Seth Skoda

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About Seth Skoda

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    Alex Kidd (+200)

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    Philadelphia, PA
  • Interests
    Sonic, metal, dope beats and drinking. Problem?

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  • Collaboration Status
    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
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    RYM2612, YM2612, Famisynth, Neochip, Plogue sforzando, Plogue chipsounds, M-Theory, Nightlife, 808 Trapstep Sample Pack Vol. 1&2, Beatrig Sidekick 6, Broadcast Multiband Compressor
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    Arrangement & Orchestration
    Mixing & Mastering
    Synthesis & Sound Design
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (List)
    Vocals: Male
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (Other)
    Metal screams, rapping, power metal singing

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  1. I added a little bit of extra stuff just to fill the sound space. Tons of MIDI editing done as well. I used all Sonic 3 sound driver instruments here, but opted for 80s style drum samples because I thought they would sound better.
  2. You know, I liked Trism's mix the best, but I voted for TheVideoGamer's mix as first place because I felt that it more closely met what MnP is about. Both fantastic tracks, though. The bonus tracks were great as well.
  3. SEGA Genesis chip music. Key: C# minor Melodic trap. Key: F# minor Take your pick.
  4. Dude... You know most of these source tunes are from classic era Sonic games, right? That being said, I recently remixed (and submitted) Flying Battery Zone (originally from Sonic & Knuckles), and I have a WIP of Lava Reef Zone (both acts) sitting around somewhere. Here's the Flying Battery Zone remix. Melodic trap /EDM style.
  5. What kind of style do you seek? Are you going fully modern? Or are you looking to give it just a slight upgrade? By slight upgrade I mean like maybe a slightly newer console than Amiga. If you were thinking to go full 16-bit console style, I'd be your guy, so long as I could find a decent source. VGM/VGZ or MIDI formats would be something I could use. Here's why I'd be the guy for that If you're looking for something else, do let me know while I seek out something I could use. I am capable of more than chip sounds. Meanwhile, see if you can do a VGM dump of the tunes with an emulator or something. That may help future candidates.
  6. There are only two tracks I can choose... I would think there would be more participation with all the quarantines going on. By the way, I cast my vote. Both submissions were fantastic, thanks for the ear candy, guys!
  7. The Colony Level from 3D Ultra Pinball Castle Theme from Super Mario World Power Rangers theme song
  8. Question: is there a preferred sample rate for the output wav file? I use 44.1kHz.
  9. I think I'll go in on this one. Kirby be having some nice tunes, and this one is no exception.
  10. I'm updating this with several collaborative works. All of these were initially written by swosp, and what you hear in all of these tracks contain varying degrees of alterations to the original composition. The first one is kinda vaporwave and utilizes the Sonic 3 sound driver. Next, I kinda just played with the sounds until I found something that sounded just right to me. Also kinda mellow, but not as mellow as the first one in this reply. Next is some of the heavier stuff swosp wrote for a symphonic metal side project. And here's the one that got him started sending me his MIDI. At the time when I made this, I had no knowledge of his old metal project, for which he had originally written this. He had uploaded it as an 8 bit chiptune, and my first thought was to not just Genesize it, but metallize it as well. This is the result of my work with it. If you just search Google for "Satiment Alidwel Grothen," you'll find not only the 8 bit version, but not too deep into the results is the original rendition under the band name "Absilentia." Here's swosp's Newgrounds page. He's rather versatile, as he also produces beats and EDM (and then some).
  11. Hmmm... Should I mix it up like a full OC ReMix rearrangement, but keep the sound on the SEGA Genesis sound chip? I'm thinking yes.
  12. I've decided to not keep making a new thread every time I post new SEGA Genesis music. Instead, I'll throw it all in this thread from this point going forward. I'll throw this up first. It's a collab:
  13. This is really more of a shitpoast than a serious remix Enjoy!