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Geoffrey Taucer

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  1. I like it! Thank you. Now I just need to host it... but I'll probably be using it within then next couple days. Thanks!
  2. I guess I wouldn't mind having a real sig. Preferably something involving guitars and/or Xenogears and/or the Chrono series. I'm not picky, just something cool looking.
  3. I'm definitely going to take a look at this one. I guess rubber suit man has first dibs on it, but like I said, I'd be happy to take it if he doesn't.
  4. Damn, rubber suit man beat me to it. If for any reason rubber suit dude can't do it, pm me and I'll be happy to. I also can't read sheet music, but can play very well by ear.
  5. Mods, it would be nice if instead of making people scroll through page after page of performers offering their skills, we had a running list in the first post that could be edited as needed when somebody else offers. Just a thought.
  6. Everybody, I think as well as listing what you have to offer as far as performance, you should also list what you have available as far as gear, because unfortunately, that's sometimes just as important. If you're the best singer/guitarist/saxist/whatever in the world, it's still useless to the rest of us unless we know you can get a quality recording of it. Demos are also a good idea, if possible.
  7. I think this just might be the single best remix on this site. With the exception of one or two on Time and Space, this is probably the best remix I've ever heard. Sheer brilliance, that's all I can say. This is how Zelda's Lullaby was MEANT to sound.
  8. Any flute players? A live flute player would be very helpful with this mix I'm working on.
  9. I play guitar, irish whistle, and keyboards. Acoustic guitar is my specialty. I'm very proficient at finger picking, especially that folky-country-type stuff (see my "Town Life" collab with djp). I'm okay but not spectacular at classical. And, of course, I can do plain ole' chord strumming just fine. I can do electric guitar reasonably well. Either rythm or lead work is fine with me. I'm not all that great at high-speed shredding, but I can generally do more mellow melodic work pretty well. I can also write a guitar part to go along with your mix. In addition to guitars, I play irish whistles and keyboards. On Irish whistle, I'm reasonably good. My whistle is a high D whistle, but unlike a pan flute, an Irish whistle can hit sharps/flats, so if your stuff is in another key I may still be able to play it (D and G are the easiest keys for me, though). I'll give pretty much anything a try. An irish whistle has about a 2 octave range. The lowest note I can hit is D one octave above middle C. I have also now aquired a low whistle, which plays in the same key, but one octave lower. It sounds unbelievably sexy. I'm planning on buying a lower whistle as well. I'll edit this post again once I have it. Here's a list of what gear I have available: -A Yamaha s03 keyboard synth (has pretty good piano patches) -A Yamaha FG-80 steel-stringed acoustic guitar -A Line6 Variax 300 steel-stringed acoustic modeling guitar -A soundhole pickup -A Shure SM57 microphone -E-MU 1212m audiocard -A Squier Standard Stratocaster electric guitar -An SFX-02 Tweak Fuzz pedal -Crate VTX15 electric guitar amp -A Mackie 1202-VLZ mixer -A Feadog high D irish whistle -A Humphrey Journeyman high D irish whistle -A Burke low D irish whistle -A Chilean pan flute For electric guitars, I generally use VST amp modelers (either Guitar Suite or Amplitube) rather than my real amp, as they usually sound much better. I cannot read lead tabs or sheet music. I'll be learning the parts by ear.
  10. This is how this tune was meant to be played. Absolutely brilliant, and one of the best-done orchestras I've heard in a mix.
  11. I wish I could participate. Unfortunately, I lack the gear/software/money required to convincingly synthesize an orchestra.
  12. Sounds like a great idea, but I think you're making a mistake by excluding piano. Pianos are sometimes (I'll admit not frequently, but sometimes) used in movie soundtracks to spectacular effect.
  13. Haha! This remix kicks ass! It sounds great, and it's FUCKING HILARIOUS! Definitely adding this one to my list of favorites.
  14. Noir's best, and that is one hell of a statement. This is in my opinion the single greatest piano piece ever, not just in the game music genre but in any genre. I cannot possibly describe how awesome this piece is. Keep it up, Noir
  15. This is a perfect example of why I love Star Salzman so much. Pure genius. Nothing more to say about it. Star, I bow down to your greatness.
  16. Good, but not up to Star Salzman's usual standards. However, I should point out that Star's "usual standards" are rediculously high.
  17. This song is awesome! This is how Zelda's Lullaby was MEANT TO BE PLAYED!
  18. absolutely beautiful. It's been so long since I've heard the original that I don't remember it at all, but I absolutely love this piece. Very blissful and beautiful.
  19. I'm a huge fan of Kaijin's style, and this one was definitely up among his best. Brilliant, beautiful, perfect. Not much else to say.
  20. best. damn. remix. period. Seriously, this was one of the first remixes I ever downloaded, and is still easily the best
  21. sheer brilliance. definitely one of the best remixes I've ever heard. I bow down to your greatness. Where did you get those samples? I love the organ sample, and the chromatic percussion is great as well.
  22. I don't know what to say about this one. The parts with no lyrics are sheer brilliance: THAT is how robo's theme was meant to sound. However, it clips so badly with the singing that it makes my ears bleed. Do you have a non-clipping version?
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