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PRC88: Two Fat Zone Pharaohs (Lunar) [Results]


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The remixing stage is over. And now, let's move on to the voting. What you do is you send me a PM and rank all the entries from first to eighth. Contenders don't need to place their own songs as they automatically get a first place vote. The vote for the winner of PRC87 (Sir Nuts) is doubled. You have until Tuesday, February 27th at 4:59AM EST to make your vote. The winner gets to choose the source material for PRC89!

ZIP Archive

Andy Jayne - 6581: A Sid Odyssey

Chavous - Far Too Lazy

Chickenwarlord - Garnet Eclipse

OneUp - Lunarstorm

Pocketman - Lunar Mission

Rexy - El Camino a Mañana

TheoConfidor - Overwhelmed With Beauty

Villainelle - Hold On To Now

The People's Remix Competition 88

PRCv4-10

Hello everyone and welcome to the People's Remix Competition! PRC87's Spyro related competition had one of the most heated votes I've seen in weeks, yet through all the odds, Sir Nuts came through as the winner via turning to the funk genre for creating his entry.

So once again, we have a source tune from the king of palm trees, decided from what seemed like an entire Wednesday night of browsing through various source materials. We're still with disc systems, but this time we're going further back with what can arguably be seen as one of the best games on the Sega CD. That's unless you think RPGs are for geeks... >.>

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Frankly, most of what I remember of Lunar:EB was the awesome art and movies that the game had, and some spots in the story, because I played the game a long time ago and rushed through it cuz it was a borrowed sega-cd.. oh well. This song is the overworld theme, and it was very hard deciding between this and something else I had in mind. Anyways I bet fans of good RPGs (and good music) will enjoy this choice.

Lunar: Eternal Blue - Field of Reaching for Tomorrow

MIDI | MP3

It's experiencing music like what I saw through there that actually makes me want to check out what else the Sega CD is capable of. That's on my list of "stuff to do before ghost-discing my computer". But yeah, I'll ramble about that later.

GOOD LUCK!

Fine Print:

PRC instructions

  1. If you happen to be mixing this song already, start over in the interests of fairness.
  2. There is no limit on entry format or file size, but length for length's sake and MIDI rips are not allowed.
  3. Entries must be posted in this thread by NEXT SATURDAY, February 24th at 4:59am Eastern US Time. Alternatively, you can also email your submissions over to submission@doulifee.com, though it would also help if you put forward a reminder in the thread.
  4. You may enter as many mixes as you like and work with as many people as you like on each mix.
  5. Do not make qualitative comments on an entry until the results of the vote have been posted.
  6. The winner of the previous contest may not enter an eligible mix, but his/her vote will count double.
  7. Mixers cannot vote for themselves but if they vote they receive a free first place vote added onto their score.

Doulifée's PRC Archives! If you need help with hosting your mix, contact myself or Doulifée, and we'll help you out.

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I've been very busy this week but I did finish my mix when I said I did. Just going to take a look tonight (GMT) and try and improve the production as much as possible. If I don't get it to a satisfactory level I'll still enter but it won't be the final version as I intend on getting the production as good as possible and then submitting it to OCR.

Also, when's the deadline in GMT?

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In GMT, your time is 10AM on Saturday morning. I hope this is of some clarification.

Also, Bladiator's PRC81 entry just passed the judges panel and is now facing the long and tedious waiting process before it becomes available on the site. Attaboy Karl, you know we love you :D

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