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  1. Hello! I'm back with another chill track for your consideration, though this one is a bit wonkier. I've always loved the Mario Party music and figured I'd do a take on the song that gets stuck in my head the most, "Play A Mini-Game" from the original Mario Party. Please let me know your thoughts, in particular with regards to the EQ. Thanks! Drive link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gk-2xbJwQoURXWNXXI7REO2QZPfJ3Sdl/view?usp=sharing Original Track: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGrWq6CvD04
  2. Thank you so much! I'll play around with the low-end. The static is a vinyl noise sample that I put in to try and make it sound more lo-fi but I'm realizing that it doesn't really work with my choice of synths so I'm just gonna cut it. Thanks for the feedback, it means a lot! Especially from a veteran of the scene!
  3. This. Particularly those last two notes Maybe really attack those notes the first time through the repeat and then dial it back once the high strings come in the second time through? Or vice versa? Just a thought. But yeah, this track is amazing. Really well done.
  4. I love it! I can absolutely hear this on Radio Cutman or some other station of the like. I was going to mention the mids getting kinda muddy about halfway through the track, but then I noticed the second version appears to have cleaned those up pretty well. I'd absolutely love to hear this with a sax solo in the middle, hope that works out. Well done!
  5. Wow. Very impressive. The transition into the addition of the orchestra gave me goosebumps. I feel like I lose the cellos around 2:04 to that kinda saw wave sound (possibly trumpets?) but they come back by the end. Super great job, I'd absolutely finish it.
  6. Hello! Brand new to the VGM remixing scene. I started this song forever ago and stalled out. Finally got around to finishing a rough cut (thank you, social distancing) and would welcome some feedback on how to make it more interesting. I'm also kinda bad at telling what needs EQing, so I welcome feedback on that as well. Thanks for listening! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1aG6KfJAQRH25GYhUJvGKUKgXMqBUx5Ql/view?usp=sharing
  7. I adore this. It's incredibly well-balanced. There's so much going on in the song at any given moment, but it never feels overwhelming. The two scores are so different-feeling that I was sure trying to blend them would go about as well as blending actual fire and ice but you've managed to do it while staying true to the dynamics of both of them. As a big fan of the source material, I had high expectations and you blew them out of the water. Absolutely stellar job.
  8. Wow. I really like this. I was expecting another slightly different take on 'Faded' in some other flavor of electronica but this was surprising and organic and meaningful. I like that the whole song is essentially one big build-up, but you still took the time to play around with the syncopation of the main melodic line in the middle there. Good stuff. Keep it going.
  9. Hoo-boy. Here we go. So this is my first post to OCR. I'm very, VERY new to remixing and I'd like some general feedback on this track I've been working on. I'd eventually like this to be something akin to what you'd hear on GameChops or Radio Cutman which is to say, a downtempo, lo-fi, hip-hoppy remix a la @FUSION42's Mabe Chillage (which I absolutely adore). I only have maybe half of the track hammered out so far (about up to the chorus), but I'd like some feedback on it before I go any further. Soundcloud link
  10. I really like it! This was always the song that got stuck in my head in this game. I love the ethereal pads in the background, they give a dreamy feel to what would otherwise be a very straightforward track. The chords and harmonies sound fine to me. I also really like that you bitcrushed the bass throughout which I feel was a very prominent hook of the original song. Personally, I feel that the glitches and slips like at 1:42 and 1:44 aren't particularly necessary and detract from the overall feel of the song, but I love the lead arp that's playing alongside them. Overall, I think this song i
  11. I love this! Sounds like something I'd hear from a band at MAGFest.
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