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Mr. Hu

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    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    Bitwig Studio
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    Arrangement & Orchestration
    Drum Programming
    Mixing & Mastering
    Synthesis & Sound Design
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (Other)
    Bass guitar, guitar


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    Michael Hudak
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    Composer and audio designer
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  1. Restating my appreciation for the sound palette in this one. Wouldn't have guessed they're sourced from a hardware chip.
  2. I'm interested in The Loser if it hasn't been claimed yet. I listened to a few of the red tracks and that one really stuck out as a song I could do something interesting with. @Darkflamewolf @Jorito
  3. It's called Polar. ~18 minutes long. Out on all music streaming services (except Tidal). If you give a listen, let me know what you think. I'm interested in hearing what others' impressions of it are, musicians/producers or otherwise. I purposefully scooped out much of the low end for aesthetic purposes (to remove warmth). Surprisingly, figuring out the tracks order for a 4-song release was way harder than I expected!
  4. Props to DJP for picking out the Merrie Melodies influence. I don't think I mentioned it but it was certainly in my mind.
  5. I am loving how the low end is glued together here. Airtight. Then in the last minute that breakout occurs and everything glitters. Really, really creative arrangement for an EDM song.
  6. Nice job mixing this one. Lotta resonances/verbs/delays/shakuhachi breaths in here but they all have their space.
  7. I read the title as Lil Goron and was expecting a reggae jam, hah. I really dig Zas' deliberately hodgepodge style of stitching these songs together, almost like a patchwork quilt. I'd like to hear his finished OoT album one day.
  8. Nice little companion piece to the original. All of the seasonal themes in Stardew are fantastic. They suit the game perfectly. Definitely worthy of an OCR album in the (perhaps distant) future.
  9. This one is possibly my favorite from the album. Great groove, really interesting tones and sound design that stand out as nice ear candy but are still very much in line with the moodiness.
  10. Worlds Apart, probably (the FFIX one). Great genre variety, and a lot of tracks that feel personal. I've also not listened to anywhere near all of the albums, mind you.
  11. Dunno the source but I'm diggin' this when the vocals and piano come in. Great work on a technical (recording/mixing) level.
  12. The two things that stand out to me are that the kick is really thin...the bass guitar is way heavier. You could probably have the kick borrow a little bit of the low end from the bass, at least from 0:19 to 1:15, when the bass part is played by that organ. The kick could also use a little more mids/highs as well. The vinyl crackle effect is also a little loud for how much upper mids/highs you have your filter settings at, and it's a bit distracting, especially at the start and end. It's actually pretty good otherwise though. The delay at 0:27 is a cool one-off. Your reverbs are mostly good. Nice tempo, too.
  13. Thanks for your great compliments, truly. I think the stark contrasts between higher and lower frequencies, a lot of details in panning, and the consistent momentum/pulse throughout are the 3 things that make this one work despite it being fairly lo-fi. Plus, the original was pretty different for being in a Zelda game, so I only had to meet it half-way in terms of doing something experimental.
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