Ax

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  1. Absolutely beautiful. It reminds me why I got into OCR in the first place. I just can't get over the emotion, the beauty and brilliance of this mix. HIGHLY recommended, definitely a 10/10.
  2. Very, very good remix. I can't stop listening to this. Good beat, good remix. I think DJP is confusing OMF with some other series, because there's only two games in it, one of which was just released. Plus, the original game kicked ass, and there's barely an argument about that.
  3. There's something about this remix that makes it hilarious, and I don't know what it is.
  4. DJP, I don't care what your ex said, your singing is SUPERB. This is one of favorite OC Mixes, and the way everything blends is perfect. It all fits together, and sounds beautiful and emotional. It makes me want to go play Xenogears.
  5. One GREAT song to put you in the Christmas spirit. I LOVE this beautiful, beautiful song. Nice depth to the work, lively sound, just a tad too short. But that's what loop is for.
  6. I thought the intro was too long, but overall a very good song. It's perfect to play while running Unreal Tournament.
  7. Yet again DJP creates 1337'ness in 0's and 1's. A wonderful acoustic remix of a great soundtrack. A must-download.
  8. kLuTz, you friggin' rock. Yet another beautiful piano composition. Wonderful, wonderful.
  9. I love this. It's huge, but worth the download. I'd also like to add that it ends perfectly. About 15 times.
  10. I love this. I don't know why, but especially at 1:47. The synth rocks there.
  11. Can the Prelude be remixed in any other style? Great song, great sounds, great work! This one'll go in MY playlist!
  12. Not bad, but not great. Some of the bell runs toward the end seemed... Not out of place, but they sounded forced, like something better could have been put there. The harp was only fair, it needed to be higher. I liked the reverberating bells in the background, the loud ringing (which, the sound was about the right level) gave it more of an orchestrial taste, something that makes it sound like it is straight out of a symphony hall. Overall, it's okay, there's some parts I can't stand.
  13. Well, waddya know? Come back to the main page, and there's a new mix. Some New Orleans jazz, but I don't like this too much. The instruments (sans the drums, which are excellent) sound VERY fake, which must have been the intent, but nothing unique is ever done with them. Nothing I'd listen to all the time, but a unique song, and I'm glad that the Dungeon theme has been mixed in a jazz way. However, DJ's right in the idea that the drums alone wouldn't be boring, they're my favorite part, and one of the reasons I'm going to DL this song, the drums are some of the best I've heard for a long time.
  14. I'm reviewing this as I'm listening to it for the first time, so here goes. Interesting mix, DJ. It has a nice bass score, which seems to be the basis and focus of the song. It has some interesting sounds in it, some odd stuff is done to the bass at many points. I don't have any particular feelings to this mix. It seems very random at times, but has a nice tune to it. It's nothing I'd listen to all the time, but it's a nice break from my normal playlist.
  15. I'm not sure why I love this mix. It could be the fact that Pachebel's Canon is one of my favorite songs, it could be the fact that I love Zelda's Lullaby, or maybe the electrical classical feel that I've only ever heard in this song. Most likely, it's a combination of the above three, a fast-paced hip-hop classical jazz thing that can only be described if you hear it. Regardless, this mix has a great feeling to the music, all the instuments sound good, and it's very emotional. What can I say, but: Good job, DJ, you've created one of my favorite mixes on the entire site! Some people may not like it, but I love it (which, now that I've checked most of the reviews, doesn't seem true). I like the chorus part of Pachebel's Canon in the beginning that is very evident, but it's there later, just harder to find.