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Title: VA - Fusion Compilation 13 Netlabel: Fusion Cat#: FN_56 Genre | Style: Abstract Hip-Hop, Ambient, Chillout, Easy Listening, Ethnic, Lounge Duration: 00:43:47 Released: 01.01.2020 Tracklist: 01. Makatumbe - Intro 02. Коля Маню - Каждый день 03. Nomadic - Naive is Bliss 04. Temple Step Project - Allah (feat. Tahir Qawwal) 05. Klātu - Private Regret 06. Dubnotic x Mettakin x Emog - Daruma 07. Nick R 61 - Ganesha 08. beatfarmer - Until Next Morning (Stratusphere remix) 09. Jazzyspoon - The Weight Of The World 10. Jason Job - Ambivalence -> https://archive.org/details/FN_56
I decided to import my older remix into FL Studio and see if I can make it better using proper VSTi's. The result is a more relaxing version which features some of Spitfire Audio LABS' free stuff (synth pads and frozen strings). It still needs some tweaking, and I'd like to get other people's opinion on the overall balance between the different sounds/layers (my ears are toast!). I'm definitely happy with the vibe of the piece though it would be nice if it were longer. Then again, longer might make it boring after a while. Things I'm already aware of: pads need smoother transitions and maybe some dynamics automation drum beat needs to be less robotic What do you think? Anything I'm missing? Previous version for reference:
Hey everyone, I've been working on a chilled out version of Mabe Village from Link's Awakening. I completely rearranged the song's chord structure, and played most of the riffs/runs using a midi keyboard. This is a style I've been very fond of lately and have used it for some other Zelda Remixes, none of which I felt were worthy of submitting, but I think with some polish I might be able to get this one up to par. +Overall song structure/arrangement +Mixing/sound choices I included a middle section with a different vibe/different chords to spice it up a bit. My biggest challenge on this one is that the tune is pretty short and only has one section. I experimented with a few different ideas to lengthen the track, but if anyone has any other ideas I'm open to hearing them. Right now I think the length is OK, but there is still more work to do to keep it from sounding repetitive. Lastly, I'm open to collaboration on this if anyone is interested (one thought was maybe a real guitar playing over some of the sections instead of my so-so plugins) EDIT: updated link, song is finished now, but I may go back and make changes if needed before submitting
hello everyone. i just joined but i've been enjoying OCR content since at least 2005-2006. i started making my own music in 2009 and it's been one of my bucket list items to get a remix up on OCR someday. i'm sure megalovania remix submissions are a dime a dozen but here i go anyway. Tindeck link for those who prefer it since I know soundcloud is going to make it sound a little swooshy I finished this about a month ago and i've been toying with the idea of reworking and polishing it for submission to OCR, but ultimately i just don't know if it's good enough. anyone at all who's interested in telling me what i could be doing better is more than welcome to. i don't know for sure if I will end up submitting this song specifically or if i'll do something else entirely, but I really need to know what to work on as an artist. laypeople/non-audio engineer types have told me it sounds good, but i'm anxious that there are problems with dynamics/mixing/etc under the surface that I don't even realize are there. just lay it on me, be honest if there's something i'm blatantly doing wrong. i want to improve. making music is one of the things i'm most passionate about and I want to get better. I made this song entirely in a DAW called Auxy, which is free ipad app, though i used a lot of extra instrument packs bought in-app. im not very rich, so i only have a couple pairs of half-decent headphones to monitor mixing and dynamics in different-sounding headphones, aside from listening off my computer speakers. I'll likely buy a pair of Sennheiser or Bose cans for the purpose of making music specifically down the road, but for now I'm making do with a couple of Sony and RockCandy earbuds that were like 10-20 bucks. Again, any feedback from anyone is greatly appreciated. Thank you.