meboeck

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  1. WOW. This is everything I would want it to be. Jillian really stretched her range on the vocals, and the result is lovely. And of course the live orchestra just takes everything to the next level. Kindred by Jillian and zircon was the first vocal mix I downloaded from this site, and it seems they've only gotten better with time.
  2. Halc has some great remixes, but I think he really shines when he's collaborating. He manages to seamlessly blend in his style while also bringing out the best in the other mixer/composer. That's exactly what happened here, and the result is simply fantastic.
  3. This may be repetitive, but it's still a very enjoyable 6 minutes of music. I could easily put this on repeat while I'm writing.
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    OCR03041 - Kirby 64 'Aqua Tides'

    I can really hear the Vince Guaraldi inspiration, and I love it. I liked this well enough the first time I listened to it, but it's growing on me the more I listen. Great job!
  5. I love everything about this. It maintains the haunting feel of both the original track and the first mix, but this version really has a personality of its own. I keep loving Jillian's style more and more. Those background vocals will be stuck in my head for the rest of the day.
  6. Of all the movie soundtrack-inspired mixes on this site, this may be the most polished and fully realized. And I say that with great love and respect for some of my other favorites. I get excited every time this comes up in my playlist.
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    OCR02791 - Okami 'Harushiden'

    I love how djpretzel only needed four words to give a completely accurate description. This is one more halc mix that I will be listening to over and over.
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    wip Zelda: OOT - Song Of Storms (Solo Piano)

    I absolutely love this mix, especially the middle section. The major key is something I haven't heard anyone else try, and you pulled it off really well. I also love that that section has a bit of a ragtime vibe.
  9. I remember stumbling upon Justin's first mix in 2010. It intrigued me, but it didn't feel like much more than background music. This is the same great style from that mix but stepped up a notch. I'm going to be listening to this a lot in the next few weeks.
  10. When I saw "electric sheep orchestra" in the title, I just had to check this out. And I'm glad I did. It's not really my style, so I probably won't be putting it on my playlist, but it was perfect to listen to on my break at work on a boring Saturday. I enjoyed the mellowness, and I loved the excecution.
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    OCR02275 - Metroid 'The Crimson Depths'

    Whoa. Very impressive. You certainly created a Hollywood soundtrack atmosphere in this arrangement. It's intense and exciting without being too over the top. The choir really adds something special to it instead of feeling forced. I have to agree with C7 here. It's the one negative thing I can say. Otherwise, this is one fantastic orchestration.
  12. Wow. I love when I find myself enjoying a song in a genre I generally dislike. And boy am I enjoying this. It's really addictive. Great job!
  13. Wow, this isn't even my style, but I'm addicted. It's really fantastic.
  14. This is one of my favorites from the album. Very nice as usual. And I love the quick homage to the Pokemon Center.
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    OCR02187 - Sonic Adventure 'Peacemaker'

    Ooh, it's exciting to see you branch out. I can definitely hear some Darkesword influences here. I'm in the anti-clap track camp, but I still enjoy the overall feel of this. Just don't forget your roots. I still love to listen to Sound of the Dogfish.