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    I draw. I listen to your shiznat. Occasionally I do both simultaneously.

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  1. Okay guys, Shariq's driving back from MAG Classic currently, so with his blessing, I'm posting in his place. The source for Round 8 is Mega Man X6 - Gate's Laboratory. It's technically a remix of the second X-Hunter's stage theme from Mega Man X2 (for reference), but with a little extra added.
  2. rnn Vector Point Engineering Sigma Fortress (Blizzard Buffalo in Final Weapon [X4]) Sword of the Scavalier (Ground Scaravich in Final Weapon [X4]) Mind Flip~ (Cyber Peacock in Final Weapon [X4])
  3. rnn MMMDop (Slash Beast in Doppler Stage 1 [X3]) I Don't Run At All (Crystal Snail in Doppler Stage 1 [X3]) Red Shifting Drift (Boomer Kuwanger in Doppler Stage 1 [X3])
  4. rnn Rolling (Frost Walrus in Palace Ground [X]) Wanderforce (Gravity Antonion in Palace Ground [X]) Bounce Too High (Vanishing Gungaroo in Palace Ground [X])Shariq said I could get my vote in now - this once - because I helped with sigs. Please no bully.
  5. Since you need more reviews, you're getting an uninformed, non-musician review: Not the most difficult round to pick favorites for, but the quality and enjoyability of the mixes in this batch are arguably the best so far and reminded me why I loved the 2011 run of this compo so much. I'm gonna keep these short and mostly positive, because I'm busy working on other artwork for OCR. Bees - If you took out the Hornet Man part, you'd have a beautiful Moon remaster. Flush the Sky - Feels like it lacks direction and an overall mood, but the orchestration sounds very natural. Obviously laid some
  6. Thanks so much on both accounts :D :D

    I actually came across Groovin' on the Hilltop last night; it came up on my OCR playlist for the first time in probably a year haha. Thinking I might have to polish that one up, especially that little wimp of a snare :P

  7. Also also, amazing handsmom collab this past week!

  8. Rediscovered Groovin' on the Hilltop today. Such a gem☆

  9. What a pleasure to meet the very charismatic Brushfire this fine MAGFest! PowerRoll is def still an option btw;D

  10. Yeeeah, seconding Darkflamewolf's sentiment there. Sounded like it was shaping up to be sumtin' fierce.
  11. Mr. L

    Thank you for the compliment!

    I enjoy these competitions and see them as a chance for everyone to just enjoy some music and, additionally, to get feedback / comments from everyone and to improve abilities, even just a bit at a time. Win / lose, it's still fun!

    I appreciate your comments and the compliment; thank you! :)

  12. rnn

    You are such a gentleman! I hope the other up-and-comers take after your attitude. Keep at it; you're getting better and better.

  13. It makes generous use of both themes, just not in an entirely expected way. The latter half of the first minute is all Catfish (okay so it's possibly a blend of both Catfish's and Centipede's intros). Underlying chord progression is a compromise between the two sources. During the obvious Centipede section at the end, it sounds like the part of Catfish's theme that starts 40 seconds in is weaved into it... ...Or at least that's what it sounds like to my untrained ear.
  14. Mixes are great this week! Voting's going to suck - both Ben and Jason did an amazing job melding their sources. And imfho, the dissonance in Cash and Change's submission is part of the charm.
  15. Aye aye! Ugh, this is why I should have followed the SZRC more closely. Love the Collision Chaos/Underground mix. Sorry to clog up your profile btw.

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