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  1. Hi Everyone I have released a new album Flux Motions that's got a little bit of a gaming music dna in there. The idea with the album is to celebrate the old style of minimalist electronic music and a homage to some of the early adopters of electronic music. The challenge I set was to use zero samples and just pure synths. Hope you enjoy and any feedback is appreciated https://music.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_nZgCjqB6J-SpzYFAU5Kbh5p713zLWfMRs Or if you want to listen on other platforms https://song.link/appleofwaves
  2. 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
  3. Hello again! After over a half year I've managed to release another Deus Ex remix (a franchise that's quite popular on this platform judging by the amount of mixes I had the occasion to listen to, the "Only In Novels" cover is my favorite so far), I hope it will be on par with the previous works, enjoy!
  4. What's up guys, I'm here again to post my latest rework (this time without making 1000 edits to the OP) It's a track from the Unreal Tournament 99 soundtrack, reworked in a freeform/drum&Bass/IDM style and sped up a bit (155 BPM instead of the original 116) So long story short, here's my remix, hope you'll enjoy it! (and here's the original for comparison)
  5. Hello there! It's been a while (almost 2 years) since I've touched anything from Unreal or Unreal Tournament, so I thought t was about time to remix something quite underrated from my favourite videogame soundtrack ever, enjoy!
  6. Hi guys, I'm new here. I've got some music that will hopefully be of interest, it's remastered versions of 7 tracks from the original Unreal. All the tracks were by Alexander Brandon, I think. So it's not technically a remix, but I've remastered the tracks and made them sound significantly better than the originals. It's my favourite game soundtrack of all time, and I'm a big fan of Alexander Brandon. You can listen to the tracks here - So I hope this is of interest. Feel free to reply with feedback or anything. It was a lot of fun to improve the mix on some of my favourite tracks from the game.
  7. Hello! As you may or may not know, MAGFest is happening soon, and just like every year for the past decade, we'll be having a special month over at Dwelling of Duels, with a live listening party at MAGFest! Exact details about the listening party to follow. The tradition is to pick a unique and interesting theme for the MAGFest duel, and this time it's... 80s vs 90s Month That's right, we're pitting two awesome decades against each other! Which had the better video games? Which had the better music? Which had the better video game music? All of these questions will be answered this month. Artists can chose either the 80s or the 90s, and remix songs from a game (or multiple games) released in that decade. Featuring games from both decades in a single entry is not allowed. Other than that, all standard rules apply: http://dwellingofduels.net/rules/ Now, what makes this duel special, other than the live listening party, you ask? Well, we're happy to announce a partnership with Impact Soundworks! Top 3 artists (or groups/bands) will each get one library out of the following: Super Audio Cart, Shreddage Bass 2, Shreddage Guitar or Shreddage Drums. Fun fact: Shreddage Bass 2 was recorded by the ocremix artist, bass virtuoso and the person with the most DoD gold medals, Tony Dickinson a.k.a. Prince uf Darkness! But wait, there's more: entrants will be able to get a 10% discount on all Impact Soundworks libraries! So, get your instruments ready, start making some music, and enter the duel! Deadline for submissions is January 3rd, 2017 at 1PM EST. Send your entries to dodsongs@gmail.com. If you come to MAGFest, be sure to drop by the listening party (80s or 90s fashion not required). We promise it's gonna be fun, as you can see in this video: For those not familiar with DoD: Dwelling of Duels is a monthly (or sometimes bi-monthly) video game music remixing competition started back in 2003. The focus is on live instruments: each entry needs to have a main instrument played live. A theme is picked for each duel and all the entries have to follow the theme. At the end of the month, listeners vote for the songs and a winner is decided. To this day, there have been: - 2778 entries, from - 1070 games, by - 714 artists, in - 154 duels, having - 167+ hours of music! http://dwellingofduels.net/