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  1. The title pretty much says it all. Star Fox 64 was probably one of the most amazing videogames of that era, and I just replayed it earlier. IMO, that soundtrack is just begging to be remixed, whether officially or individually, and there is only one song in the OCR archives dedicated to it!!! This really makes me sad, and so I think this could be an amazing project for everyone to work on.

    Just don't overuse the "Do a barrel roll" line. It's only funny for so long. :grin:

    Orangedragan signing out.

  2. Wow, you've got a wonderful and really smooth voice! I can imagine it's pretty hard to sing live without a microphone, so your performance in the video was stellar.

    I'm not planning on doing any vocal tracks in the near future, but I'll definitely keep you in mind should I need a vocalist.

    I'm not sure if you're new here or not, but welcome to the community in any case. =D

    Thanks for the compliment. ^_^ While I've been a fan of OCR for months, I only just recently started seeing if I could help out, so I guess you could say I'm new. Regardless, thanks for checking me out, and be sure to keep me in mind if you hear that anyone needs a singer.

  3. I've noticed that outside of official OCR projects, vocal tracks seem to be fairly rare. So, in an effort to help contribute to the OCR community, I want to offer my services as a vocalist to anyone who needs it, whether it's just a single song or for an entire album. I have been singing professionally for a few years now, with professional training in both Classical and pop/broadway style voice. Unfortunately, the only examples of my voice is outdated by a few years, though you can find it here:


    I promise that I've matured quite a bit since then, so don't hesitate to ask me for help. Thanks, and I look forward to hearing from you all soon.

  4. Great track, probably the best in the album. Sure, every song in the album was amazing, but they were all too predictable, and didn't really try to explore outside of the genre box, despite having multiple opportunities to change up their style based on their respective stages, whereas this track really captures the feel of Hornet Man while being a real remix. There were a few problems I had with the vocals, but I think that has more to do with the style than his voice. Vunderbar.

  5. Video games seem to have it all. Even from their early arcade days, when the game had a singular, simplistic objective, video games had the populace enamoured. As time progressed, they expanded, evolving into interactive complex stories with surprise twists, with a variety of increasingly spectacular gameplay, not to mention the inevitable increase in graphic quality. One of the things that has always been at the core of great gaming, however, has been the soundtracks. To keep the sound of a game fresh and interesting when you have hours upon hours of playing ahead of you is a feat in and of itself, but audio directors always find new ways to go above and beyond when it comes to catchy game music. But for some of the older video games, from the 64-bit era and beyond, their soundtracks find themselves being lost to the ravages of time despite their superior quality because the sound has become outdated in these High Definition times. Thankfully, a website called OverClocked Remix has made it their mission to remix popular video game soundtracks, bringing a whole new dimension to the catchy tunes that filled our childhood. One of their most recent collaborations is entitled “NiGHTS: Lucid Dreaming,” an album comprised entirely of remixes from the Sega Dreamcast game “NiGHTS into Dreams.”


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