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Welp... only a few more days or so until release.   I hope everyone is happy with this small album. Not as cool as that giant Castlevania one, I suppose, but still a fun little album.   A nice mix

*WIP*WIP*WIP*   Very Messy Progress shot

Hey Damned, do I speak to you specifically about the album cover or is it a group input thing? I don't want to flood the thread with WIP's if it's unnecessary. Unless the community doesn't mind that k

One question, can we have more than 1 remix of the same song/series???  My 2 ideas were Melee's Menu Theme and Smile and Tears from Earthbound.

 

I prefer to keep the project somewhat small due to the time constraints, as well as present an even coverage of all the games. One per series, please.

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What's the ideal deadline for this? 3rd quarter, 4th quarter? I'd love to make something from Wario Ware but if you're looking at like a month or less I can't. If you're looking at longer, put me down for a claim from Wario Ware - I'll pick a specific source later.

 

EDIT: you know, it really helps when you read page two of a thread. I see someone already asked to take WarioWare, so I guess I'm out.

 

I'd be happy to collab with someone though, if they want :D

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You know, it really helps when you read page two of a thread. I see someone already asked to take WarioWare, so I guess I'm out.

 

I'd be happy to collab with someone though, if they want :D

 

Sent you a PM.

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If support is still necessary, I would like to offer help. I have absolutely no experience in remix making, but I do have an ear for music so that could be useful. Dunno bout that one though. I'll be honest, I just want to see how remix albums like this are built firsthand, as I feel the experience could be worth something. What, I don't actually know, but whatever.

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I mean, I may not be well known, but to be well known I gotta start somewhere. This seems like as good a place to start, at least for me.

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I ain't got no problem with that. If you feel that a peer critique will help get a better remix sooner, than so be it.

 

If support is still necessary, I would like to offer help. I have absolutely no experience in remix making, but I do have an ear for music so that could be useful. Dunno bout that one though. I'll be honest, I just want to see how remix albums like this are built firsthand, as I feel the experience could be worth something. What, I don't actually know, but whatever.

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I mean, I may not be well known, but to be well known I gotta start somewhere. This seems like as good a place to start, at least for me.

 ACCEPTED.

 

It would be a good learning experience and you can take the blame when I forget to show up for three days ina row. :<

 

Mostly, it will just be taking over if I can't respond right away, and helping out with reviewing the quality of the remixes. I also like having someone that will be willing to disagree with any stupid decisions I make.

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I ain't got no problem with that. If you feel that a peer critique will help get a better remix sooner, than so be it.

 

 ACCEPTED.

 

It would be a good learning experience and you can take the blame when I forget to show up for three days ina row. :<

 

Mostly, it will just be taking over if I can't respond right away, and helping out with reviewing the quality of the remixes. I also like having someone that will be willing to disagree with any stupid decisions I make.

Sounds good to me! By the way, what should we call this album? I created a name, and I wanted to pitch it. "Thanks for the smiles." Fits Iwata real well, at least in my opinion.

EDIT: If you need better contact with me that's reliable, tell me in a PM and I'll give you my Skype so we can do this more efficiently. Plus, it will make a hard to mistake noise.

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