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  1. Oh god I thought the same thing. So awesome.
  2. Just picked up the game, my brawl code is 4511-0305-8879 I use the nick 'Trev' in the game - it's the family Wii, and I don't want the wife asking me "What the fuck is an EonBlue?". I suck at the game though - I never played Melee, so I don't know about the fancy wavedashing and chain throwing and all that shit.
  3. <@DarkeSword> eon make sure you leave a review or smth <Eon_Blue> k I'm working through Metroid Prime 3, and enjoying the hell out of it - though I think I agree with DS, the soundtrack isn't as 'aggressive' as the previous two. While it still sounds decent with the game, it almost works better standing alone than it does working with the mechanic/organic feel of the game - the last two soundtracks blended that theme almost perfectly. I much enjoyed the blending of the three games during the song - I can clearly pick up the whistling effect and the piano arpeggios of the first and second Prime games, along with the main Corruption theme around around 2:35 - while still bouncing around that awesome chord progression established 40 seconds into the track. WOULD LISTEN AGAIN A++++++++
  4. His brinstar remix is Metroid Brinstar Theme (Ben Lewis Mix) OC ReMix. Don't know if that's been mentioned already. Edit - What do you know? It has.
  5. I did the artwork, I'm cool with it being included - and maybe just a little flattered. I can't speak for the rest of the project though - I can't imagine how it would be a problem though, but it's always a good idea to check.
  6. I had this as a wip a while back - I got a lot of great feedback, but had a hell of a time applying some of the suggestions. I'd like to get it going again, and I've already made a few changes. http://hosting.thasauce.net/eon/music/spinballwip.mp3 Ignore the 13 seconds of silence at the end o_O... Right after the "stutter" part at 1:40 is where I'd like a solo of something... Just not sure what, yet. I'd love to organize a remix project for this game, it's got such awesome music. Feedback plz.
  7. So she made the phat beatz and you did the singing?
  8. Has anyone said Pokemon Snap? Because I swear to god I'll say it.
  9. Easily the best song in the game. http://hosting.thasauce.net/eon/music/Eon_mario2.mp3 Needs length, arrangement. Also, EQ. Samples are pretty good, I think. I really like the piano solo starting at 0:45, I'd like tho throw some chords underneath, but I don't know music theory. I'll just have to play with it until I get something I like. Also, the hammond organ part is a little out of place. I had a violin there, but that was even worse. I do like the melody it plays, but I can't seem to find an instrument that suits it. I'm heavily inspired by djp's Earthbound Remix (which is fucking fantastic), and while this doesn't exhibit the same "drive", (or "pace" I guess is the word I'm looking for...), I'm liking the way this is turning out. Tackling this genre is a little tougher, I think - you don't really have effects or anything to rely on as filler. The quality of the song is highly determined by melody and harmony - no huge filter effect sweeps to fall back on when inspiration dies a bit. Anyway, feedback appreciated, etc...
  10. Download a caffeine hit in mp3 format. It just sounds like a jungle with some weird rumbling sounds or something. I'm actually drinking a coffee right now, so I can't really tell, I guess. Also, it takes me less than 20 minutes to drink a coffee. http://anabubula.com/node/26 Does anyone feel an energetic boost after hearing this? I guess the downloadable orgasm is next. owait: http://www.ocremix.org/remix/OCR01277/
  11. I often play games with the music off, and my own CD in the stereo. So I've played SEVERAL games without ever hearing the soundtrack. Though they're often racing games or whatever. Also Tetrisphere for the win. http://hosting.thasauce.net/eon/music/Eon_Blue_Tetrisphere-Levitate.mp3 ...although... http://hosting.thasauce.net/eon/forum/eonreject.jpg
  12. Eon_Blue

    Nintendo Wii

    I wonder what'd be involved in making gamecube games work with the wii controller? I'm thinking some sort of expansion download with modifications for the existing game. Once you pop in the gamecube game, the modifications kick in, allowing you to use the wii controller (and motion sensing, etc) for games like Mario Golf and F-Zero GX. Of course, Nintendo would much rather make and sell an all new game that's designed to make the most of the controller (and your wallet), but wouldn't an alternate control scheme be along the same lines as, say, downloading new maps for an fps? Although I think most games that have downloadable content are designed to include these options for modification from the start, not have them forced in - several years down the road, no less.
  13. This is what I deal with every time I put something out. Difference is, I'm going to pick this up from the House myself at MAG when I meet him and gently caress his genitals. Also, Eon, fucking awesome artwork man! Are you freelance? Well, I only do this stuff for fun - I never make any money off it. I really enjoy doing it though, and it'd be swell to be able to make some cash off it. For now I'll just build up a portfolio with stuff like this. I've done other stuff though, Chrono Symphonic covers, KiC website, etc. Enough self pimpage, though. I know house put a TON of work into getting this album completed, and everyone should consider picking this up. If you think house can make guitar playing sound effortless, imagine something he's REALLY focused on doing right. I'll have my order in as soon as I can dig ten bucks in change out of the couch.
  14. People could post scat porn in this thread and it wouldn't change the fact that anything house puts out should be paid top dollar for. The fact that he's charging ten bucks for this is shocking. If you like music, or even just using your ears in general, you should pick this up. also I did the artwork
  15. Quoted for truth. I can't remember what it stands for, but he's this yellow robot with a gun. I do remember it as a very entertaining platformer. That, and Alfred Chicken. I was going to post a list of all the snes games I've owned that I thought were awesome, but a lot has already been covered... SimCity killed a lot of time, as well as the Super Scope (which I still have, in working order!).
  16. I also have the 'slightly off sync' problem. Seems like it's worse for certain songs. The notes are played from midi files, no? Maybe there's an issue somewhere with the timing? Otherwise, it's cool. I hate how my keyboard has F1-F4 on one row, then F5 after a small gap. Makes those last fret reaches a little annoying...
  17. I suggest a thread title change, and some kind of wiki for these things. Everyone needs to post time saving, money saving recipes that my poor ass (and other poor asses, as well), would appreciate.
  18. Eon_Blue

    Nintendo Wii

    My PS2 committed suicide a few weeks ago, so I've got all these ps2 games eating a hole in my bookshelf: I'm considering selling all this stuff off (minus the GC games) to add to my "Wii Fund", which, as of yesterday, totals... zero. I wonder what's the best way to sell these for the most money? I also have another dualshock controller, and a shadowblade arcade joystick.
  19. No... Midna's made-up language enforced the idea that she is alien to the world of light. Her appearance, her origins, all that is held together by her strange language. To use that for everyone else would detract from Midna's character overall and lessen her appeal and impact. I think it'd have been better if they made Midna's language a bit more expressive. All the expression was in her body language(anyone else think the mocap for this game has to be some of the best, EVER? Seriously, no one really looks like they're walking stiff or unnaturally). If she had some actual growls when talking about how much she hates the guy, or have the tone lighten up when she's surprised or happy, it would have fleshed her out to an insane amount. I haven't played the game (but have followed this thread for a while now) - is Midna's gibberish generated in real time (a la Banjo Kazooie), or is it all prerecorded - I mean like someone actually speaking the language into a mic?
  20. http://hosting.thasauce.net/eon/music/Eon_Noise_Pollution.mp3 Updated again, I'm having a hard time deciding if I like the 8bit part, though I like the way the song 'falls apart' heading into it - I'd like to bring that out a little more. Then have the song 'rebuild' itself from the 8bit stage, back into main theme, then have it finally blast out at the end. I think I need some better 8bit refills to really go nuts in middle section. I'm really trying to make this have a real groove to it, something you can't help but tap your feet to...
  21. http://hosting.thasauce.net/eon/music/Eon_Blue_Frostbite.mp3 Updated again. I didn't touch this for a while, then went back, changed some synths, EQ'ed a bit - a few other changes... Still working on it though.
  22. I think there's a pretty significant difference between a bunch of standalone remixes and a collaborative effort to remix a series of tracks from a particular game. I enjoyed the 'theme' that Relics had (but that was because the project was pretty much just Prot masturbating through fruityloops), and Chrono Symphonic had a common trait throughout the album (the whole symphonic thing duh). I think the weakest part of KiC was that it was essentially what all projects typically become - just a bunch of remixes from the same game. Binnie did a good job trying to relate the first track to the next with crossfading or whatever, but that was pretty much it. Each mixer picked a song, went their seperate ways for a year, and all the songs were tossed together under one album name in the end. The idea with projects should really be a bunch of remixers working *together* to achieve a common goal - instead of parting ways at the start. And I think that's where the draw of organizing a project comes from - rather than simply paying tribute to a particular game's soundtrack, the fact that a group of people - essentially strangers - can organize to remix a project from start to finish is a pretty cool thing. I guess my point is that the project isn't really all about just the music. I say the more projects, the merrier - But rather than just *enter game name* : REMIX PROJECT, I think more interesting themes or goals should become part of more projects.
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