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Hi everyone, Long time fan of the site (14 years+), first time poster. I wanted to have the dread with 'X the Legend' from the Megaman Zero games but kept hearing bits of 'Raise Thy Sword' from Soul Calibur II in my head as I would hum the melody to see what I might have been missing. This idea started with hearing Jay Reichard's version of X The Legend on VGMusic and realizing it could work as a great base to further studies for harmonies. (Long story short, was a vocalist studying opera, but had an injury that derailed that. So composition isn't my strongest point.) I worked i
Hello, It's been a while. Last time I posted a fireman stage remix from mmbn Now I come in hot with an old remix I made in 2015 of mmz2 departure Just so you know, When I get a better guitar VST, I will use it, but untill then, it sounds like it is. Hope you enjoy! In regards to feedback, whatever you can think would be great. It's been a while since I looked at this, so an extra set of ears would help. The lead for example is too loud in some parts, I hear separation between certain breaks and it throws me off... Thank you in adv
This came from playing around with the bassline rhythm a bit and then building on it, which gave it a different feel than the rock sound we're pretty used to. So I leaned into it, pulling reference from the SNES Ninja Turtles beat em up, and it just didn't sound the way I wanted, so I left it for a while. Then when I decided to use the theme from Char's Counterattack (a Mobile Suit Gundam movie) as a means to try figuring out Lo-fi sounds, I realized the feel that I was building with this wasn't meant for a really fast BPM. So I slowed it way down and replaced the drum beat with the