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Noisy Pillars (Stage-3 Mix)

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Uploaded
Jun 18, 2008 | 3:09 AM EDT
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Song
6.2 MB
3 min 52 sec
Score
4.35 / 5.00

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Rated 4.35 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Dance
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Author Comments

Maybe someone remembers the old C64 game tunes.... ever wondered how they would sound with actual instruments & more than just 3 voice/sound-channels ? ;)

The one you´re listening to right now, is a remix of a very great C64 game tune by Jeroen Tel !
I hope you like this "unzy"-track ;) because a lot of work was putting into it... i recomposed every note as it was in the original track...then i made a whole new arrangement...and finally mixed and mastered it.

Critics and comments are always welcome...

Message to the site-owners: I really hope that remixes do count as own original worx...otherwise forget that submission and delete it !

Reviews


molemianmolemian

Rated 5 / 5 stars

now this makes me happy.....

it really does make me happy.....
it is a nice remix, keep it up.....


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Ic3m4n responds:

then i am happy too !
i will do my best :)


alternativesolutionalternativesolution

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty good.

I think you're allowed remixes..I'm not sure. According to the site, you have to upload only original work, but thousands of submissions go on the top five as covers and remixes.
The song, however is good. I don't think it needs much work, but I'm tired and I might miss something. It has a good variety of sounds, though it's repetitive.
-Vesta J


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Ic3m4n responds:

Thank you for your comment, Vesta J !

I agree with the repetitivity...that´s a problem most of the SID-remixes have to deal with, because the C64 tunes are not very long...and very often programmed to loop. I tried to give the bass and the lead some variation to "hide" this fact ;)