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  1. This track has literally sat for years, the original source file lost long ago between computer upgrades. I listen to the MP3 I managed to save every now and then, think it sounds good, and that I should probably get back around to it, someday. Well, that day might as well be today. Behold: Chrysalis, a remix of SaGa Frontier's Alone. I went for a Crystal Castles kind of feel for it, so it comes off a little discordant, especially the lead synth. Granted, that synth could probably use some equalizing, especially on the sustained notes. I feel like I it may be a little too close to the source material as it is. All feedback is welcome. Thank you for listening.
  2. I just looked back at when I joined and realized I've been stalking this site for eight years. Eight years of listening to amazing music and not making any of my own. So, I gave a hand at it. This is based on SaGa Frontier's "Alone," the Bio Lab theme, by Kenji Ito. I took a lot of inspiration from Crystal Castles' album (III) in instrument choice - a little bit industrial, a little bit trance, etc. Chrysalis Here's the original: Alone I'm looking to get some feedback on equalization, whether any parts come out too harshly, and the general "completeness" of the piece - this is my first foray (that's actually gotten past the planning stages) into remixing, so I'd love any feedback.