they want Ok, and I like the feedback... I was trying to add something to the typical dubstep mix but when I do a final master of the track I will conside
  15. Yea I listened to PR's mix. It's excellent, but different than mine. I'm doing alot of things that are not conventional for a dubstep track... also, the sound is not supposed to be a smooth flowing groove... perhaps you don't like the style but I think others will
  16. Thx FS, This track might be a bit different than your average dubstep track. I did want the snare to be less poppy than they usually are in most dubsteps. Same with the bass, I wanted the wobble, but I wasn't going for the popular high end bass sound here because that just wouldn't have mixed with the melody in the high end. Did you listen to the youtube or mp3 version? I did play with the stereo a bit, but I'm going for a wall of sound, so everything should sound "as one". For dubstep, i think drums and bass will ride the middle for the most part and I wanted the highs to blanket the track wi
  17. Oh i found the info on "Mod review"... good idea... anyways, I'd like some feedback so I'll change the status... OR rather I would change the status if I knew how to? Perhaps I am blind **Figured it out... need to edit the first post. I suppose that makes sense
  18. hows mod review work? Thanks for listening at least Dubstep is really just about a wobbly bassline and slower drum patterns... perhaps it's a bit more complicated than that to get the right sound, but I like it because it could be good for dancing or just bobbin ur head to
  19. Hey all, My first true Dubstep track here. I love the music from Zelda 2 and I think I've got something worth listening to here. Feedback appreciated! I should say that I ventured off the Dubstep track for parts of this song, so I'm not interested in any genre nerds telling me this isn't true dubstep... Links: Youtubez - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qy993QELIVw Download - http://www.donimusic.com/soundfiles/The-Adventure-of-Link_-_Battle-Theme_-_Doni-Dubstep-Remix.mp3 Source -
  20. dam, I meant to update this post earlier I'm going to do an update of this track for sure. I'm doing an album at the moment so I'm burning through many tracks... So I'll update this when I go back and do a final master of all the tracks. Thanks for all the input
  21. Where have I been? Stuck in a hole with only my beats and time... haha Ok guys, I'll try to do something with the strings, but I'm truly going for robot synthonic with that who intro bit. I'll mess with the ASDR and try to add some chorus or something to spice it up a bit. BP: I'm still a bit butthurt about my CT remix being denied for sampling the original game music.. so I think I'll just leave that one alone Doctor D: About your harder, faster, stronger tip - maybe. I'm going for slight cheese effect in the production. So I'm not trying to fully grease up every detail. I'd maybe add anothe
  22. Oh, and here's an mp3: http://www.donimusic.com/soundfiles/Startropics_-_Dungeon-Theme_-_Doni-Electrolyte-remix.mp3
  23. Thanks evktalo, Well, right now the strings do have a bit of juice on them... I really must stress it sounds how I would like it to sound. However, if I was to change it, what would you suggest? What, specifically, feels stale about the sounds? I guess I just don't know how to change them to make them sound less stale... but I don't feel they are, so I need help!
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