CobaltDelta

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  1. Say, pardon my ignorance, but do you recall the voices that did the little internal power-up dialogue in Godspeed? What exactly did you use to create that, if you don't mind my asking?

  2. I'd like to second this request. Crystal Snail had one of the coolest stage themes in the entire X series, in my opinion. Or at least the first three games of the X series.
  3. Having tried it out myself with a MIDI file and about 10 minutes in Fruity Loops, I think this song would sound downright badass in a rock sort of genre. Rock being a purely non-technical classification of the genre, because to be honest, it's midnight and I'm having a hard time specifically classifying it. Basically, something with overdriven guitars. Bonus points if you incorporate electronica. Folks like Housethegrate, Protricity, and Sixto Sounds have styles akin to what I'm thinking of. I could see (or hear, rather) it implemented in any of those three, and it would sound awesome. But that's just my take on it. If you think a different style in the same neighborhood (or same general area, really) would be better, then by all means. Kind of a low-priority, "I'm-not-really-counting-on-this" suggestion here, but I thought I'd throw it out and see if anyone's interested. Not like it hasn't probably been suggested a million times before. I'm not sure a source tune is really required here; the theme is pretty well known. But if anyone wants it, let me know and I'll track down a link.
  4. Haha, Kirkhope himself said that? Well, he's absolutely right. This IS bloody marvelous. In fact, it's going on my Zen X-Fi RIGHT NOW, and is getting blasted through my car stereo, headphones, or other form of audio delivery for the rest of the week.
  5. I don't think I need to say much on this one. Anyone who's finished Super Mario RPG knows just how awesome Smithy is, to say nothing of his boss music. I don't have any particular preference as to genre or style; anything will do so long as this awesome song gets some love on OCR. Source track can be found here. Apologies for the RapidShare link. Also bear in mind that it's an .spc, so you'll need the appropriate SNES music emulators to play it. Back to the mix request though... Any takers?
  6. ...I want to write an intelligent comment on the musical-theory aspects of this song, but the sheer levels of epic win have paralyzed my ability to analyze musical awesomeness and comment on it, so you're all just going to have to settle with another "omfg thiz song r0xx0rd my b0xx0rz!11" This is an absolutely wonderful remix that really brings a new light to what I previously thought was an overused source track that could never go anywhere else (How absolutely dead-wrong I was!). Fantastic job, and easily an instant favorite.
  7. This mix just happened to pop up for the first time while I was driving home with my MP3 player on shuffle mode. While it may not be the best mix ever, it certainly wins points for how addictive it is. I'll definitely end up leaving it on repeat for the next hour or so. Okay, so it's lacking in a few places, but that certainly doesn't make it a bad mix in my book. I'd give it an 8.9/10, personally. Nice job, chthonic.
  8. This has probably been answered a good five billion times already, but are there any *specific* rules and regulations on signatures, such as acceptable dimensions, acceptable content, etc.? Feel free to PM them to me - I don't need to derail this topic any more than necessary; only enough to phrase my question. Just wondering, as I was planning on tossing another similarly-sized animation into my signature, and didn't know if I should erase my current picture, or if I could get away with placing the animation next to or below the current picture. Thanks in advance.
  9. There are a few rare occasions where I break my habit of updating only when a torrent of latest remixes is released. This is one such occasion. Perhaps I'm simply a sucker for the lower Brinstar theme, but dang, you pulled it off incredibly well in this piece. This one's going on repeat for the rest of the night, and probably as far as the next week. XD Great job. Looking forward to any future remixes you might have planned!
  10. Rather large dredge, but I didn't see anything against those in the policies. Hopefully, there's no rule against them at all. XD;; ANYWAY, on to business. I think the Final Destination 2 (The song with the main theme in it, in other words) track could seriously use a rock overhaul. The guitar break in it sounded incredibly wimpy, almost to a point where it sounded shriveled and whiny. Get someone like SnappleMan or BrainCells to truly tear that solo UP! There's my two cents, and my bump for this topic, because a remix of something from Super Smash Brothers would be unconventional, to say the very least.
  11. I have no idea what in the world possessed me to think this, but I'm of the mindset that an epic electronic-orchestral-rock piece would sound phenomenal in the right hands. Other variations in genre could be straight up rock, similar to the way Rare made a rock piece out of Meteo from SF64 for Star Fox Adventures, or perhaps orchestral-rock, similar to the Ace Combat soundtracks... Source track can be found here. (Hope that works... It let me click the link from a preview, so I'm guessing I CAN hotlink it. If not, try here.)
  12. Perhaps we could also add an announcement that hotlinking to VGMusic's .mid files results in a 403 error, because they really DON'T want people externally linking to their files...? Just a thought, as I've seen it happen more than once.
  13. Oh yes, most definitely. Bump for great justice. Brenner's theme needs some love, guys. You can has link, too! http://rapidshare.com/files/127688605/02_-_Hope_Never_Dies_-_Brenner.mp3.html Sorry it's a Rapidshare link, but I couldn't find a single file of it available for download...
  14. Well, hate to break it to you, but you linked directly to vgmusic's .mid files. Guess what that means... 403 error GET! Also, as MIDIs are interpretations of the themes as well, wouldn't it be a better idea to provide direct mp3s of the source material in question? Edit: I'll do just that. Sorry for RapidSharing these, but I couldn't find them anywhere else. They're the genuine original tracks though. Mega Man ZX Area A - Forest (Main Theme of Mega Man ZX) Area O - Highway 2 Area X - Theme of Guardian Versus Boss Mega Man ZX: Advent Floating Ruins - Aeolus Tower of Verdure - Rosepark the Floweroid While I'm at it, I may as well request one of my own... Highway - Thetis Hope this helps! [links removed; don't post links to arrangement album MP3s] [sorry about that. Hopefully these new ones are within acceptable forum rules.]
  15. If you're referring to "Get Through the Dark" by Alph Lyla with Toshiaki Ohtsubo, it can be found If you're looking for the whole soundtrack for any reason... It can be found [links removed; don't post links to Arrangement album MP3s]