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  1. I always admired the musical style of Hans Zimmers in the Dark Knight trilogy so I decided to try and recreate one of my favorite game soundtracks in a similar style. A buddy of mine has this synth in his DAW called Zebra which is the same synth that Zimmer used when working on those movies, there's even a preset pack that Zimmer released called "Dark Zebra" which has some of the actual sounds from the films, that's what I used to create most of this track. I picked the battle theme from FF7 because it worked well with the dark tones of the Zebra synth, mixing something like this whi
  2. Hi everyone. I'm newbie here and I would like to show my job. This is my version of Streets of Desolation from Batman of NES. I hope you enjoy.
  3. Here is my attempt at an EDM remix of the original Batman Theme...hope you like! https://youtu.be/I9ldlJV60zM
  4. https://youtu.be/V5p5_bA5Lvc?list=PL3i37PRu37O1p385PTx2wqaOXuVvKnF0N For today's video I'll be covering the Stage 1 & 6 music from "Batman: Return of the Joker". Specifically, this is a cover from the original NES game released in 1991, which was composed by Naoki Kodaka. About the cover, I tried to keep it largely the same as the original, including original tempo and key, but added my own solo near the end of the track to change it up.
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