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Posted June 3, 2011
"The Drop" eh?
Posted April 25, 2011
"Too Soon" and "Love the Game" were my favs. <3 distortion
Enjoyed it as usual
Posted April 8, 2011
I enjoyed this a few nights ago and I went to get this on my laptop and all of the links are gone.
"SEGA have contacted regarding the download hosted on this site. While this issue is being resolved, please do not upload the game for others to download. Any links posted on this site will be removed. Thank you."
Posted April 7, 2011
Depends on the game/reward/content/ownership
I tend to full clear Donkey Kong Country, Metroids, Marios, Smash, Zeldas. I'm a fan of sequence breaking, too. Speed runs are more enjoyable to watch than do imo. For games like Starcraft or Diablo I typically play them to death until I feel like I've "beaten it" ...which may explain my competitiveness in fighter & rts games. I'm not interested in full comboing/clearing/perfecting Ikaruga/I Wanna be the Guy/DDR tho.
Edit: How could I forget Dragon Warrior 3? I played that on my GBA sooooo much.
Posted March 23, 2011
It's been a while. Sounds good
Does this mark the end of The Drop?
PS: Revolution + Beat Hazard is sick.
Posted August 27, 2010
Awesome mix! I enjoyed the variety.
Posted July 22, 2010
Good to hear another one.
Speaking of Felguk... you did say "side by side" early on in the cast.
Instant message at 8:40?
Posted May 11, 2010
Despite it seeming to be something you wouldn't like, I kept expecting Andy Moor - Halcyon (Alex M.o.r.p.h Remix) to pop up in the string of Halcyons. It was in one of Global-Trance's sessions.
Posted May 10, 2010
Wow... I just realized that this is called The Sound of Speed... I've been reading it as The Speed of Sound for months... lol.Nice artwork, halc. Dig the logo!
Nice artwork, halc. Dig the logo!
whattttttttttt me too!
Posted April 30, 2010
I was searching for Sonic music on Napster back when it was new. Feels like forever ago... back when cd burners were like 8x and 56k internet/modems were still big.
Posted April 22, 2010
I would like to hear kazoo rendition of flight of the bumblebee (or real bees). Brief chats with other ocr/etc producers could be fun.
Posted April 17, 2010
"Come Together" is a really good Sesto Sento album.
Posted March 26, 2010
I like the (long) show. I expected to hear another original at the end, tho
If anyone's interested, I thought this mix was worthwhile:
Posted July 2, 2009
First time I knowingly heard Celldweller was back in the day when I played FFR.
...dunno about the first few, but some seem out of place
Posted March 23, 2009
Between 500 and 1000. Files are too small XD. My max is ~1100 total.
Posted December 31, 2008
Sweet! The music you make is always interesting, Beatdrop. I'll give this a listen and edit this post later.
edit: This album is overflowing with awesomeness. Some parts completely consume the atmosphere (a good thing). I love how gritty and it can get! My favorite track right now is "Revolution."
Not to speak for anyone, but If you're interested in spreading this around, I'd recommend talking to Global-Trance. I recall him getting bLiNd/Leifo's song on Corsten's radio show. It's not the same genre but GT seems to have connections.
Posted December 18, 2008
I'm glad bLiNd is better. Thanks for all the effort everyone.
Posted November 29, 2008
Great stuff as always. I really liked the picture on your site, too.
More Wippenburg? Hell yeah!
Posted November 3, 2008
Can't wait to get this for Christmas. I think I'll listen to the album while I play Duke Nukem Forever on my Phantom.
I'll be having a Crystal Pepsi drinking competition (I can't believe they brought it back!) and I'll be blasting this album.
in Post Your Original Music!
Posted October 31, 2008
Hi, all. Please give this a listen and let me know your first impression and your impression after reading all this jargon.
MonoChromatic Drawing Board - Propulsion
5:39 & 320 kbps. Enjoy!
I'd like to leave this as free form as possible, but feel free to use the WIP checklist or whatever you like to critique this.
I realize it is relatively loud. Oops. I guess that shows how much I like it. I am also considering EQing this more.
The beginning and very end is subject to change. I plan on making it fit in with the tracks around it once I get more songs or an album together.
I wanted the lead synths to sound very full so I let them run rampant for the most part (to get that brick wall feeling).
I capped the volume at the everything to -2dB. I've been reading around and figured it was better than 0dB.
This is my first full length song. It was made in FL8 using no presets and only one or two samples. Other than that, I used Sytrus and the granulizer.
Questions (please don't limit yourself to these):
Is it too muddy/cluttered?
Any input on how I might EQ the lead synth?
Was the sidechaining/ducking noticeable? Did I do that right?
If you have to pigeonhole this in a genre or two, what would it be?
Did the song evoke any feelings of propulsion?
Any red flags come up? I feel like I could be missing something obvious.
Thanks in advance!
PS: Bonus art! I only spent like, 15 minutes on it in CS2 and I'm no art major. I figured I'd include it.
Posted May 25, 2008
"Good" music definitely helps a game. I sometimes go back to play Sonic simply to hear it again. Within my somewhat limited experience, "Good" music is hard to find in current games. There is a lot of orchestration (if that's a word) lately, and I'm not too fond of it. The whole epic/whatnot feel to it is a bit cliché/worn out. If the music isn't interesting I generally mute it and turn on Winamp or something.
Posted May 14, 2008
Interesting to hear some OCR-related stuff in the mixes. Keep up the good work, GT!
Not to steal G-T's thunder or anything, but if anyone's interested, Sly One has some mixes available. link
Posted April 4, 2008
Sweet stuff as usual. I might not listen to this one as much as the others, but this definitely can't be ignored.
in Post Your Game ReMixes!
Posted March 23, 2008
Most of the Production/Performance/Structure sections could be completed by the remixer. People shouldn't have to be told if their remix is too quiet or loud and those kind of things. I think it's expected to compare simple things like that to other tracks, but this is the place to work out mistakes for the remixer to improve their work.
I would like more things on the checklist, but generalized. Maybe simple keywords like "volume" that are relative and/or exist on a spectrum (ex: bass drum stood out from the rest of the percussion because it was too loud). I like the checklist because there could definitely be things the commenter didn't think of. Even if someone doesn't use it, they are still aware of some things they might not normally be aware of.
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