mikurotoro

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  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    Acid
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    Mixing & Mastering
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    Vocals: Female

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  1. Thanks but I have a question:how do I "parse" channels? Is that done with a DAW or something else? I'm completely new to this! Also I am only remixing 8,16-bit,& 32-bit (specifically N64) so I don't think I'd have to worry about CD-based stuff!
  2. Thanks for all the help I really appreciate it!
  3. How about... Sonic & Sega All-Stars,the Yu Suzuki arcade games,or one of the platformers like Alex Kidd? Or I could go really weird & say Columns! lol
  4. I want to remix classic BGM from Nintendo,SEGA,Konami,Capcom,etc but before I can do that I have to learn how to transcribe! Can someone with experience transcribing please provide me with a list of the absolute easiest 8,16-bit & N64 VGM to transcribe? Thanks in advance! Oh & actual music please no fanfares!
  5. actually i should have said i want VGM to grow in popularity where i live the main kind of music people listen to in this area is country so i would like to help get VGM popular here! for example the local amphitheater has an annual concert series every summer & i suggested to both ironstone amphitheater & richter entertainment group that they have VGM this year but i never got a reply from both & ironstone amphitheater blocked me on facebook all because i suggested they feature VGM!
  6. do you guys think VGM should be better represented on TV & mainstream radio? personally i do because i want the popularity of VGM to grow so we can get more OST's,sheet music,more VGM concerts,etc! i like that OCR is helping with getting more people interested in VGM but have you guys at OCR thought of having your own TV show all about VGM as a way to get more people interested? what do you guys think? thanks in advance!
  7. this is some really good info i really want to start remixing but im completely new to this! thanks!
  8. Ok thanks for the help! But after I get the DAW do I need sheet music for games I want to remix or is there a way to remix without needing sheet music? Wouldn't I need to know the structure of the song before I can remix it? Like I said I'm new to this! BTW does DAW stand for digital audio workstation?
  9. I have audacity is that good enough for remixing? I also had fl studio but I can't understand it!
  10. darn looks like ill have to wait because i can't afford a sound program right now! that sucks!
  11. I really want to do classic remix albums but I don't know where to start! I haven't forgotten my Nintendo remix album but how should I proceed with this? What programs or equipment do I need & do I need sheet music? Since this is OCR I thought I would ask here because I'm new to this! also I want to do more then just Nintendo (I'm thinking Sega, Capcom, Hudson soft, Konami, basically any classic game developer) If I want to release the album on CD do I need a record label? Should I also get permission from the developers? I really need help so can some experienced remixer please help me out? Thanks in advance!
  12. well the album is going to be called Nintendo Nostalgia, so it's paying tribute to classic and obscure Nintendo games. And i do have a idea for games on the album but i wanted suggestions from you guys. Sorry if i confused you like that:-P
  13. I'm going to be doing a Nintendo fan album (non OCR) and i need your help! What games should be on the album? Remember, only Nintendo games, no Sega or Sony. I've been thinking of a Mario medley going through the history of Mario. Thanks