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  1. I love Kingdom Hearts and its music. I primarily write both original electronic music and remixes in FL Studio. Anyway I was curious what the common characteristics of a field/stage theme (the kind in JRPGs but especially Kingdom Hearts) are. I'm thinking of writing one myself and need some pointers. In fact any tips for KH-style music would be great. Here's a few examples of the stage themes from the Kingdom Hearts series. "Welcome to Wonderland" from KH1 "Sacred Moon" from KH2 "Keyblade Graveyard" from Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep. "Traverse Town" from KH1 Also does anyone know of any Video game songs/pieces that have simple melodies and/or are easy to remix? I dream of getting a remix on this site one day. Too bad I have a very eccentric and unusual style to my music (both original and remixes).
  2. Hey fellow OC ReMixers! I wanted to share the first episode in my new YouTube series, Game Audio Analysis. As a composer and sound designer for video games, I'll be using these videos to share knowledge, tips, and tricks for other aspiring game audio professionals. I'm starting out with some basic ideas, but I'll gradually be moving on to topics that are more advanced. New episodes will be posted weekly! If you have any questions or just want to get in touch, leave a comment below. You can also reach out to me via PM, Twitter, and my website. Thanks guys, and I'm curious to hear what all of you think!