Thirdkoopa

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About Thirdkoopa

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  1. I played it, enjoyed it, but also: yeah that at this point, I don't know who the series target audience is. I think it's just people that enjoy the hack and slash gameplay even if it's more mindless (which I can enjoy mindless) but in terms of attracting new people in, I can't tell if they're going to do that with the future of the series or they're going to latch onto the other 10 games, and in terms of old fans, the saga we were interested in seeing concluded is kinda over so we're just sticking around for the ride. Also Disney World's had urgency in KH1... They just lack that in every other game since.
  2. I get that much; I just wanted to weigh in my 2c on it. Honestly, interesting thread. Got me thinking. (also, tbh, I didn't read the whole thread because I do enough reading in graduate school. was going to. whoops.)
  3. Well... I'm actually gonna come in and say my 2c on this in specific: Yes, you don't own it, but you own a lot of the information gained from it. You can put original melodies or sections in a ReMix/Cover/Arrangement/Potato/etc and still use them; I recently did a Barbershop arrangement for Materia (Yet to come out... soon) and while I can't, say, use that, I can still use the knowledge I've learned which would have definitely been more difficult to acquire if I just decided "I'm going to make a barbershop original" I speak from the perspective of "I am going for owning my own indie game company one day"
  4. Bumping again. Going to donate when things wind down from my move.
  5. I like where this idea is going; in particular because I think this would help composers learn how to engrave better for projects, musicians be able to do quick sessions to knock a ton out once they have enough parts in the "Ready" category, and transcription would definitely be good too. Down to help. Forum administrator of 10+ years.
  6. I'm game for helping the organization of this project. Thinking of what song I want to take....
  7. Hey @The Nikanoru I'm working my way through reduxing the arrangement some from ground up; John Stacy is making a lead sheet so I can better jazz it up, and then I think we'll have something good with the best elements taken from the previous WIP's. I'm super pumped.
  8. Sounds good! And man, I can totally understand. PM is no easy task.
  9. I'm just thinking about redoing things from the ground up now that I know how I want to do it. I'll post it once I've got it; once I've got this arrangement solid it'll be great to just pick up performers
  10. 19 (though, I'd say different games personally, 20, 15, 13, 9, and 10. Good stuff. edit: lemme add one. Buying an expensive instrument is more about ease of playing than it is about making something sound better, in most instances I've noticed and dealt with (playing Sax, Vocals, and Guitar). That's okay. Recognize whether, a t first and foremost, it's actually being a pain on you before upgrading your instrument.
  11. I finally got something that I liked; who's ready for Chopin piano meets Anime?
  12. what that was a ride from beginning to end. holy shit.
  13. i have a disappointing confession i can't play acoustic guitar that fast ALSO will be claiming soon. lots of great tracks