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Hey everyone, I've been a fan of OC ReMix for a very long time now but just now started to entertain the idea of making som remixes myself. I've been working on this arrangement of the theme from deep Brinstar (red soil area) from Super Metroid over the past couple days and thought I'd share and see if there was any constructive feedback to be had. Personally, I think I need to humanize the instruments a bit and deviate a little more from the source material, but I think I have something at least somewhat interesting here. This will be a hard line to walk, as I actually do intend this track to sound somewhat robotic. https://tanukitunes.com/library/tracks/89463 Thanks in advance, everyone, and please remember this is my first attempt at this, lol
I am writing original music for a videogame that I am working on with some friends. I have made two tracks so far, the title theme and a boss fight theme. I would love to hear what you all think about it and what I could improve upon. I plan on making more music for the game in the future, when the game idea itself is more developed and mature. I used the Linux MultiMedia Studio to make this.
So I just tried using samples in my music for the first time, only to find out I have zero clue how to use them. Whatever I make is garbage, I cant get a simple instrument out of the songs provided for the life of me. I want to take a muted trumpet sound from an old 1920's song I got with a sample pack, but it just isn't working. My second issue is that I cant figure out for the life of me how Reaper even works. Ive been using LMMS this whole time, and in Reaper I cant seem to find anywhere any means to even use a sf2 file. I need help with all of this, I expected to have a fun time learning today but now I just feel stressed and depressed.
Hi everyone, this is my first own finished electronic music track on LMMS. I created it as soundtrack for the game I am currently developing (also my first one actually). I hope you like it ! All sorts of feedback are appreciated and don't forget to enjoy the music!