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Joe Redifer

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  • Real Name
    Joe Redifer
  • Location
    Denver, Colorado
  • Occupation
    Video/sound editor, DVD author


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    2. Maybe; Depends on Circumstances
  • Software - Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
  • Composition & Production Skills
    Arrangement & Orchestration
    Mixing & Mastering
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    Synthesis & Sound Design
  • Instrumental & Vocal Skills (Other)
    I play a pretty mean kazoo

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  1. I've been subscribed to RexBanterProject on Youtube for a while now and I really dig his stuff. Unfortunately I don't believe he's contributed any remixes here yet. He just posted a basic how-to video. This is the first time he's done one of these types of videos so I'm sure he'll get better as he makes more, but this one is still pretty awesome. Note: You'll need to know your chords. This isn't for people who have never touched an electric guitar. But even if you haven't you might enjoy watching this. Check it out, give feedback, etc.
  2. The music from the Genesis version of Batman rarely gets any attention. Everyone always wants to talk about the NES music, but the Genesis stuff is really really good. As for this mix, well, it's alright. It's definitely very well made and stands out as an amazing original piece with maybe a little Genesis Batman sprinkled on. I think it might be a bit too arranged for my tastes because it doesn't remind me of the original music at all except for a little part after the two minute mark. The Genesis Batman music is something I've been listening to since well before it was released in the US (I bought the JP Mega Drive version of the game). And it should also be said that I'm not really big on most orchestral mixes, real or fake. So take my opinion with a grain of salt. (I don't like solo piano mixes, either).
  3. Ha ha I didn't buy them all at once! This kind of reminds me of a conversation I had with Dave (co-host of Game Sack) about how much money we had spent on videogames in our lifetime. I guessed he had spent more than $40,000 combined/total since the beginning of the NES days and he was in denial. Still is. It kind of would, but feel free to import them into Photoshop or Gimp (free) and desaturate the ones you like yourself.
  4. Actually no, that was a regular ol' shot. I snap the images in RAW format and the original light was set to a very daylight-ish color temperature. Upon import, Photoshop allows you to play around with exposure and white balance non-destructively, as if you are changing it in the camera itself rather than trying to recolor a pre-existing image. I set the color temperature to something more tungsten-like and got this weird black light effect. I loved it and went with it. Thanks for the comments, by the way!
  5. I took a picture of my consoles. Feel free to use them as wallpaper or in your projects whatever they may be. If you like a particular image, download it to get the big size. Here's the album: http://imgur.com/a/3AviF Enjoy. Just realized I left an "l" out of the word "wallpaper" in the title. Can't seem to edit the thread title, so here it is for now: l
  6. Great mix! I'm definitely down with you guys covering the entire soundtrack as you did an excellent job with this one. It's such an overlooked soundtrack. But it's fantastic, what else would you expect from the guy who created the music for Out Run, Space Harrier and After Burner?
  7. I liked it but I do feel it was perhaps a bit overpriced. The final stage was a touch boring but really, I'm grasping for straws with my complaints here. The game is fun to play through and I'll play through it again but I must leave it turned off for a week to get a trophy. I don't really understand the point of how it works online. I'd much rather play with my friends or alone than randomly have anonymous people show up. But the graphics are great and the music is indeed awesome. I still prefer Flower, but this is about a billion times better than Flow.
  8. This is definitely a good mix and the talent of Thunder Thouin is definitely evident. I recognized it because I always use when the strings start on that stage to gauge how well I am doing in the game. If I am not out of the little cave and back out into the trees by the time the strings start, I am going too slow. However with all of the videogames in this most recent generations that have been trying their hardest to sound as much like movies as possible, I have lost my taste for many symphonic works. Also, who is the female voice that pops up from time to time? Was that the remixer or was it stolen from something Lisa Gerrard did? Nobody else is credited on the remix and the remixer is referred to as a "he" so I have to assume the latter. I feel it would have been better without it because it seems to go past an homage into blatantly copying the style. Castlevania IV does have an amazing soundtrack, though. It and ActRaiser make some of the best use of that SNES fake-orchestra sound in any game on the system.
  9. I submitted my well-crafted missive through Nintendo's website so therefore I don't have a copy of it and I don't seem to have the exact text as a reply in my mail inbox for whatever reason. But the response was exactly the same response that everyone gets when they write NIntendo about SOPA which is: My original message to them talked about what they already mentioned in their response, like how do you trust Congress to find a balance in ANYTHING and that SOPA could be drastically misused, that comparing it to stolen goods is not a good example and that Congress cannot be trusted. They sent me this same reply anyway. It is a form-letter response, they do not respond individually.
  10. Nintendo does indeed support SOPA. This abridged list is the one everyone keeps posting and I'm not sure why. I wrote Nintendo about it and I was sent a form letter back and they clearly do support it. Here is the more comprehensive, full list. Should we apologize to you since obviously you had nothing to do with it? What do you mean, "you people"?
  11. A boycott led by Reddit made GoDaddy pull their support of SOPA, at least publicly. Linky
  12. Yup! And the RIAA's honest-to-god/science excuse was "Someone else was pirating through our IP". They expect us to accept that and be OK with it. But when the RIAA comes down on you and you tell them "Someone else was pirating through my IP" they will laugh at you, throw you in prison, have you shot in the face and they will take a DNA sample of you so that they can clone you and repeatedly kill you again and again.
  13. What I find kind of funny about the whole left/right things is that the right wants smaller government but at the same time they REALLY want to control people's lives (abortion, gay marriage, etc). Lefties want total freedom but at the same time want government to take care of us all. Granted, those are the extremes, but that's usually what I see when I look at politics. I also sometimes find it backwards how some preach we must cherish all life (re: abortion) but it's OK to execute prisoners. Personally, I'm pro-death in all circumstances.
  14. Coop, we need an animated GIF banner of Barney's Hide and Seek Adventure, pronto. /offtopic
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