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OCR01817 - Tales of Phantasia "Just Go"

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two of the best in their field doing what they do best :)

love the synthesis of the rock and orchestra - the vibe of the track lends well to the blending of the two

killer tone fishy ...just love it

def one of my fav tracks from the projects - great work you two

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Ah i've been waiting for this remix to be posted :P

One of my favs on the project, its got a bit of everything - a bit of techno, rock, orchestral... and it sounds bloody awesome :P

Fishy's guitar tone is absolutely KILLER, and nuts drums are groovy as hell.

Very nice work guys :nicework:

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One of my favorites from the SoS project, I'd consider this one of Justin's transition pieces, when he first emerged from his remixing cocoon. This is probably the mix that first started him onto a really cool sound, and it works really well. Drums get a little samey after awhile, though there are some excellent sections mixed in with the standard ones.

Cain has some awesome lead tone on this and really kicks it up, but no rhythm guitar makes the lead sound a little floating. We can blame Justin for that oversight.

Overall a great collab, and one that even got Fishy out of hibernation! WIN-WIN, IMO. :-D

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I loved this mix on the album, and I'm pleased to see it make it to the site. Overall it's just a great, high-intensity mix that's perfect for drawing battle scenes and that sort of lovely thing.

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A very pleasant listen! Nice samples and production. Good job!

The guitar sound is great too. And the beat is rocking.

Keep 'em coming!

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The section from 0:33 to where the guitar first comes in sounds awesome. Also, speaking of guitar, I think this mix has a very good balance of guitar to other instrumentation. That is, you know when the guitar comes in, but it is not so overpowering that you lose the effect of what is going on the background.

Great work!

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Fantastic job by both mixers. I definately can't see this one with just a synth lead, so Fishy really makes this stand out. Justin really knows how to get good sounds out of orchestral stuff, and it really worked quite well here. One of my favorites from the album.

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Wow!! No not that one the interjection! Intro really grabbed me n pulled me in. Great layering of the lead. My favorite part's that build up starting at 2:26!!

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Great combination of rock and orchestra. Synths used well and without detracting from the grand mood the mix has. By the time I reach the end, I'm thinking it went by so fast. It's not really short, but it feels that way. Didn't overstay its welcome, at least. :D

I keep confusing this with Go the Distance, tho. Must be the name.

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Cool fusion sounds happening here. Definitely leaning more toward rock, but there's nothing wrong with that when it's rock done well. Orchestral accompaniment is pretty snazzy and even spread, and the little sonar beats were a small, but brilliant touch.

I like it when a blend of mixing styles is actually justified, and the bigger, brassy orchestral sounds really do compliment the more straightfoward guitar and drum rock. I don't know if I'd be too hot on each element on their own, but as a combo, I love it.

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