A Gang of Field Mice

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  1. GOT IT! Thanks, everyone, for your help. Now I can finally give that alien invasion a beating the likes of which I could never muster as a 9-year-old.
  2. I'm sure my lowbie is showing, but I clicked on it and got a face full of weird characters. Is there music in there somewhere? Do I need some special program to exploit it?
  3. I really, really want to give the remix to the Captain Skyhawk OST, which had outstanding synthwork that has stuck in my head these last 20-odd years. Only thing is, I cannot find it ANYWHERE. The best I've got is the intro and game over music on youtube, all the rest is skipped or talked/FX'd over. So, Question #1: Does anyone know where I can find the pure and full versions of the game music? Particularly the boss music and the in-between-level space station music. Question #2: If nobody's got it, I'll have to do it myself. So, what is a good method for getting the sound from a ROM?
  4. Thanks for the suggestions everyone, I see I have much to sort through!
  5. Hey all, I'm in a fantasy mashup draft. This round, we all had to draft 8 years out of the last 50, and have to use one song from each year we pulled. I'm using my pre-VG years for beat samples, and everything from 1978 on for music samples. I'm going to make a sort of awesome-VG-music-through-the-years type thing, and the early going is promising: 1978 - Space Invaders 1981 - Donkey Kong, Galaga, Ms Pac Man (haven't decided yet) 1989 - Mega Man 2, Captain Skyhawk, dozens more 1995 - Chrono Trigger My last two years, 2003 and 2006, are somewhat trickier. There just isn't anything that leaps out at me, but maybe that's just because of my limited exposure to newer games and their music. So what would you all recommend as the best video game tunes from those two years? And if you could possibly provide a link to the source material, I'd be grateful.
  6. This is diving way deep into the mound of games and systems few people still have, but the levels from DKL where you had to fly around in levels filled with thorns and avoid the hornets? That music ruled in its own right but I think it's got tons of room for good remixing. Please, dust this one off if you've got it! I wish I knew where to find the midi or something.
  7. I won't be able to listen to this for a couple of hours, but knowing that you were inspired by Concord Dawn bodes well. Really like those guys. "Morning Light" is one of my all-time favorite tracks and "Don't Tell Me", while being a little, uh, TRL, is awesome when it gets played at a party.
  8. http://www.ocremix.org/detailmix.php?mixid=OCR01266 Bottom of the page, n00b. See the attitude? Unbelievable. Thanks.
  9. could somebody post the lyrics to this? I must have them and I can't decipher them all.
  10. This is a great mix, and I seem to have company in feeling that this mix is a little too short. At first I was a little frustrated, but then I realized that its short length is a good thing. It will always leave me wanting more and that ensures that it will remain one of my favorite remixes.
  11. I'm aware this thread is already host to a substantial amount of Star-Salzman-fellating, but I had to say that I downloaded this track two days ago onto my mp3 player and got home from work very late. I was listening to music and having a smoke outside before going to sleep, and this song came on for the first time. I looked up at the moon, and really, that's all you need to do to know, beyond doubt, that there's a touch of the divine in this mix. Nicely done, sir.
  12. Since I graduated from college, I've had very, very fleeting access to the internet. But I do remember, about a year, year and a half ago, trying to mount a campaign to get this theme covered cos it was so badass. I don't know if that had anything to do with it, and I know I'm trying to get a finger's grip on credit for a remix that I'm sure is totally friggin awesome (nothing to listen to it with yet) but in any case, Star, you've got my undying gratitude for putting this sucker together.