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  1. 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
  2. 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.
  3. 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:
  4. Remix of two songs from the game. Aim was to keep the calm, at times, minimal nature of the originals, but in a dfferent genre. Originals: Remix: https://sites.google.com/site/vspaine/wips/Near Sights.mp3?attredirects=0&d=1 Any feedback appreciated. Cheers
  5. 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!)
  6. 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:
  7. 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. Feedback of any kind welcome! Source:
  8. (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?
  9. 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/x1vnb945exx6xhhuumqopja088nf11bs 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!
  10. 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.
  11. Yo, Another one of my favorite soundtracks that I feel is overlooked. Love the style. Anyways not an exact cover but not a remix either. Enjoy. Original: My version: Peace
  12. Hey guys, im a new user here and I would love it if you guys would check out this FF7 Fanfare Remix https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdfATjSALpc im sorry guys i dont know how to embed youtube videos. If anyone could tell me ill be glad to edit.
  13. This is a collaboration between myself and Wassup Thunder, which started as playing around with some midis. I can't really claim that we're breaking new ground here, but it was fun to put together a mix of my personal favorite track from Megaman Zero. Made with Soundtrap (free website :S), but we do entertain the idea of making this good enough to submit. Wassup Thunder says: "Just hope to contribute to the underappreciated ost of Megaman Zero. Above all else, it was a crash course XD." Uh, an analysis? Got Crash, Zero's theme, and a little Neo Arcadia thrown in there. And an explody crash noise. Enjoy if you can, gimme feedback if you want! Mayhap some part is good?
  14. This remix came to me out of nowhere ! I kinda like it, but I don't know if I shouldn't try to transpose the piece in another style... Original: Remix: What do you guys think ?
  15. Hi there!, here you can hear a demo for Queen Gohma, from my upcoming Zelda Ocarina of Time remix album, hope you like it
  16. 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. Edit 10-18-18 Slight EQ changes made. Originals Different take, 10-18-18
  17. This is an actual remix and I'm sharing it. It's a Final Fantasy themed mixture that took many creative liberties but I think the result is cool. Tell me what you guys think and what I can improve on. It's done in my signature style and I'm ready for criticism. Read the description in the link and Enjoy. Three sources. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVxUE_6z984 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQwQnEfbh0U
  18. 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:
  19. Hi peeps This is a completed arrangement of 3 songs from Lufia and the Fortress of Doom, completely reharmonized and partwritten by hand over 6-7 months, to fit the theme of "Deliverance" from pain. Also a nod to the fact that these are "Door of Journey", "Departures" and,"To A New World". It is a sad but also hopeful tune. Yes, life is tough, but it can get better, and we can find small victories in the immense shadows. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGUb_K-Uac4&feature=youtu.be If you like please subscribe to my youtube channel as I'll be posting more remixes, music theory analysis, maybe some break downs of video game songs theory wise, maybe some game reviews and such, and some original music. I am going to be submitting this to OCRemix later as I'm quite proud of the COMPOSITION. however, I'm not going to submit this version because I want to practice guitar and bass more and re record next year so I get a professional sound. I did my best, but I just want this to be jaw droppingly good with the playing. At that point I will also be re-engineering it too, but I think the mix is pretty decent, for me at least XD. The different changes in dynamics between instruments and parts forced me to learn automation, so that was good lol
  20. 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.
  21. Hey guys, I would like some feedback on this remix. I'm not well versed in percussion, and would also like ideas for accompaniment if possible. Any advice is well appreciated. Thank you!
  22. 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!
  23. =) 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.
  24. After many (sometimes frustrating) hours of work I have finally managed to complete this remix. I turned the second BGM from the classic Game Boy game 'Tennis' into an orchestral piece. This time I worked with FL Studio 20 and more professional sound libraries such as Cinematic Strings 2 and Garritan Personal Orchestra 5. I first expected to just copy/paste the notes from my MuseScore version, but quickly found that working with better packages was very inspirational. As a result I managed to create a much more interesting and vibrant composition than I could not have pulled off with MS. I made some important changes compared to the first version: Added a pizzicato intro that is supposed to suggest a tennis match with 2 points scored before a ace is landed. This is a reference to a feature in the game where the computer will often use a nearly unstoppable move (ace in tennis terms) that got me so angry as a kid playing this game. The title reflects this also: 'Ace on Me'. I replaced the vibraphone and harp with the piano, which just sounds much better. I added more voices and used different play styles for the strings sections. Thanks to this discussion I was able to overcome some problems with getting the volume right. I did my best to make the mix work well, but still need more practice with the mixer, EQ and all that stuff. I am open to your feedback, but also a bit reluctant to touch this project more. I would very much like to submit it to ocremix, so I guess if it is not up to standards yet, I may have to dive back into it. Alright, enough talk. To the mix: Original track: Previous version:
  25. I don't see too many remixes or covers for the Virtua Fighter series. Maybe I'm the only one that thinks the music is awesome haha. I spent a lot of time burning through quarters with this one at the arcades and on the Saturn. Anyways, any critiques or comments are always appreciated. Peace