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    Melbourne, Australia


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    I found OCRemix one day when a friend gave me some music from Project Chaos. Ever since I've had a blast listening to the remixes of my favorite video game themes.

    I've been playing trumpet since 2002 and am currently looking towards a career in the music industry however I can.

    Listening to all these remixes has sparked an interest in electronic music and chip tunes, so maybe in the future I'll be submitting a track, but for now its listen and learn.

    Also if anyone ever needs a real trumpet recorded for their remixes, I'd be glad to offer since I hate computer generated horn sounds with a passion :P
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  1. Australian law says that a songs copyright is kept for 70 years after the writer's death. The melody of kookaburra is deemed recognisable enough apparently to sue over. You can't sue over a chord progression obviously, but melodies can be a lot more unique I guess
  2. i'm so hyped and so impatient for this new music! Is it coming out in March?
  3. that was so mad. is that the final version? i think you should expand on that
  4. the nba jam title theme is a pretty funky tune
  5. dude that was sick, maybe hold back a few of the repetitive parts
  6. I've never heard the source before, but that was outta sight
  7. I like this better than a lot of the other icecap remixes here. For lack of a better word, it's just..cool. Reminds me of the the feel ice cavern in ocarina of time had to it.
  8. This is great. I can't wait to hear the finished album.
  9. This is sounding gooood.I could imagine this with a full stage band.
  10. Hi OCremix, I've been a fan of this site for a while now and have decided that I want to try out remixing a track. Only problem is that I have no idea where to start. I had a look at the tutorials section and the thread about the best free music software was a good start for letting me know what's out there, but there's a lot of different programs in that list and I'm not sure what would be best for me. I don't have a keyboard or anything that I can hook up to my laptop, so I was thinking maybe there's something that will let me write notated music kind of like the program sibelius. The problem with sibelius is the sounds are crappy midi sounds. From the tracks I've heard here, I gather that there's a way of getting real instrument sounds on the computer without having to physically record them yourself? If I'm right in this assumption, what would be the program to use? If anybody could help me in the right direction, that would be great. I'm sure many have asked the same questions before me so sorry for being a noob.
  11. Wow. That was really powerful. Is it just me or does the beginning sound a bit like the theme for a nightmare on elm street? Is the whole song made out of samples? If so, where would I get them? I definitely wanna follow the progress of this remix to see how the judges comment on it. Good job.
  12. I was just wondering if many people posted sheet music or entire scores for their remixes. It would be really cool to play some of these remixes in a band
  13. Hey, I really like your track Walk on Water from Project Chaos and I was wondering if you had a written score for it or something so I could get my stage band to play it.

  14. Thanks Moseph. I'll give that a try. fingers crossed.
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