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  1. Hello OCRemix! I made a megaman 2 remix of the password theme. I got the idea from my tutor who's helping me out with all things music theory and production. I thought I would also post it here, and see if any of you would enjoy it or have some advice for a budding remixer/composer. What I was going for is an improv session with the source material while trying to go into different places as well with it. Thank you for anyone that reads this post, and hope you have a wonderful weekend. WARNING: I haven't mixed and mastered yet as I'm very green in those areas so please take that into consideration. Here is the original version and my version. You only need to listen to the first 5 seconds of the source material. Thank you again!
  2. This is my first time posting to these forums and submitting a remix to them. I just recently got what I believe is called a step sequencer on my computer, LMMS in this case. After wrestling with it for a while, I created this remix. It is the two different walk about themes from Dragon Warrior/Quest 2. I have some varying styles in this...I like them, but also I did it so some of those varied styles could be heard, and perhaps one of them might work for the entire track, as opposed to the contrasting genres heard here. I added the celebration theme for when you add your final party member between the two different themes, and also added a footstep sound that you hear in the game for when you enter/leave a town. Not sure if those are needed. I also don't know how well I EQ'd this. I "split the difference" between different speakers and devices for playback, as I was surprised how different the same track can sound from one set of speakers/device to another. Thank you for the constructive feedback ahead of time, and please take into consideration my extreme inexperience:) Edit 3-18-18 Latest version at the bottom of this post. Layered some things differently, changed some parameters on a couple instruments, and added a couple little personal touches:) Edit 3-21-18 Latest version at the bottom of this post once again, fixed a couple of sour notes that made themselves known at the end of the tune. Edit 3-25-18 Changed some EQ. Also altered some of reverb on some instruments, as suggested. I also changed the drum pattern in one section, I had 16th note kicks in the section in question; I decided that was overpowering and changed that to quarter note kicks. Edit 3-28-18 Changed some EQ again...I have two versions posted below. I have the one labeled Latest Edit, and I have one below that labeled Different EQ. If I could get some feedback on the EQ on those, and be told which one sounds better EQ-wise (not taking into consideration overall volume), that would be greatly appreciated:) Edit 4-4-18 I only have one version in this post now, and it's my latest edit. Advice was taken, and changed a couple things based on that, as well as a wee bit more EQ change, and a couple small changes that came to me in the moment. Thanks for your listens and comments!:) Edit 8-24-18 The latest post is a very beginning redo of the tune. I altered the intro part so it's all organ and choir, and am doing something completely different with the rest of the song. It's not a complete tune, just a taste of what I'm thinking. Very beginning of a work in progress, just looking for some feedback on what I've started before putting more work into it. I haven't done any production work on it or anything, just enough to show the feel of what I'm going for. Thanks for constructive feedback in advance!:) Edit 9-2-18 A couple changes....shortened the intro and slightly altered some parts, as well as adding just a little bit at the end:) Still a WIP, not even yet full length.Latest version at the bottom of this post. Edit 9-18-18 A kinda finished version at the bottom of this post, and also in a new post in this thread. Added a couple bits from other DW games. Might need some production cleanup....advice is very welcome on that:) Edit 9-22-18 Did some compression and EQ work, as well as fixing an error with a muted section/instrument. Originals Different take, 9-18-18
  3. Hello everyone! I've been trying to branch our with my remixes lately, so I tried more a dance style for this one I suppose. I'm still pretty new to this style of remix, so there's probably gonna be a lot of issues with mixing, mastering, and, well, probably everything. I tried to listen to see what I could find what was wrong on my own, but I just don't think I'm skilled enough to hear what else is wrong at this point. Newest version link: https://app.box.com/s/xfg85hfbx77tfw4d40m7wfg1t4e8pwsn and here's a link to the source: again, I already know there's probably a lot of issues, but I really want to improve with this kind of music so hopefully I can get some help! Thanks!
  4. This started out as something totally different, but ended up being a retro 80s take on the classic Corneria theme from Starfox (or Starwing in my case), based on very happy memories watching Stranger Things & enjoying the soundtrack. Straightforward stuff but playing around with the atmosphere was great fun! Would love to hear your thoughts. EDIT: Second update to the track. Good enough for my YouTube channel but keen to hear your thoughts before submitting to OCR! Here's the track: Here's the original: And here's the Stranger Things theme tune, which the track isn't based on but gives a good idea of the feel. Thanks for listening! Let me know what you think.
  5. I guess I should first mention that this is actually a collaboration made with my bro, who doesn't have an OCR account. More importantly, this is an amateur's fusion of the Rundas Battle (Metroid Prime 3) and the Boss Battle themes from Freedom Planet made with Soundtrap. Metroid has always been one of my favorite games for music, and I loved Rundas' battle from the first time I heard it playing Metroid Prime Trilogy. When I heard the boss music from Freedom Planet, I thought that it would go great with Rundas. So, several weeks and two failed finales later, my bro and I made this little piece, named after Rundas’ last words in Metroid Prime 3. Some kind of attempted rock-techno thing. At any rate, I gladly look forward to any feedback to make this a better arrangement! Sources: And a time stamp, in case anyone wants it. Zero to 0:37 – Rundas Intro 0:37 to 1:05 – Freedom Planet Boss part A (with Rundas intro underlying.) 1:05 to 1:32 - Rundas part A over Boss battle part A melody. 1:32 to 1:54 - original bridge loosely based on Boss Battle part A. 1:54 to 2:25 – Rundas part A with liberal ornamentation and variation. 2:25 to 2:53 - Rundas part B 2:53 to 3:00 - Boss Battle bridge 3:00 to 3:29 - Rundas and Boss Battle part A. 3:29 to 3:56 - Boss Battle part B. 3:56 to 4:30 - Boss Battle bridge, Rundas part C. 4:30 to 4:34 – A little made up transition. 4:34 to 4:48 – Boss Battle part C with original counter melody. 4:48 to 5:15 – Boss battle part B, Rundas part B (failed finale 1). 5:15 to 5:42 – Recycled ornamental parts, with some Rundas part B (failed finale 2). 5:42 to 5:56 – Boss battle part B. 5:56 to 6:15 – Dueling solos? 6:15 to 6:44: Boss battle part B with Rundas intro and part A.
  6. Hey everyone! I would really appreciate any feedback you can give on this track! It started off as a boom-bap / lofi groove, and evolved into something more. The "chorus" section teeters on the edge of more electronic, maybe future bass? Anyway, the general structure of the remix is done, and I'm happy with how it sounds but I feel like it could use something else. Please leave your honest thoughts, feel free to roast the track too if you hate it! Also, one thing in particular, PLEASE let me know what you think of the bass. I've been having trouble reigning it in but it sounds a lot better now than it did a few version ago. Just let me know if it sounds too loud. THANK YOU to anyone who is willing to listen and give feedback! I'd be happy to return feedback if you link me to your post. REMIX (WIP): ORIGINAL SONG:
  7. Hullo OCR! I haven't really tried creating music in at least 7 years, thought it was time to give it a shot again now that I have a newer computer. Figured I'd practice with something simple, get the hang of things. Here is what I have so far, curious whether anyone has suggestions on what I can be doing better while I'm in the early stages. The percussion is definitely temporary, I plan on writing out more complex parts (as an ex-drumline member that's really what I'm looking forward to) Anyway, let me know what you guys think!: https://www.indiesound.com/track/49788
  8. Hello everyone! I have a new arrangement to post here. Sorry to have taken so long to post another upload, but so much has been going on this summer, so please bear with me! This is an arrangement for full Orchestra of the music to Rito Village from "Legend of Zelda - Breath of the Wild". I attempted in this arrangement to get the original music as accurately as possible, the first time it is played, and then, when it is repeated, the melody and thematic material are developed for full Orchestra, to capture the awe of the physical surroundings of the Village in its mountainous setting. The link to the piece on Soundcloud is below:
  9. First off I just want to say thanks to some of OCR's finest musicians for being an inspiration. I occasionally jump on and off of FL Studio, I hit a wall stopping in a lot of projects and don't even bother sharing them. After listening to Zircon, Sixto Sounds, Willrock, and many others I told myself I'll eventually have something somewhat decent. Well anyways here is what I have so far, I have a few things I know have to really work on, the synth at the later half of the song and changing the outro. Please share what you think and tell me whats good so far or anything that comes to mind. Thanks for listening!
  10. Hi there!, here you can hear a demo for Queen Gohma, from my upcoming Zelda Ocarina of Time remix album, hope you like it
  11. Hi OCRemix, Here's song that hasn't got any love so I thought I'd make a remix out of it. I'd like to hear constructive critic (no need for kind words ). v0.6 https://www.dropbox.com/s/otwh2yh9csbngb3/MiddleBossBattle_6_2.wav?dl=0 (added Zelda's lullaby to the end) v0.3 https://www.dropbox.com/s/uprinnabdfo70mx/MiddleBossBattle_3.wav?dl=0 Original: Enjoy!
  12. =) The King is back, baby. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1j5rnXW_eRVtOYCsmqzfVOq3j3xm5dxng I made this in Fruity Loops Studio with Super Audio Cart. For reasons unknown to me the fade in/fade out/pitch bending does not work within Kontakt for FLS. Tell me what you think and if I should remake more stuff.
  13. What's up everybody. It's been a while. I've never done a drum and bass style before and thought this would be a dope way to start learning it. I remade the ending credits theme from the original Marvel vs Capcom. Not a remix but not a cover either so I called it reborn. I'm also not submitting this here. Let me know any opinions, critiques, etc. Peace Original My version
  14. Though it was meant to be sung by the fairy in the Playstation game, I always picture Sonia singing this lullaby to young Trevor at the end of" Legends" ! I also thought arranging the piece in the same style as A2's "Chosen One" might be a good idea -- tell me if it is Original: Remix (Instrumental): Feedback is welcome !
  15. The Legend of Zelda - Link To The Past - Sanctuary - SNES - Pixelizer REMIX https://youtu.be/Ac_CAkLW01U Original https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8Wh_T0mchY Thank's for your opinion !
  16. Hey Remixers! Long time listener, first time caller. I'm a classical pianist by training and decided to arrange a fugue for piano based on the theme from Route 29. For those who aren't familiar, a fugue has a couple of rules: The fugue subject must be the first thing you hear in the piece: the subject here is the Route 29 theme and appears and reappears in many voices throughout the movement. Voices must enter one at a time, each with the subject. This is a three-voice fugue, so there are three distinct lines, no more. The second entrance of the subject must be in the dominant. The third entrance is back in the tonic. If there are additional voices, continue to alternate. These elements make up the exposition, or start, of the fugue. After the exposition, rules break down a bit, but common features include development (a repeated musical or rhythmic pattern which often modulates to a new key), a pedal point in the bass leading up to the climax, as well as a pedal point at the end of the piece. Everything else is free game! Here's a shitty MIDI export of my arrangement—please ignore the recording quality! I'm looking for feedback on the composition itself. I want the writing to be solid before I practice up the real deal Even if you don't have a classical background, I'd love to hear thoughts: Are there any parts that delighted or surprised you? Where and why? Does anything feel "off"? Tempo, key changes, rhythm, overall structure... The fugue is quite short. Are there any sections you'd like to see expanded or revisited? Are there any other Pokemon themes you imagine that could be quoted within this fugue? Anything other thoughts? Thanks so much!
  17. Hey everyone, About a week ago a friend of mine that plays bass asked me to record a duet of To Zanarkand with him on trumpet. Rather than just transcribe the piano part I thought it'd be cool to change it up a bit and see if we could put a Remix together. The end result is a pretty fairly conservative arrangment with some stylistic variations (mostly in the bass part) intended to give the feeling of walking through various areas of a ruined city. I have a first draft that I'm pretty happy with, and now would like some feedback on the arrangement. What can I do to make it better? All I have right now is a midi and sheet music. Once the arrangement is finalized we will record it live. Thanks for your help! Midi and score are both here: Midi and Score Source : To Zanarkand - Final Fantasy X EDIT:. Hmm over a hundred views but no replies.. just checking but are people not able to get to the files?
  18. I previously made a remix of this exact melody a while ago, but for some reason at 4am I just had this idea pop into my head. Any constructive criticism would be well appreciated. (I know the mp3 says "final" but that was just the version that I put up on soundcloud).
  19. Hey guys, I haven't posted anything in a while but I wanted to get some feedback on this remix of mine. I was inspired after hearing the original song and wanted to create a synth version of it. I think it turned out pretty well but I feel like it might be missing the 'epic feel' of the original. Obviously the production quality for League of Legends in much higher but either way I wanted all of your opinions on how I could improve the piece. Thank you so much for listening! The Original song is here:
  20. Hi, everyone! I recently completed an important phase of a long-term jazz/vgm arrangement project that I have going on called The Hard Modes. I wanted to share it with you all and get your feedback. I premiered 7 arrangements at a live show a couple of weeks ago and recorded the show using a Zoom H2 recorder as well as a no-frills camcorder. I'll be posting the tracks individually over time, but if you like what you hear you can always check out the other parts of the set through SoundCloud or YouTube (though we didn't capture 2 of the arrangements on video). First up is my arrangement of Austin Wintory's I Was Born For This from Journey, which was actually the last tune of our set. Some notes: The sound quality isn't great on either medium, but the sound recording sounds better than the video. That's me on tenor sax! The throwback near the end of the tune was a surprise even for the band; the spot just called for an open solo. My original arrangement was inspired by Ornette Coleman's work, although to get the work together for the show we had to simplify some of the sections a bit, which is why I labeled this a Work in Progress (ultimately, the arrangement should be freer than it is--we'll get there!). And without further adieu... enjoy! If you'd like to read more about the project as a whole you can also check out my website. Thanks for listening!
  21. Here's a remix that started out quite close to the original, then took a turn to the funky side around the middle Since i'm thinking about submitting it i'm looking for honest feedback about arrangement, production quality etc. And especially: is it too far from the original to be submitted here? What do you guys think?
  22. Everybody Super Sonic Racing! I am looking for singers who want to help with vocals on this track so i don't have to use a spot holder. The vocals are currently being covered by a simple Saw till i can get my hands on the vocals for this song as I can not do this song justice with my singing voice. The final will not have the Saw in it and obviously an actual ending.
  23. I remixed this theme because of how darn catchy it is. I wanted to do more with it so I added a little bit of a melody at the end. Updated version: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NujqWSai4tz5DHqMreheTHqPf0n87_bz/view?usp=sharing Further updated version https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Po265qaakzHl0FkkxPKs6_iRZAy6KR8A Original:
  24. This is a ReMix of my favorite track from either Vectorman game (though honestly it sounds better without headphones because of that crazy spread). Updated version, 5/28/18: So this turned out pretty experimental, with different field recordings and some game SFX, as well as a long vocal track that I had planned to be a focal point cut down to only the most essential few seconds. I tried to do a bit of experimenting in the mixing as well, with butting high-frequency stuff against lower stuff, and squeezing as much dynamic range as I could out of everything without things becoming too alienating or annoying. It's kinda artsy-fartsy, but more even more fun, I think. The GooDrive link is below the OG. https://drive.google.com/open?id=15OtpmPZX4siS0yVs0iifwMw03OdEhL7b
  25. Right, so I've been working on this remix of Duster's theme, Mind of a Thief from Mother 3. Its still pretty early on in development, I guess, but I wanted to get some feedback on how the audio quality is. After listening to it so much myself, I need other people to let me know how it really sounds. I still need practice with adjusting EQ's appropriately and all that mastering stuff. And I wonder if some of the instruments (the bass and strings) sound too fake, since all of them are synthesized or sampled. Aside from that, any other guidance would be very much appreciated, particularly in regard humanization; the drums especially. The're supposed to sound a little chippy, but I'd like to know if other people think it works. Obviously, without live instruments, its harder to get things to sound natural and energetic. Anyway, the download link is here: http://tindeck.com/listen/diuok Thanks for your constructive criticism!