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Kureejii Lea

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  1. I think DeviantArt might have something like this; I see people selling prints all the time.

    It does, but it's not too hot. While they cover all the details for you (formats, shipping, etc.) you earn 50% of the amount set above the base price (the minimum required to print it). For instance, if you set up a print of a certain size and the base price for it is $5, and you set the sale price at $10, you make a grand total of $2.50 per sale... and that's only if you have a prints account. Otherwise you only get 20% above the base price. Furthermore, you need to amass at least $20 before you see any of it, and they only send it out quarterly.

    If they've changed it recently, I don't know, but that's how it was last I checked.

    You're most likely better off doing it yourself, either finding a store that does it for cheap (prices vary hugely depending on where you go), or getting yourself a high-quality printer and doing shipping yourself.

  2. (Transcript starting at 1:31)

    "1, 2, 3, 4, 5

    "..., 3, 4, 5

    "1, 2, *breathes*

    "1, 2, 3, 4, 5

    "1, 2, 3, 4, 5

    "1, 2, 3, 4, 5

    "1, 2, 3, 4, 5

    "1, 2, 3, 4, 5

    "There is some 5/4 timing."

    Wow, I never knew that you could adjust the timing of a track just by counting over the bar, especially by breathing. I LEARNED SOMETHING. =D

  3. It's impossible not to steal Tale's Thunder :< DCK 2 has got a way better sound track to boot anyways so yeah.

    Ah, the height of maturity. It's nice of you to belittled the works of over thirty people before hearing them, especially when a lot of them are on this project as well. I'm sure we'll do our best to fully interfere with your ability to listen to another project. =D

  4. I just have to ask this, but whom has played Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World and instantly recognized the overworld music as a rearranged version of Raising a Curtain from Tales of Phantasia?

    After working on this project for the last half-century or so, it'd be pretty lame if I hadn't. It was a nice touch.

    There's also some equipment loosely referencing ToP (then again, there's a lot of cross-referencing throughout the series itself).

  5. that's a bunch of bs. the songs aren't even in the same relative keys (i.e. major, and minor, respectively). freeze has a whole lot more modulation going on too.

    And that makes such a huge difference when it's rearranged anyway, I'm sure.

    Here we have twenty-five tracks remixed from a game that's barely been touched anywhere and you're complaining that one version of a track has been covered over another. Quit sounding like a spoiled child, thanks.

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