If you're like me, you may not be intimately familiar with Dahna Megami Tanjou. It's *okay*... not everyone is. To help address our shared shortcomings, jmabate (Jean Marc Abate) returns, teaming up with Audio Mocha (on a steamin', screamin' guitar solo) for a rock/metal take on the rather badass opening theme:
"Opening theme from Dahna: Megami Tanjō game on Sega Mega Drive in 1991.
While the submission email was about as minimalist as it gets, the mix has a performance video you should check out, and all I can say is DAMN - this is a fun, under-the-radar source which absolutely deserved the spotlight & which works beautifully in a high-energy, aggressive metal context; loving those machine-gun drum passages w/ half-tempo melody over top. I also appreciate the tempo ramp-up & general structural variety, which helps offset the reduced timbral palette. Judges were unanimous; prophetik music calmly offers his lowercase props:
"the intro does a nice job setting up the feel. i liked the switch between duple and triple meter, and the increasing tempo was well handled. the break at 1:12 is well-timed, and the main body of the piece that happens right after is great. i liked the solo section as well, as it didn't carry on too long and then immediately got back to the melodic content. the ending section at 2:55 was also fun and a good way to help the track wrap.
from a mastering perspective, this sounds fine. it's a bit bass-heavy and it's hard to hear the drums in some areas but overall it does a good job conveying what you're going for.
this is a solid track. nice work."
Calm down, Brad! ;) This goes a couple steps beyond "solid" for me, elevated by the tempo/meter playfulness and the bitchin' guitar solo from Daniel. Excellent stuff - thanks to both artists for exposing me to a Mega Drive gem I was unfamiliar with, and doing it with plenty of style & shred!
Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Metal, Rock
- Aggressive, Energetic
- Electric Guitar
- Arrangement > Extended Soloing
Effects > Distortion
Origin > Collaboration
Production > Live Instruments
Time > Tempo: Variable
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