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I originally did this as a joke, but I kinda like how the arrangement went. This is mainly for a comedy sketch with a King Boo puppet I PLAN on building. Basically its just King Boo playing this song on the pipe organ, with a humorous ending. My samples are crap, I'm well aware. I'm looking for ARRANGEMENT feedback. What could I do to make this sound more like a classical/spooky organ piece for most of it? then the humorous ending shows up as a way to throw you off. I wanted it to remain somewhat true to the original and not arrange it TOO much. But I don't want a carbon copy either. as for quality I was thinking of collaborating with someone here who has better organ sounds/mixing skills. Let me know what you think ...PLAY BALL!
My cover of the song that plays during the most spoilerific part of Super Mario Odyssey. Also includes bits of Peach's Castle, Super Mario World's Main Theme, Mario 64's File Select Theme, and Jump Up, Superstar. Let me know what it needs in terms of production or arrangement so it can sound as good as possible! It's still missing a few backing vocals, but besides that it's about done in terms of recording.
Hi everyone! I'm currently working on a remix of DDD from SM64. I actually played the melody from memory, so it might sound a bit different than the original. It's still unfinished (hence the abrupt ending lol). I didn't do much in terms of mixing, so i guess it will need some work in that regard too. Box: https://app.box.com/s/l0b26bqyw6gr0se4krj9anyemwrnw1e1 Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/karmus24/dire-dire-docks-remix-wip/s-BSAl
A brand new track from our album 'LEGACY SESSIONS: GAME GENERATION 5'! Arrangement by Casey Ormond This time it's a mashup of the 'File Select' themes from the 2 greatest Nintendo 64 games - Super Mario 64 and Zelda: OoT For more 32-bit (generation 5) game music arrangements, recorded live in the studio by some great musicians please check out the album and other vids on the youtube channel! http://legacy-sessions.com Of course all comments / questions are welcome