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  1. Yo! It has been a long time since I made an arrangement for Street Fighter music. This is Juri's Theme. There is quite intense parts in the middle...had fun recording guitars :). This is the original soundtrack: How do you feel about it overall? Mixing balance and other stuff that comes to mind.
  2. Hey everyone! The newest arrangement is now up, it's a Waltz (yes; another!) but this time, based upon the Comet Observatory Music from Super Mario Galaxy. After playing this through from beginning to end during the lockdown here in the UK, I thought this piece would be just perfect for a Waltz, and it didn't disappoint! I did try to insert a couple of other melodies (disguised, of course!! :D), if you can figure them out, good on you! ^_^; Do hope you enjoy!!
  3. Hi! It's been a while since I posted on OCRemix, ... but now finally my new VGM album is out! It's called Rock 'n' Roll for Basement Dwellers and has 8 classic rock and funk covers of video game songs – this time with vocals. Songs are from Mega Man 3, Mega Man 10, Phantasy Star 2, Blades of Steel, and other games. Reactions have been very positive so far. Hope you like it! Listen to it here: http://mutherpluckin-b.com/sm2player_basement.html Or on Youtube: Find all my music on http://mutherpluckin-b.com
  4. Hello! I just finished new arrangement for Dark Cloud - Main Theme. Guitar is in the main role, but piano and synth also plays key parts in this. The original: What are your thoughts? I have been struggling with drum programming a little bit recently. If anyone knows or has some helpful tutorials concerning that, I'm very interested to check those out!
  5. Just committed the cardinal sin of remixing popular VGM by making this hybrid HipHop/EDM remix of Go Straight from Streets of Rage 2, to celebrate the release of SoR4. https://soundcloud.com/djmokram/knuckleduster Though I know this isn't admissible on OCR due to liberal use of in-game sfx, I'd still love to get some feedback for the arrangement, cause one ear can only take me so far.
  6. Hi there! I made an arrangement for Strikers 1945 II - Battle of Extreme North There has been some time since I played or recorded guitar, but this one got my fire back. Here is the original soundtrack:
  7. Hey everyone! OK, so to add to all the awesome Final Fantasy hype going about the place, I've decided to do something a bit........ 'different' Here's the newest piece of music I've arranged, a version of the Final Fantasy VI Opera Scene, arranged for a String Octet (traditionally, two String Quartets put together, put pretty much any mix of 8 stringed instruments). At MagFest this year, the Triforce and Videri String Quartets both participated in an orchestral performance I directed, we performed a couple of parts from The Creation of Hyrule! (yay!! ) so, as a way of thanks, I arranged this piece for them (and one more, which is to come! ) Enjoy!
  8. Hey everybody! To celebrate the new remake of FFVII, I decided to start making Piano Arrangements, and here's the first I've done - Aerith's Theme from FFVII. A simple one, but hope it has a good effect on the listener
  9. Here’s a remix I did this month, trying a combination of heavy bass and synth beats supporting high strings, with some brass sitting in the middle. Please enjoy! Super Mario Galaxy: Melty Molten Galaxy Remix
  10. Hi folks, I wanted to share my interpretation on this theme. Golden Sun is one of my most loved games, played it when I was a kid and many of you probably know this theme/game, so I think no introduction is needed Also, I always write original music, so this is my first rework Please be merciful with your judgement!
  11. I just released a FF7 EP and wanted to share it with you guys! Enjoy! https://fanlink.to/Shinra
  12. I have long loved the puzzle game Columns and subsequent releases in the series. A Columns game with some of the best music in the series is certainly Columns 3 on the Genesis/Mega Drive. The song Columns Dive is a fan favorite and it is a favorite of mine as well. The following is the source: Here is my remix of the source: I have complete this remix. The reason for asking for feedback is so that future remixes can continue to improve. I also want to know if you think that this is of a quality high enough to submit to OCRemix. Thanks.
  13. Un poco de lo que se pudo hacer con este temazo!. Que les parece? Ruler Of The Dark (004's Remix) MP3 : https://soundcloud.com/kof_neostation/ruler-of-the-dark-004s-remix Para mas material, suscribete y sigueme! Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/KOFNeostation Youtube : https:/youtube.com/c/KOFNeoStation Twitter : https://twitter.com/KOF_NeoStation
  14. I've released two tracks recently and I thought I'd share them. This one is sort of a "what if" as in what if Legacy of the Wizard was released on the Turbografx CD. It has a few Ryo Yonemitsu sounding elements. This is a really old WIP mix from 2010 that I recently revisited and gave a new synth coat. It's a bit more synth-ambient than what I usually do.
  15. My goal in creating this arrangement was to produce something soft in texture, and moderately more upbeat than the source material. I incorporated wah wah guitar, a simpler drum pattern, finger style bass, a koto, and a tremolo synth. The end result is something faithful to the motifs of the original composition, but divergent from its more aggressive aspects (e.g. the sub bass, and layered drum pattern). For those of you that are curious, the song title, "hayai kaze," means "swift wind" in Japanese. When I think of a ninja running through the night, I think of the movement of a swift wind, so it seemed fitting as a title for Ibuki's theme. I'm currently waiting on the judge's panel to make a decision about a Jazzy NYC remix I submitted last year, but once I get word on that mix, I'll be submitting this one next. Feedback is of course welcome. Song Title: "Hayai Kaze" (Twilight Remix) Originally Composed By: Hideki Okugawa Arranged and Performed By: The Native Dialect BPM: 120 Style: Smooth Jazz Hardware: iMac Software: GarageBand, Audacity "Hayai Kaze" (Twilight Remix) Source:
  16. Sonic the Hedgehog was the last movie I saw in theaters before the pandemic, so I've been on a whole SEGA nostalgia kick with my remixes. Flying Battery Zone is one of those compositions that ably demonstrates what the Sega Genesis sound chip can accomplish in the hands of a master composer, so I welcomed the opportunity to put my own spin (no pun intended) on the piece. The bass line is bananas! I don't feel that I got the violins right, but after five hours of arranging this track, I had to draw a line and upload it, otherwise I'd never be done, and no one would get to hear the music lol. I hope you all enjoy it! Song Title: "Eggman's Flying Fortress" (Flying Battery Zone Remix) Originally Composed By: Tatsuyuki Maeda, Tomonori Sawada, Sachio Ogawa, Masayuki Nagao, and Masanori Hikichi Arranged and Performed By: The Native Dialect BPM: 153 Style: Rock Hardware: iMac, Ibanez Talmon Software: GarageBand, Zebra2, Audacity Eggman's Flying Fortress: Source:
  17. In celebration of the forthcoming release of Final Fantasy VII Remake, I have created a remix of the FFVII Victory Fanfare. My remix is defined by the use of distorted guitar to change the texture of the soundscape. I wanted my version of the fanfare to have a gritty tone, symbolic of the gritty nature of actual combat. Victory never comes easily, so even if you emerge as the winner of a battle, there is a lingering tenseness. It is my hope that my take on the victory fanfare will musically reflect that sensation. I may submit this work to the judges, even though it does not meet the two minute rule. Given the short, looped nature of the original composition, perhaps the judges will make an exception? Remix Title: "The Edge of Battle" (Victory Fanfare Remix) Originally Composed By: Nobuo Uematsu Arranged and Performed By: The Native Dialect BPM: 141.4 Style: Trap/Rock Hardware: iMac, Ibanez Talmon Software: GarageBand, Zebra2, Audacity The Edge of Battle: Source:
  18. Metal version of Bombing mission. All kinds of feedback is allways welcome
  19. Hey all, So in light of the recent Sonic Movie, and also considering it’s been a while since I’ve created a Sonic track, I’ve just released a brand new track based again on Sonic 3 and Knuckles, but this time, heavily based on Angel Island Zone Act 2, modeled from the perspective of an Angel Island Resident. It’s slightly dark, but still a very fun listen. YouTube aside, the song is also available now on Spotify YouTube Music Amazon Music and more, along with instrumental and alternate mix available through BandCamp. ENJOY!
  20. Hey all, I recently completed this rather different take on the popular K.K Cruisin' track from the Animal Crossing series. I decided to model my rendition after the lesser known instrumental "aircheck" version, which has more of a instrumental hip-hope vibe to it. I thought it would be interesting to combine elements of both versions and I think it turned out pretty interesting. The aircheck version has a moodier opening that I thought would be a nice change of pace to include, rather than the more well-known opening of the original. I also incorporated elements that are not present in the "aircheck" version, which mainly includes the amazing chorus section. The main goal was to really put my own spin on the piece, so I recorded some improvised solos and added in a synth lead solo at the end that I hope you all enjoy. This was personally a big project for me, so I hope some of you will get a kick out of it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TfXpwP1_28s
  21. Here's a piece I've been looking to do an orchestral remix of for a while. Please enjoy! Feel free to give any feedback.
  22. Hello lovely people! This is my first remix/cover/tribute/mashup/thing that I'm posting on the forums. It's a classic rock remix of "Terra's Theme" from Final Fantasy 6, done in the style of "Time" by Pink Floyd. If you like it, you can download the track for free from my Soundcloud. Cheers!
  23. Hi Everybody! This is an arrangement for full Orchestra of the Ending music from Super Mario Bros and Super Mario Bros 2 (original; Lost Levels in the west), entitled "The Mushroom Kingdom National Anthem". I always felt this music had a solemn and regal air to it, and would be a fantastic candidate for the National Anthem if the Mushroom Kingdom ever had one! Hope you agree Disclaimer: Original music is by Koji Kondo, video content is in-game footage and all artwork property of their original creators.