Sleepy Emp

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  1. Oh dear, has it been six years already? Happy birthday, PRC!
  2. Ah, yes, Suikoden! A pleasant arrangement, stays true to the original.
  3. Negative criticism is something like "Oh dear, my ears are bleeding, go kill yourself!" You've given me positive encouragement.
  4. Here's the latest version: Sloprano WIP Almost done.
  5. The final version will be up to 4 minutes long, I presume. I'm still working on it, so this is not for certain. As for the WIP, it might be very close to the final version.
  6. The Sloprano track is progressing nicely. I'll post the next WIP soon.
  7. Well, if sephfire and SirRus are really pulling out, I am willing to take their track.
  8. damn, i thought you were gonna ask to do something for this. Well, I would now But it looks like all the tracks have already been claimed. I'm a bit slow sometimes.
  9. Interesting project. Eagerly awaiting to see the result.
  10. I did not think about adding the lyrics when I started this song. I still doubt this will work: the mix does not follow the original melody note by note, which will make the task quite difficult. However, if someone thinks this will work, I'm open for suggestions.
  11. I've started working on the Sloprano theme. So, here's the WIP - the first two minutes of the piece.
  12. Ooh, an interesting project. I'd like to participate.
  13. Click on the "Sound Exchange" button.
  14. The whole project as well as album cover art were included in the "gaming music" section of the magazine's DVD (#3, 2006), together with some Doom and Heretic remixes, Auto-Assault and Survivor soundtracks. The commentary wrote (please bear with my amateurish translation): "Chrono Symphonic - a tribute-symphony. This impressive work was performed by the enthusiasts from our favorite Overclocked Remix community. It is a tribute of esteem to the stunning soundtrack of the Chrono Trigger game (1995, Squaresoft, SNES), a musical "thank you!" to its authors: Yasunori Mitsuda, Nobuo Uematsu and Noriko Mats. Yasunori Mitsuda is the first in this list, of course. The Chrono Symphonic project (http://chrono.ocremix.org), organized by Claado Shou, was started in October 2004, and was finished by this year's January. Eighteen different musicians took part in the project (including our compatriot). But the thing that started it all, you won't believe it, was a script for the Chrono Trigger movie, written by the aforementioned Claado Shou. The movie is less than likely to see the light of day, but its soundtrack is here. Many thanks to the authors!"
  15. Chrono Symphonic was included in the latest issue of the Russian gaming magazine "Game.EXE".
  16. Same here - I tend to think my mixes sound too "quiet" compared to other songs out there. At first I tried to play with that "dynamics" plugin in Soundforge, but after failing miserably I just gave up. It won't take the listener long to turn the volume slider up a bit after all
  17. While it is possible to use soundfonts in Modplug, this feature is not stable. I couldn't make some of the fonts work properly, so I had to rip the samples. I think when the module size reaches 300 Mb or so, the soundfont support gets messed up.
  18. I used free samples, too. Spend an hour rummaging through Hammersound and SF2Midi and you'd be surprised what you will find.
  19. I vote for "The Last Stand". I'm into battle themes