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3. completed Remake Heaven - Remixes and Remakes [EVERY MONDAY]

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Final level of Spyro Ripto's Rage Remastered! Come and experience the buzzling robotic city life of Metropolis!

 

 

 

Watch Full Spyro Remastered Album:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBtEsgzA_0&list=PLOpXLub9QBmk7W1Lcj0WtD6QXMZsuneuN

 

Download For Free:

https://eluukkanen.bandcamp.com/track/metropolis-remastered]https://eluukkanen.bandcamp.com/track/metropolis-remastered

 

Listen in SoundCloud:

https://soundcloud.com/remake-heaven/spyro-metropolis

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Spyro The Dragon Town Square and Remade and Remastered!

 

Courtyard full of bulls… one of the first levels in Spyro the Dragon 1st video game. A fairly small level, as expressed on my mind in the music as well. While it has its own theme, it heavily also borrows from the spyro main theme. Not my personal favourite, but not bad one either.

 

►DOWNLOAD FOR FREE: https://eluukkanen.bandcamp.com/track/town-square-remastered

Listen in SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/remake-heaven/town-square

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Time to dive deep back to Aquaria Towers with a new remake!

 

 

It was the most memorable level from my childhood, Aquaria Towers. I remember distinct enemies and at the time the world felt huge. You could swim anywhere, and try to avoid those terrifying sharks. Spyro was in his element in water! This instrumental remix from Spyro OST took a lot of time to make, and I am not completely happy about it to be honest. Remastering Spyro The Dragon OST has been very harsh as Copeland had instruments very hard to mimic in modern style without altering the style too much. I did't just want to copy the instruments, so it became a bit different this time around.

 

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Ogremon’s theme remastered from Digimon World 1!

 

 

This song from Digimon world 1 soundtrack is a very small piece, but I did like it. It was very ogre-like theme. I put a lot of horns, drums and other instruments together to make it distinct from ps1 theme, yet, not too close to Digimon World next order. Theme song describes Ogremon as a character very effectively. It is comical, intimidating and full of horns all around. I wanted to add bit more grand feel to the this song from Digimon World OST by remastering and remaking it from ground-up by first listening the notes and then building this brief theme on the basis of that. Remastered fan made Digimon music!

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Spyro Desert Level Scorch Remastered and Remixed inspired by upcomign reignited trilogy!

 

 

Scorch in Spyro 2 Ripto's rage has left a mark, as it was a middle-east inspired level with unique NPC's and fund background music from the Spyro OST. Song is built on flute melody in the beginning, which turns into organ and bass movement later on.

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Music For Matoya's Cave in Final Fantasy 1, fully remastered!

 

 

Let's go back to 1987 when Squaresoft (later Square Enix) made Final Fantasy, and let me tell you that Nobuo Uematsu has made some very memorable melodies for many Final Fantasy entries, but music for Final Fantasy 1 soundtrack is truly classic as melodies stand up even after almost 40 years!

This cave theme from FF1 OST is very close to my heart as while its very short game song, it has very catchy tune ready to be implemented to violins, kalmimba, organic percussive instruments which make you feel to be inside a cave!

 

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Remastered Firework Factory Music to celebrate soon-to-be released Spyro Reignited Trilogy! :)!!

 

 

Firework Factory has always been an unique case when looking at the music in Spyro OST. At the same time its a Spyro song but at the same time it feels like middle of evolution towards Ratchet and Clank music. The level itself with Chinese influences (of course being from a game named as Year of the Dragon) makes it to stand out, but it also is very captivating for having even more action than a standard Stewart Copeland song. Ryan Beveridge's music style mixes well together with Copelands bass and organ lines. I always imagined music for an asian action flick where ninjas come all around towards Spyro and Sparx and they need to fight their way to the end, and that is why I wanted to give it even more action elements apart from the spyro 3 original soundtrack.

 

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