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  1. I don't think I'll try submitting this track to OCR or anything, but I'd love to hear some feedback on it regardless for future reference! Last time I posted a mix on here the advice was really useful, so I'd love to have some more. <3 Thanks! Remix: https://soundcloud.com/electricmudkip/pokemon-dppt-pokemon-league-remix Original: https://youtu.be/IPBO3l4K7HU
  2. Oh right, haha. Good point. Sorry that I didn't do that in the first place. 1. 0:36 - 1:05 (both melodies present here are from the source. Main melody I'll label as A, other melody I'll label as 2. 1:34 - 2:04 ( 3. 3:01 - 3:16 (altered melody B in background) 4. 3:31 - 4:00 (A) 5. 4:14 - 5:12 (new melody from source [C], altered from original) 6. 5:42 - 6:11 (A & 7. 6:11 - 6:26 ( Whether or not you count sections like #3 or #5 though, I'm not really sure, but I'll include them anyway.
  3. Thanks for the opinions! It makes me a little more reassured to know that at least some people think this a good balance for OCR, haha. And good point about the cymbals, mystaura--now that you mention it, they do seem to be loud, and that might be what's making that whole section as a result seem louder to you.
  4. https://soundcloud.com/electricmudkip/pokemon-rse-ending-theme-remix Hey OCR! First-timer here on the forums. As a bit of background, I've been remixing for three years, and I like Pokemon a lot. I also mostly only focus on electronic genres. My main reason behind posting today is to ask a question that I've been wondering about for a while now: Is this structure of remix too liberal for OCR standards? I know most of my work probably is, and I already regret rashly deciding to send off a different remix to be judged for this very reason alone (whoops), but this is probably one of my more source-heavy tracks in a sense so as to know if this is more acceptable or not would be very much appreciated. Of course, if anyone has any extra criticisms, I'd love to hear them--I'm still very much an amateur when it comes to music, and I know I make a lot of dumb mistakes, haha. Thanks in advance!
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