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  1. Hello everyone! I'm Eidenlux, and this is my first post - so I deeply apologize for any mistake I could incur into. I'm gonna share with you a tune I've submitted yesterday. Being my first submission to the OCRemix community, I just realized it could've been a better idea to post it here first, so I could have some outside feedback before bring it directly to the jury. I'm not sure whenever this style is widespread, hence the question mark in the title. Basically, it's a blend of Symphonic metal, Cyber metal and Synthwave - Replacing the vocals with lead, "retro"-style synths. So, for that manner, I'm gonna give some background info about this track. I apologize if it's too long, that's why I'm gonna post the story part in spoilers, so you can skip it if you're not interested in the details (although they could be useful to understand the context of the production and arrangements): So, after many years, I thought: "I love this track. I have now mastered the production style I want. Now it's the time to make my own version". For that manner, I tried to leave some reminiscences of the original CPS instruments, like that synth used in the middle part of the original track, using my own synthesis (ironically based on those classic sounds). I would love to read any kind of opinion on any aspect of the tune, both musical and/or production-wise. As for my part, I'm comfortable with the overall production, which is basically what I had in mind. I didn't deviate too much from the original source track, except for a few details, new instruments like distorted guitars, stronger drum presence and the addition of my personal middle part in the second round of the track. Perhaps I like this tune too much to change it to the extreme hahaha But I'm quite satisfied with the final results; otherwise, I don't think I would have had the guts to submit it in the first place Anyway, here I'll leave the link on Bandcamp, it should have an acceptable, good streaming quality: https://eidenlux.bandcamp.com/track/royal-flush-bgp-groove Thank you a lot for this space and your time. We'll be reading each other
  2. I DID IT! All the notes are correct, tried to make it close to the original as possible. Enjoy! https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1cNg5GTkCUIbTVvZThFbjJsWm8 EDIT: No "twinkly arp thing"- don't know the notes. - I combined several versions- opening from original, variation from 80's version, some parts from 2005 on
  3. Hello, first time posting something original here but I'm quite happy with this one, though the military drums at the beginning still sound kinda shit. It's an 80s new retro wave inspired generally upbeat track with voice samples from Harry S Truman, George Bush, Lawrence Krauss, Jeanine Pirro and of course Donald Trump, to bring in a very happy new year to civilization. https://soundcloud.com/fraser-jennison/ad2016