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Here's the link to the updated version for your convenience, I've removed some of the percussive instruments and just generally changed the whole mix to get rid of some of the imbalance. So I decided to make an acoustic version of this classic Zelda tune, I did my best with the filters to make it sound like an old latin song that you might have heard on the radio. I used something like 10 different percussive elements some panned, all with customized velocity and slight time delay, did my best to separate all the instruments as much as possible, but the filters and compressor does kinda make it hard to hear them all, it's a trade off I had to make to get old sounding effect. Nothing fancy on the guitar style, I used what I had in Nexus and used some effects to tweak the sound. I know that this style of remix has been done before it just fits this song so well. Hope you guys like it. There's a link in the video description if you want to download it.
Hey OCR community! The song Gerudo Peeples by Scott Peeples was and is still one of my favourite remixes, and I had wanted to see if I could make a sort of tribute (carbon replica-ish) version of it... kinda just cuz I felt like it. Oh, but it's been 5 years since making this. Shoulda put this up sooner. Oops I definitely have no plan to even attempt at submitting this, this is purely for your belated listening purposes. http://tindeck.com/listen/etvu Though not for submission requirements, critiques are welcome, as always.
Serious props to Diggi Dis for creating "Mamacitas in My Valley", it's a great remix and from what I've seen on the main site, is currently the most recent Gerudo Valley remix. After that, there's" Zelda Comes To Town" from Zelda 25, which focused more on the original Legend of Zelda Over-world theme. I would say try this out: Lyrics. I remember hearing a song that was like Gerudo Valley and it had lyrics (No I'm not talking about brentalfloss) about 6 years ago. I believe in you OverClocked ReMix. Make like Super Sm4sh Bros. and breathe new life into classic tracks. You've done it before and you can do it again. You have my full support no matter what the result.