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  1. Every few days in December, I uploaded a Christmas-style remix of a classic video game song to my channel. Now that December is over, I've completed the album and uploaded it as one big video. Most of these are just covers so I'm not planning on submitting any of them (unless you think certain ones could be accepted). I just want to post this here for you guys to enjoy. I had a lot of fun making these and I'd love for you to listen to them and let me know what your favorites are and how I could improve for next year. Thanks Track List A Canyon.mid Christmas 0:00 Christm
  2. Thanks for replying. There is a remix on this site that's even more like the original so maybe this could work? I like keeping songs similar, but with enhanced instruments. I guess you could say this is an extended version of Keep The Groovin'. My goal with this was to arrange it like a "normal" song with an intro, verse, chorus, verse, chorus, bridge, and chorus. Thanks for the feedback and Merry Christmas!
  3. Can somebody please give me some feedback on this? I want to know what you guys think of it.
  4. Here's my latest remix, Keep The Groovin' from Streets Of Rage, remixed for the upcoming retro gaming film, Dreamcast Gamer: The Movie. Does this one sound more realistic from my previous remix and different enough from the original to qualify? Also, if I do submit it, what name should I give it? Thanks
  5. Thanks for the feedback! Yeah, I'm primarily a MIDI arranging guy. I use Anvil Studio, a REALLY good, free sequencer. I love VGMusic, but I'd rather upload wav/mp3 files so people can experience the song the same way I hear it. I just downloaded a phenomenal soundfont and I've been working hard on some more remixes so maybe the next one coming tomorrow will qualify.
  6. Yeah, I know it's more of a cover than a remix, but I wasn't sure how I could change the song significantly (that will change as I continue to improve). As for the MIDI sound, I didn't think that was going to be a problem (now that I've closely read those standards, I realize it is). I used my Casio WK-245 keyboard for this and while I know the instruments don't sound that realistic (particularly the guitar), I thought it sounded pretty good (compared to the standard Windows soundfont, anything sounds good). I just bought this a few months ago and I won't be able to buy a really good one un
  7. Hello Everyone! I've been remixing video game songs for a few months now and I'm finally posting them here. This is my latest remix, Ken's Theme from Street Fighter II. It's complete, but before I submit it, I need to finalize the name. Currently, I'm referring to it as "Street Fighter II Ken's Theme Hard Rock Remix," but if anyone could suggest a better name, that'd be great. Let me know what you think of this one. I have a few other completed songs that I'll post soon as well. Dallas
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