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  1. EDIT (20-10-23): Updated the mix and master as it was very kick and bass heavy. Should be a more balanced sound now. Updated spooki sounds here A dark psytrance remix of "Jaffars Theme" and "Final Battle" from Prince of Persia for the SNES. A sampled reference from the original Apple II version of Jafar conjuring forth the hourglass is also present in the song though that's more of a soundeffect than any sort of musical score. Original composers for the SNES OST are Toshiya Yamanaka and Tetsuya Nakan. The small sampled bit was a melodic sting for the Apple II version written
  2. https://youtu.be/_xPqx0-ssXw Star Fox remix my buddy, Tee Lopes, and I recently had a lot of fun putting together.
  3. UPDATED VERSION Hello again I just finished another DKC remix, this time putting a spin on the factory stage music. A welcome break from trying to perfect my Aquatic Ambience mix (mixing = argh!) The overall composition is fairly conservative though I did add a few personal touches here and there to keep it interesting. I experimented with sounds and FX and did my best balancing the mix. I actually think this turned out really well, which makes it a positive experience for once. Every time I come back for a listen I just feel satisfied and there is nothing
  4. Here is a Mana style score that I created by the influence of the Secret of Mana I paid close attention to the elements and the progression to get a sense of making it feel as if it belonged in the game please let me know what you think
  5. Hey guys! This is my take on the Stickerbrush Symphony theme from DKC2. I went for a Joe Satriani feel on the overall track, I hope you guys like it! https://drive.google.com/open?id=15bq3BVBAGtGuEGPSmdlFuQ5oAi8XNPI_
  6. If I wrote the soundtrack of a traditional JRPG, the airship theme might sound like this. What if there's no airship? Of course there's an airship.
  7. I always loved this catchy tune from this classic game. So here is my remix of the Battle music from Chrono Trigger done in a electro house/blog house style. Download and Stream links here: http://mercuriusfm.com
  8. I received a request to cover the Magus theme from Chrono Trigger. Here it is, with a suprise at the end!
  9. I finished another one of my emulation style remixes. All sounds extracted from the original games as separate channels using sound emulation, then mixed together/distorted/stretched/manipulated. Sounds are from NES Castlevania 2, Super Castlevania 4, SNES Dracula X, Castlevania Bloodlines, and Super Metroid. Source:
  10. I started working on this remix a few months ago, been on ice since then until this weekend. Damn it was a long time ago I could finish a song in just 2 days. So what do you think? Would it be something for the OCR community? Everyone loves the Zelda melodies, right? <3 //Glejs
  11. This game is pretty short but has some great music.
  12. I'm new here and I think I've found my home. I'm a Hip-Hop head and love remixing game music from Hip-Hop's view. I've remixed Schala's Theme from Chrono Trigger. I've used old TV dialogue (cleared the sample) in the beginning. I wanted to give it a real hip-hop feel with an Asian twist. I hope you guys enjoy!
  13. Good day! I went through a bit of pain for the last 4-5 hours as I have been ripping and carefully selecting and documenting all samples used in FFVI/CT spcs to .wav, along with loop and tuning info, to be eventually used in software such as Renoise, so one could be able to compose his own piece of music using actual FFVI or Chrono Trigger supercool samples! Is anyone interested? I would love to share the whole package (58 CT instruments and 61 FFVI instruments) with the community if anyone is looking for this, so that you don't have to go through the same amount of splitting->listening-&
  14. Hey, everyone! Late last year I posted some live clips from my VGM/jazz group, The Hard Modes. Since then I've written a bunch of new arrangements for the group that we've been playing locally, and about a month ago we recorded some of our repertoire. I wanted to share the first of the bunch with you--the beloved "Corridors of Time" from Chrono Trigger, written by Yasunori Mitsuda: I never really intended to arrange this tune, especially because it seems like a lot of people cover it (and cover it well!). But, I kept hearing it while I was at MAGFest this year and was infected b
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