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  1. Here is my new composition called "Dream". It's very chill instrumental electronic music. I'm not sure where the inspiration comes, maybe some anime movie
  2. Hi there. I released my new original song "Sapphire". It's kind of instrumental electronic music... and very chill :D. What kind of feelings does this track wake up inside you? Where could this be heard (video games, anime, movies, atmosphere, place, scene, theme etc...)? I'm very interested in that!
  3. Yo everyone! I released new version of this all time classic song from Touhou 4 "Bad Apple". It was very fun project to learn some new stuff with Serum vst (making risers and fallers, pluck sounds, bass etc.) Feedback is very welcome. For example, what kind of feelings do you have on mixing balance overall? Original song:
  4. Yo! I released new EDM instrumental version of Opening 15 theme from Fairy Tail series. The song is called Masayume Chasing. Original:
  5. This is the final copy of a song I made to practice the electric guitar with, both to practice the instrument, as well as to practice mixing. I practiced the guitar for over a year before reaching this point. I have more work on the way, but as it goes, music is a hobby I can only attend to on occasion. Let me know what you think!
  6. Here's a sequenced demo I made -- inspired by one of my favorite books. Before recording anything I'd really like to know what you guys think of it and what needs to be improved. Thanks in advance
  7. A while ago, I self-published my debut album, ORACLE. I don't think I ever shared it on here, so here's a link to one of the tracks, 'Exordium': https://bjoernkmusic.bandcamp.com/track/exordium-2 Genre-wise, this is a modern, guitar-centric metal album, with particular focus on riffs and atmosphere rather than wild leads and crazy technique. Think of Metallica's instrumental songs but with a djent-y soundscape and a pinch of prog. I'm also heavily (ha! pun!) influenced by other metal musicians from the YouTube space, such as Keith Merrow (Merrow, Conquering Dystopia, Alluvial) or Ola Englund (Feared, The Haunted). 'Exordium' is the single of the album, and I think it's a good way to start into it. It's fairly straight forward, in-you-face metal. The album gets a bit more progressive than that on tracks like Of Guilt and Catharsis. If you feel drawn to acts like Meshuggah or Periphery / Haunted Shores, you might want to give these a go as well. This whole project was a one-nerd-effort, from conception to final mixdown. Except for mastering, for which I was lucky enough to get Ermin Hamidovic from Systematic Productions (Architects, Periphery, Devin Townsend) on board. Conceptually, the album tackles themes of insecurity and depression, but also of struggle and overcoming. The album as a whole looks at the process of working through a life-altering event, with all its ups and downs. The individual tracks dig into the different stages of this process, as well as the emotions attached to that. To give you an idea, 'Premonitions' is informed by the looming feeling of something not being right that you sometimes get way before you consciously notice any actual problems / changes, while 'Exordium' tries to capture the almost manic determination that sometimes grabs a hold of ya when you realize the inevitability of a big event that is heading your way. But enough rambling, at the end of the day, I'd be much more interested to hear what YOU hear in the album. Of course, any and all feedback regarding songwriting, mixing etc. would be much appreciated - while this is my first foray into the scene, I'm not planning to leave it at that and there's so much to do and to improve I hope you give Exordium---and maybe even the entire album---a spin. The link above leads to Bandcamp, but it's up on all major streaming platforms (Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube) as well. Cheers!
  8. Small teaser for my latest album "Exit" (c) 2018 P.s. Also my other albums available here: Single - Inside Out New Single "Airdrop" Full Album Exit Album "Wind Between Us" (c) 2010 Album "Round The World" (c) 2015 My Piano Album "Dandelion" (c) 2014 Album "Letter From The Past" (c) 2011 Album "I Will Remember" (C) 2008
  9. Hello! Long time ago I wanted to make "virtual band" in League of Legends universe, from Noxus. With Katarina's vocal, Darius and Thalon with guitars, Sion on Bass gtr, Draaaven as a drummer and Urgot(before rework) at synths. I made this track and even lyrics(inspired by Rammstein). But than, Riot's made Pentakill.. So my idea died. Pentakill is great, so I don't complane. enjoy if you can xD
  10. Hello again. It's been quite a while since I first posted here, but I've decided to link some of my newer original music. Although I have also made some electronic and chiptune tracks, I have mainly still been writing many short "djent-y" themes, a few of which I will link below. My previous thread is obsolete as the tracks that used to be linked there were WIP versions of very old tracks that I've since uploaded to SoundCloud. Rather than re-post my oldest tracks here, I'm instead sharing some of my most recent music. The mixing quality and compression varies a lot amongst the short metal tracks, as I am still experimenting and learning how to make very heavy music like this sound better (e.g., heavy and aggressive but without being too clean, harsh, or messy). From 5 months ago: For this I tried to make something extremely "evil" and foreboding. Basically a wall of distortion with ominous choirs. From 6 months ago: Inspired by games such as DOOM. Same thing as above: Wall of distortion. No choirs or synths, though. I don't really like the drum samples I used... Within the past week: Use of dissonant, distorted chords. I think the drums in this are better than the drums I used in older stuff. This one has more melodic, slightly less distorted riffs. Making extremely down-tuned bass sound good is the main problem here for me. Thanks for listening! I am always finding ways to improve, but I enjoy making these themes.
  11. Involution is a new release by Producer and Guitarist Alon Barak, also known as Ony Johnson. Ony. Johnson's music is a combination of retro synthwave and expermintal pop, with an edge of ambient melodies and explosive rhythms. Stream/Follow/Subscribe: https://www.facebook.com/onyjohnsonmusic https://itunes.apple.com/il/album/involution/1377091979?i=1377091984 https://onyjohnsonmusic.bandcamp.com https://www.instagram.com/onyjohnsonmusic
  12. Hi, check out my music and leave some feedback! Your feedback will really help me a lot! Thank you!
  13. A lot of firsts here: my first time to record, arrange, play drums, use a DAW, play all instruments, mix. I don't care for the song but my daughter challenged me so I used it. Before you critique my guitar playing too harshly remember I like sloppy, lyrical musicians like Jimmy Page, Chet Baker, Andres Segovia. Hope you enjoy.
  14. I know - it's not quite a video game remix. But I'm trying a lot of things with guitar sounds for my videogame remixes in these days. So, I decided to create an instrumental composition for a famous TV series opening from the 80s to use my new self-made raw (slightly distorted) clean electric guitar presets. Further information you can find in the description of the upload for Youtube. Maybe you can give me some feedback how you like the guitar sound, the new drums, the piano stuff as well the rest of the remixed soundtrack. Original soundtrack: >>> ---------------------------------------- Newest version of my remix: 1.1 >>> >>> https://clyp.it/vht55ihs
  15. Jurassic Park 2, The Chaos Continues is one of the harder games on the Super Nintendo, for all the right reasons. Graphics may not be top notch but the controls are sharp. 2 things stood out to me as a young gamer about this game, the early cinematic cut scene with voice work (one of the first or only for SNES, at least as far as I have seen), and the music. I love OCRemix. I have been using this site for years and occasionally I use the forums (since I'm not a musician, all I could contribute is artwork). One thing I keep hoping to finally see amongst all the Final Fantasy, Mario, and Zelda remixes are these little gems. There is not one remix for JP2: The Chaos Continues. This game is rich with a soundtrack that explores many different locations. From jungle, to industrial buildings. I would LOVE to see remixes from this game, if not a whole album (its a smaller soundtrack, consisting of 14 or so tracks, most of which are the smaller tracks like "game over"). There is a wide range of music to explore for remixers. Personally I would love to hear darker, industrial tones, tribal drums and sounds that forebode imminent death, and perhaps a mix of heavy/power metal and/or orchestra when needed. I have included a selection of songs from the game. Here are descriptions to help paint the scenario in your mind as the music plays, Seek and Destroy has Alan Grant running through a fiery volcano to track down the raptor nest and gas it. Fire pillars erupt, Dimorphodon take flight, and watch out for a Triceratops who might charge for you. Escape the Volcano within a few minutes before Alan Grant is burned to a crisp, buried underground with the very creatures he once excavated. High Ptera brings Alan Grant to a giant cliiffside as he navigates through caverns and rock walls while avoiding Pteranodon and Dimorphodon to disable a satellite. Protect the Gallimimus as armed Biosyn personal try to airleft dinosaurs from a large Serengeti-type expanse ; armed troops and military grade helicopters fire and bomb Alan Grant. Blockade takes Alan Grant indoors to Jurassic Park's control rooms for a mission as he climbs through power generators, fans, steaming pipes, and some Biosyn guards stealing data and information on dinosaur genetic cloning. Dark Jungle is most likely the first stage song you hear as it kicks off all jungle levels like Raptor Attack and T-Rex Carnage. Haunting drums and whistles of a world unknown. T-Rex Carnage takes place as you leave the "dark jungle" and jump on a Jeep Wrangler while a hungry T-Rex gives chase. Biosyn soldiers fire on you from treetops but if you stop emptying your gun on the unkillable Tyrannosaur, you wil be eaten. Watch out though, for you must abruptly jump off your jeep, as it plummets into a chasm, hoping to grab a vine out of the T-Rex's biting range. Raptor Attack and Alan Grant is in a darkly lit underground power facility. Poison the raptors and Spitters, get the power rebooted, and get out before.... Lethal Gas is poisoning the dinosaurs and you must get Alan Grant outside as the time runs down before it kills him, too. SEEK AND DESTROY, ESCAPE THE VOLCANO, HIGH PTERA, PROTECT THE GALLIMIMUS, BLOCKADE, DARK JUNGLE, T-REX CARNAGE (looping), RAPTOR ATTACK (titled lethal gas), LETHAL GAS There have been a few covers of the soundtrack. Literally, only a few. Notable to me is DonutDrums who has recorded 2 covers in a 3 year window. Here are links to his covers to these songs which features montages of him playing the different parts. Dark Jungle (2015 cover), Blockade (2014 cover) I would love to see what the brilliant artists of OCReMix can do. Please, and thank you! And, if an album might be doable, I would like to throw my hat in to do the artwork for said album
  16. The soundcloud one has better sound quality. The youtube one shows a screen capture of the track in FL Studio.
  17. The youtube video has no fx and is basically unmastered. The soundcloud link below has a 320 kbps mp3 download of the final mix with FX. Took about 7 or 8 hours of my day yesterday.
  18. ^ Remix - Original: I'm interested in any feedback, particularly on interp since I'm not entirely sure if I should submit or not based on that.
  19. https://soundcloud.com/xtakerux/souls For more. Buy from : http://www.cdbaby.com/m/cd/xtakerux
  20. https://youtu.be/Ii_lrqihVHQ https://soundcloud.com/xtakerux/sort-of-carnival
  21. Hey everyone, I'm new to the forums but would love to share some of the work I've done with my group Becoming Elephants. It's got a musical vibe similar to some video game soundtracks like Castlevania/Mega Man/TMNT but also some modern sounds that draw influence from progressive rock, metal, and jazz fusion. It's all instrumental and our first album is a concept album. Hope you enjoy it! It's available in it's entirety for streaming on Soundcloud, YouTube, and Spotify. Thanks!
  22. Heya everyone! I used to do quite a bit of remxing around here, but it was back a couple of years ago so I figure a lot of people here don't know who I am; You may have heard these; http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01341 http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01304 In any case, I've since then started a band called Contemplator, and we just released a full-length album, "Sonance", mixed and mastered by Colin Marston of Gorguts/Krallice/Dysrhythmia. It's somewhere in the middle of Dream Theater, Opeth, more extreme metal like Gorguts, Martyr, and a serious dose of VG influences. Live violin and viola (and cello) on the album are courtesy of Jeff Ball, another OCRemixer you might've heard of! So yeah, come visit us on Facebook, go have a listen to the album on Bandcamp or Youtube! I'd love to have your feedback on the music too! If you're really curious about the composition/recording/production process for the album, we also produced a short making-of video with footage from the studio and some blurbs about how we made this thing. https://contemplator.bandcamp.com https://www.facebook.com/ContemplatorBand/
  23. Hey guys ! I've being wanting to make a Child of Light cover for a while now , and finally here it is : Aurora's theme cover ! Feel free to leave your opinion an feedback , this isn't my first cover but it is my first post to OCremix .I really want to improve my songs so all feedback is welcome Enjoy
  24. Check it out! Leave a feedback!!! Thank you!!
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