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  1. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1qGNPmPzMfPGy2Wca5EoSDSAqfJoV2Po6 Hi all! I worked on this mix over the past day, and I've spent most of today editing it. It's pretty bare right now, but the basic structure is there. Sources (going off of FL time) 0:00 - 0:17 - original/Skyrim drum opening 0:18 - 2:54 - Twilight Princess Title Theme/original 2:55 - 3:02 - Skyrim opening drums/one note 3:04 - 3:41 - Dragonborn (Skyrim main theme) B 3:41 - 3:47 - original 3:48 - 4:13 - Dragonborn motifs/original 4:13 - 4:16 - Zelda main theme cameo 4:18 - 4:32 - Twilight Princes Hyrule Field A 4:32 - 4:47 - Dragonborn A 4:47 - 5:06 - Dragonborn C 5:06 - 5:23 - Hyrule Field B 5:23 - End - Original Tell me if anything needs added/fixed!
  2. Hello guys, because Donkey Kong Country 2 is one of my favorite SNES games, i tried to make a remix from my favorite song called "Forest Interlude". I'm not completly happy with the result, so let me know what u think about it .
  3. I received a request to cover the Magus theme from Chrono Trigger. Here it is, with a suprise at the end!
  4. Listen to Hydro City (H0us3C0rP3 Remix) by DJ H0us3C0rP3 #np on #SoundCloud
  5. Hiya everybody, hope you all had a good New Year! Posting my third upload here - It's a meditative Orchestral Arrangement of the Song of Healing from Legend of Zelda - Majora's Mask. The link to the Soundcloud page is below. Tried to make some changes to the sound in this piece, especially in the strings. Brass sounds a bit too artificially bright, but then that's NotePerformer. Will be putting it through a Sample Library when I get one connected to my Kontakt!
  6. I've been playing around with Battery 4 a little and ended up making a short remix of the Oil Ocean Zone from Sonic 2. Original: https://youtu.be/Ih8c6I1zH7I Remix: It came out pretty decent, but I'm not sure about submitting it. I may add more later. Check it out!
  7. my first pass(tell me what I can do better, especially to balance out the mixing): https://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/770304 Source:
  8. Lil something I've been cooking up. Let me know what you think, any feedback would be great. I'm quite sure I made it too long but I'm working on that part. Artist EchoGhost
  9. Hi, thanks for taking the time to listen to my WIP remix in the style of 90s happy hardcore. Typically songs of this genre feature distorted kick drums, but I chose to go with a clean kick for this one, because I wanted a clean mix with several melodic tracks. My main worry is that I may have strayed too far from the source material. Also a bit unsure about the length; 3:19 is on the short side. I plan on replacing the acid:y synth that comes in around 1:28 with a real analog synth, but want to make sure the arrangement is just right before I record it. Edit: done! Feedback of any kind welcome! Source:
  10. This has gotta be one of the best source arrangements in the whole Zelda series. If my mix sounds good right now - don't fool yourself! You don't like my arrangement, you like the composition. So I'm giving this source some sweet lovin'. Source: ReMix: Zora Band v. 2: And One More For the Road v.3: Song for Brother Mikau v.4: Version 3 felt too muddy. Opted for a brighter sound, and less reverb. Added some limiting and very very tiny amounts of compression. Who Mixed This Chateau Romani?
  11. I decided to import my older remix into FL Studio and see if I can make it better using proper VSTi's. The result is a more relaxing version which features some of Spitfire Audio LABS' free stuff (synth pads and frozen strings). It still needs some tweaking, and I'd like to get other people's opinion on the overall balance between the different sounds/layers (my ears are toast!). I'm definitely happy with the vibe of the piece though it would be nice if it were longer. Then again, longer might make it boring after a while. Things I'm already aware of: pads need smoother transitions and maybe some dynamics automation drum beat needs to be less robotic What do you think? Anything I'm missing? Previous version for reference:
  12. Hello! This is the first remix I'm posting here, and the relative lack of Touhou remixes on OCR does bewilder me a bit. Now, this is a somewhat old project I decided to bring up again in order to improve my skills and, of course, contribute to OCR. I took the final boss theme from Touhou 6 (Embodiment of the Scarlet Devil) and tried to give it a dreamy, chill interpretation. As if Remilia — a vampire — was ready to get a good morning's sleep after a hard day's night. Original Theme Remix — 1st Version While lurking, I noticed many remixers don't usually preserve the iterations of their works on their wip threads. So while I could more or less understand how their progress went, I couldn't quite listen to it, and that kinda sucks. So I want to catalog my improvements in this thread so maybe this helps someone else in the future. Now, I would really appreciate feedback on this piece. From reading and learning here, I could more or less self-diagnose some potential problems: The arrangement doesn't feel as perky or as rich as it could. The strings, in particular, are kinda dull. The song doesn't flow all too well, I guess. Which would be fine — the original isn't exactly smooth either — but the vibe I'm going for needs the song to be butter so that the long repetition at the end feels satisfying and ~trance-like~ rather than just, well, repetitive. The mixing is bad, feels weak and thin. The usage of stereo is poor, so it all sound muddy and not as rich as a interpretation like that requires. The percussion needs a lot more weight, but then again so does everything else. So this is what I got. Just because I think I can see problems doesn't mean I have the slightest clue as to how to solve them. But even after all this, I hope you enjoy it!
  13. Since I have no moneys, Shreddage 3 Free just released, so here's what I've been doing with my life all day. It's out of time because I haven't gotten to that part yet, mainly just been playing around with different tones and stuff. ReMix: Crash Man's Bitchin' Ride
  14. Something I threw together. Sort of an electronic/hip hop sound to it. This was from the pool joust stage. All feedback welcome, especially in regards to mastering. Remix Will be happy to return the favor if you'd like - just reply with a link. Thanks - Marc
  15. A WIP of this remix, originally this was a jazz quartet version, but it was getting dated (and albeit not that good) Now, a jazz trio + hip hop elements, this melody is fantastic. Use of block chords in the beginning, followed by some close voiced chord movement by the second chorus. Going to work the arrangement into a solo section and then back to the head. Source: ReMix: https://drive.google.com/file/d/18kM3VNO95O9thg0ZtiIME1_phX1xhzh2/view?usp=drivesdk
  16. I'm an amateur music maker and long time fan of OCR. After a few months of learning to use a free software for songs, I wanted to try and contribute to the prestigious world of game songs. This number comes from Freedom Planet, a great retro-style game with an inspiring soundtrack. This was made on Soundtrap.com starting with a MIDI file. The first half is pretty faithful to the original, then I improvised more for the second half. I hope one day to create something worthy of OCR's high quality archives. While still preparing to invest in higher-quality equipment, I definitely can learn from any feedback. Thank you for listening. This is the original song:
  17. Sup everybody, I wanted to share a remix I did based off of MvC. I’m not submitting this or anything. I just thought maybe somebody else out there enjoyed the Capcom style of the 90s. Thanks for listening. Peace My Remix/Cover: Original:
  18. Another remix I've been working on from Chrono Trigger - Corridors of Time. Tried to give it a retro dance feel, let me know what you think. Artist - EchoGhost Song - Corridors of Time Mix Remix: Original:
  19. Hey guys. I'm completely new to remixing and would love a bit of feedback to help me find my feet! Here's something I'm working on right now: It's my first time experimenting with samples and I've set them in front of a bongo and marimba cover of the Crash Bandicoot 3 - Warped theme. It still sounds a bit amateur to me but I have no idea what exactly is giving it that feel - hopefully a few of you might be able to point out anything obvious? Source material:
  20. Another video game music remix of the Sinistral Battle Theme (Battle #3) I'm currently working at. It will take some further time for the finished version - but I think it's already pretty nice. Original SNES Track >>> -------------------------------------------- Newest version of my remix: 1.6 >>> >>> https://clyp.it/04kbvlt1
  21. UPDATE: Found a version I'm happy enough with for my YouTube channel, link below updated. This idea popped into my head the other day, and have had an enjoyable few days putting it together. To be honest, feel a little stuck with it. Not too sure about some of the melody instruments & worried it's a little too conventional. That said, I messed around with it for a while and this direction ended up feeling right. Interested to hear your thoughts! Here's the [UPDATED] remix: Here's the original: And here's the kind of Vangelis / Bladerunner vibe I was thinking of (not directly similar!): Thanks for listening! Really value your feedback as always.
  22. Hey everyone! Here's a Zelda remix I completed recently, centered mainly around the Ballad of the Wind Fish and Kakariko Village. This remix is meant to be a musical representation of Link's Awakening's ending - a blend of the bittersweet and joyful feelings Link might have had at the end of that journey. I also wanted to achieve that sense of being "at sea" that many of Wind Waker's tracks evoke. There's also a touch of Wind Waker's Outset Island and Ocarina's Zelda's Lullaby mixed in, but only briefly. This first draft is technically "done" and I'm planning to submit it for review eventually, but I wanted to start off by getting some feedback from the community. Thanks for listening! (P.S. - I've got each of the Instruments of the Sirens represented in here, somewhat loosely in certain cases. See if you can pick them all out!)
  23. In developing as a musician, I'm trying to start doing new things - this includes longer practice times, broadening of repertoire, and of course, spending more time thinking about arranging. I've been reading an awful lot of sheet music lately, something I desperately need. Hopefully this arrangement (not yet done) reflects that in some way. This song seemed like an obvious choice for a jazz rendition considering it's already structured around fourths and seventh chords. I'm not sure if I will get this recorded live, but it is possible. It would be really nice. Let me know of any feedback! Still early in production, will be a while before I finish it, as there are some more pressing projects to work on. ReMix: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1L63AnbiYCaTcuUKt43Pz4fsx9JZnU6Q9/view?usp=sharing Source:
  24. (while I put my xenogears remix on the back burner for now)is there any way I could make these fit together as a mournful orchestral Ballad(4/4 or 6/8, 60-88 BPM) I need a collaborator that would be willing to pass Midi back and forth source 1 & 2: Sources 3 & 4: Figaro Castle: Coin of fate: the plan for the ending section: 1: 2: 3: Anybody interested?
  25. comments/suggestions(other than lyrics)?: *I know it needs lyrics. I'll talk to either Ian Martyn from Materia Collective or Chaeley for some help with classical Latin stuff.