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OCR03462 - *YES* Super Mario 64 "The Slumber of the Beast" *PROJECT*

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ReMixer name: DaMonz
Real name: Emery Monzerol
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Name of the games arranged: Super Mario 64
Name of the arrangement: The Slumber of the Beast
Name of the individual songs arranged: Piranha Plant's Lullaby
Links to originals: https://youtu.be/Qs65jP8GI0o

This is my offering to Princess Pretzel! :) Trying something different, once again. Looking forward to reading your comments!

 

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First shameless self-panel, congrats on that milestone!

NO (first shameless-self-panel NO, congrats on that too)

Ok, for realz.  Whoa, what you did to that melody!  I'm insanely loving the personalization here, this is an easy-peasy-breezy 6/8 stroll through a lovely field of mushrooms.  The track is produced really nicely, great bouncy timbres.  My only gripe is I think you could push your master limiter just a bit more as it's coming in at -12db RMS, that's some pretty safe mastering, but that's such a nitpick and this is fine.

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This is so refreshing! Truly a perfect fit for the Esther's Dreams album. Your melodic treatment of Piranha Plant's Lullaby is very interpretive, but it helps that the immediately-recognizable chord progression is consistently present, and your melodies are free to dance around it along with the bubbly backing rhythm. Adorable mix title, too :3 

I've tried my hand at this source so many times to little avail, but you make this sound so effortless!

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Just co-signing this, fruity arrangement with tons of personality.  Loved the syncopated beat, and the off-the-wall melody variations, which didn't feel too out of place in this sweet little piece.  Not much else to say that the other judges haven't mentioned.  This is perfectly themed for the album.  

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Had it. Loved it. Nice rhythmic changes, and like Emu mentioned, keeping the chord progression from the original was mission critical to keeping the piece grounded in the source as you ventured off into liberal territory with the melody.

Purty. Let's go.

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