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17 May 2013 at 21:00:40 MDT
Things left to do:
Get your critique in while you can!
on 17 May 2013 at 22:22:20 MDT
I listened to the original and I think that yours is better but it also has a very different attitude from the original. Yours is more aggressive, fast-paced. I'm not good at critiquing music but I do like how you moved and reworked that first intro from the original, it sounds better in your remix. One thing negative, I don't like when remixes remove the vocals from the original. It's removing an integral part of the music and it's about the only shortcoming I can think of for your remix.
I'm sorry I can't offer anything more constructive, but I like it alot. :)
on 17 May 2013 at 22:42:21 MDT
Thank you, that's quite a compliment! I really appreciate any kind of feedback so there's no need to feel like it has to be very technical.
I agree with you that much of the meaning is lost without the vocals. It's a casualty of the style I was going for; This was meant to sound like a cyber-fortress level (or possibly credits music) for a Genesis-era Sonic the Hedgehog game, mixed with Trent Reznor's distinctive mixing tropes. I actually tried including some vocals at one point but they sounded really out of place next to all the faux-vintage FM.
on 17 May 2013 at 22:52:42 MDT
I got the cyber and BGM vibes from the piece. I'm not so sure about credits music, but then I've never played the old sonic games. When listening to it I imagine the scene from Yukikaze when they're moving the Super Sylph out of parking up to the runway.
on 28 February 2014 at 15:08:29 MST
Pretty awesome! :D
on 28 February 2014 at 22:03:27 MST
Oh, thanks! I was actually kind of embarrassed by how bad I thought this thing turned out.
on 1 March 2014 at 16:09:07 MST
I still like it. The samples might not be the sharpest. but it's still organized nicely. :)