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Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Remastering Project - Released!


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Hey guys! Hope everyone is having a great holiday season at OCR!

I just thought I would share something I have been working on for a while for my Youtube subscribers, and just recently finally finished. About a year ago I decided to take on the task of remastering (that is, importing MIDIs, replacing instruments, and mixing and mastering myself) every song for one of my favorite soundtracks, Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red/Blue Rescue Team. Anyone who knows me here on OCR should know that, haha...plus I thought it would be good mixing practice.

And finally after about a year, with plenty of life's impediments along the way, I've completed the project to a point where I"m satisfied with it! And since this is a community dedicated to the appreciation of video game music...well, I thought I'd post it here for anyone who might be interested. Even if you haven't played the game or listened to the music, I'm hoping you'll be able to enjoy it--such was my intention!

To copy/paste the description from my

Download the PMDRMP! https://www.mediafire.com/?6hzfz89blbfn689

My purpose for the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Remastering Project was to remaster every song from the first Pokemon Mystery Dungeon game, Red/Blue Rescue Team. In my opinion, the soundtrack, composed by Arata Iiyoshi and Atsuhiro Ishizuna, is one of the most beautiful collections of music to be found, and my goal was to bring each track to life through remastering, and in some cases re-orchestration. I hope that by taking on this task, this music can be enjoyed by more people and with more enthusiasm than ever. I believe that such powerful music should not be limited to the confines of a video game.

And finally, as of today, the project is totally complete, and ready to be downloaded!

Click here to download the .zip!

So there you have it...every track is there, with the exception of fanfares, SFX, and atmospheric/nontonal tracks.

Hope you enjoy it! And have a happy New Year! :)

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