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  1. Remake Heaven Hello people of ocremix, In this particular Topic I'm going to be posting music that's what this forum is all about: remake/remixes/variations from old nostalgic game music! I started some while ago and to my surprise, people enjoyed the content, so I kept doing it more regularly and now at my Youtube channel I publish a whole new remake Every Monday! This is the updated playlist Take a look and listen! If you happen to like the remake, share, like, comment or even subscribe to my channel to hear more! I'll be posting all new videos here to this topic
  2. Some time ago I wanted to propose a short Xenogear short film based on its own time after the events of Xenogear. I had to deal with other things and decided to launch the Cinematic version of the Faraway Promise melody that corresponds to the animation. Soon I will release said short film. Enjoy.
  3. Hi y'all. I made a visualizer type video I intend to use for uploading my remixes to YT. I already know one flaw, but see if you can catch it. Or if you catch something I haven't. Come critique it to bits, help me make it better! -- Most recent test:
  4. Hey, guys. I just want to know if streaming platforms like Youtube do a further compression on your uploaded sountrack content if you have already exported your video from your video cutting program with the best settings Youtube allows. The problem is >>> with my built-in video cutting program Movie Maker from Microsoft (in which I load my uncompressed WAVE audio file from my music project) I can only export videos (I use WMV format for videos) with a maximum audio bitrate of 192 kbit/s. Seems to be no problem because Youtube obviously allows only max. 192 kbit/s for the audio stuff in the video. Or is it still a disadvantage for the sound quality and does Youtube make a further compression on the uploaded 192 kbit/s stuff which would justify buying a more professional video editing software where you can export videos with uncompressed WAVE audio quality before you upload your soundtrack/video content?
  5. I made this song about 2 months ago and would like to know what you guys think. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=kftWeD2uZ4w
  6. Are there any OCR folks out there that mess around on YouTube? I would like to network with more experienced people and learn some better video editing techniques. I do other things on YT, but I'm mainly interested in learning how to make quality game play videos. I have a bunch that are in my queue, and this is my way of motivating myself to get them knocked out. I tend to buy a lot of them when there's a Steam sale going on, and I don't actually get around to playing them. I'm trying to be the next Dashie....No, not really, I'm not that funny, but I do want to get better at it and more comfortable on camera for a future project of mine. I was looking around the webz for a community dedicated to this topic, but all I could find were as bunch of Sub 4 Sub threads. That doesn't really seem genuine to me. I'm looking for pointers and critiques to get better at using my Vegas software and people that subscribe because they want to, not because they expect me to subscribe back. With that in mind, I want to get better and more entertaining. Anyway, please drop a link to your channel and tell us what it's all about.
  7. I made a new song for a series I've been working on; tell me what you think!
  8. Hey guys, I'm just curious if it's ok to monetize remixes of video game music on YouTube. I've done some research and even youtube / google's own policy pretty much says if the original work was made or composed by someone else, then no, you can't. It seems to be a bit of a grey area though. Take smooth mcgroove for example. He puts out great sounding material and they're definitely quality videos, but it's not even a remix. It's a straight cover / remake only he's just using his voice as the main instrument. On all of his videos there are ads. I'm asking because I've only just monetized my tutorials on YouTube but I'm wondering what would happen if I were to monetize the few remixes I've done as well. In a worse case scenario what would happen? If someone flags one video would they end up sharing revenue, taking all the revenue and / or stopping it from receiving further revenue, or would it end up counting as a strike against the channel? I'm new to this whole monetizing thing but everyone seems to be doing it now. I mean if OCR has monetized their videos of other artists work, it's no different than me monetizing my own remixes on my own channel right? I'm just scared to monetize without actually knowing Anyway, thanks for any input guys I appreciate it. Cheers, Syllix
  9. Hi there! I joined the Terranigma OST project a while ago and now am getting into the thick of it, so I decided to make a video series doing this, starting from the most valuable stage, notation. In this video I utilize StaffPad, which has been extremely help. I'll be using StaffPad until all the main notes are jotted down, and then move on to sequencing. Let me know what you think!
  10. This thread is for posting and discussing VGM remixes and arrangements that aren't published by or found on OC ReMix. Basically if you find a cool remix on YouTube or something and feel like sharing it with folks in the community, this is the place to post it. A couple of ground rules before we get started: Video game music remixes and arrangements only. Add some comments about why you like the music you're posting. Don't post music without discussing the music other people post. We want to foster discussion here, not create a sterile feed of content. Don't post your own music in this thread; rules about artists posting their own music in Community still apply. Current and TBP ReMixers are allowed to create new threads for their own albums. Current and TPB ReMixers should post any singles in the Workshop. Non-posted artists should only post their albums and singles in the Workshop. Don't post links to unlicensed remixes that are being sold for profit. Hopefully this solves the issue of "I found a cool remix on YouTube and want to share it but it's not mine so it doesn't really make sense to post it in the Workshop but if I post it in Community it would look like I'm advertising and DarkeSword gets pissed about that stuff what is that guy's problem anyway he's such a jerk sometimes..." Anyway, get crackin' people. Show us some cool tunes.
  11. I'm a tad confused on the subject. It's probably been asked a million times but i typed "monetising" into the forum search a nothing came up. Google searching has turned up a firm "NO" on monetising remixes, but these appear to be for mashup style mixes that use original audio. It even mentions "original audio" in the YouTube policies. But what about OC style mixes? If i create a track based upon an existing track but use none of the original audio and i alter the melodies, structure, key etc? The OCR FAQ's state: "Basically, as long as you do NOT make any profit directly from its usage AND you credit both the artists and http://ocremix.org for each track used, the answer is YES, you have our blanket permission to freely use OC ReMixes. In those specific circumstances, that also means you do not need to contact us to formally ask. However, if OC ReMixes themselves are monetized, being sold in any context, or you're generating revenue from ads while hosting OC ReMixes, the answer is NO. In those instances, we recommend getting individual permission from each artist." From what i can tell this is referring to the remixer as the artist, yes? So as long as you get permission from the remixer then you can monetise the video the track is used in? Where does the original composer come into this? I'd love to be able to monetise my original mixes, but i'm feeling like this is sounding to good to be true...
  12. Hello i am recruiting a team for a YouTube channel to make or remix music, please contact therealfreedomsound@gmail.com Basically my channel is any remix what would bring in an audience and what is original so there are no copyrights laws so i am able to pay the remixer, also original songs what bring in audience and the money made from it i would send it to you for being apart of the team, i am admin so i make the video and manage the Channel and im not intrested in thew money just the enjoyment of making the videos. Basically the money i earn i will pay the maker or that video
  13. Since I finally removed all Adobe Flash from my computers over security concerns, I've been unable to use the streaming previews via the embedded YouTube box. Going directly to YouTube works just fine since I can use their HTML5 viewer. Embedding YouTube via a Flash <object> like OC ReMix does has been deprecated for over a year now. Could we get this upgraded to use the preferred <iframe> embedding which supports HTML5 viewing while falling back to Flash? Thanks!
  14. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-2J1PjMY5F3oWURd0gv-mg I've made a new Gamertag (Zer00-1nfinity) and play USFIV on PS3. I upload a lot of replays from online onto my channel (most of which is Ryu [Me] vs. Evil Ryu/Ken/Dan), so if you want to grade how bad I am at the game, feel free. I usually upload a new replay a couple days a week, since I play it every time I turn on the PS3. If you would like to fight against me (and probably beat me), feel free to add my Gamertag, or vice-versa. Also if you're a good Ryu, Ken, Guile, (Balrog, Rolento, Vega) or Yun player, let me know because I would love to learn some new combos and stuff like that with these guys.
  15. Introducing My ALL TIME Favorite YouTuber! Nobody knows about this guy, but I can't get enough of him. His name is Justin M. Bailey. He just talks about his favorite games and why they're so great. Sounds boring? Sounds like everybody else? No no no. By comparison this guy is the ONLY person who actually has something interesting to say about games. He compares games to books that he has read and there are a lot of mind-blowing connections and powerful messages. Just Gimme da Link! Here ya go: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmK-lo9feKEyU6B2A-rZwd2nOr1G12Ay0 More About Justin M. Bailey His series is completely over already. He's not trying to become a professional YouTuber or anything like that. He's a novelist. His entire series is called JMB on Video Games and contained within that series is another smaller series called JMB on RPGs where he compares FFVII, Chrono Trigger, and Earthbound to real life and makes an argument that RPGs can teach you how to actually get what you want out of life. I love it. I recommend the entire series, but for starters check that link above and just choose the video about the game you like most and see if you like it. I hope you do, and I hope you all share it and the guy's videos go from 600 views to 1,000,000 views. Just so you know, I do not know him personally and he did not ask me to write this.
  16. Hello, I have made a cover of the Hyrule market theme from The legend of Zelda, ocarina of time! I hope you'll enjoy it! -Mr.Alek
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