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  1. REQUEST: please listen to at least 30 seconds of the track to increase the play counter. This way I can tell someone has actually listened to it, rather than being left wondering why this post has so many views that doesn't result in more plays. I've been working on a new remix for some time and think its about ready for a first feedback round. I've created an alternative version of Aquatic Ambience (Donkey Kong Country) to go with the polluted version of the underwater stage. It includes bits from Kremlantis Submerged from Donkey Kong Land and I wrote an original ending to it. I went for a more dark and dramatic mood in the harmony while retaining most of the original melodies and sound FX. The whole thing kind of happened by accident when I was playing around with chords after trying to figure out what David Wise did with the original to make it so awesome sounding. I'm quite happy with it, but this time I want to go beyond where I usually give up, so I'm asking for feedback on these specific areas: * Overall mixing levels (any problematic areas?) * Transitions (do they work well enough?) Feel free to remark on any other important areas that I missed. I've spent a lot more time learning about and mixing and EQ-ing and stuff, but I'm still finding the whole thing difficult Anyway, here it is: Enjoy! Source tracks: Aquatic Ambience: Kremlantis Submerged: