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Guitar Vs. Piano [ver. XCEED] (Goukisan Remix)

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Apr 30, 2010 | 11:59 AM EDT
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6 MB
4 min 19 sec
4.38 / 5.00

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Once upon a time in October 14, 2004, Goukisan created the masterpiece known today as Guitar Vs. Piano. In the same year, he created a sequel, but it wasn't as popular as the original. That caused him to make Guitar Vs. Piano 1.2, his most well-known piece from the Guitar Vs. Piano series to date and any Newgrounds user would obviously be living in a cave if he or she hasn't heard the song.

And then, April 28, 2009, I got around to asking Goukisan for permission to remix the song, which he agreed to giving. A year after, I restarted the remix and finished it after 4 days of continuous work!

Hope I gave the original justice, and hope you enjoy!


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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


The piano was a major part to this, and they had it loud for a reason. The reason I'm only giving a 5/10 and a 3/5 is because of a lack of half the main song. The song in parts focuses on the piano as an essence of putting the song together, but by making the piano much quieter, and covering a lot of things with drums, it's seeming repetitive of drums and guitar. If you aren't going to have the piano be its normal self, I personally would recommend just cutting that part out because it's tiny in the background with loud drums in front.

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rtnario responds:

Well, some valid points made about how you interpret the original. I guess you would've appreciated my original concept, where I'd have both a full band and a complete orchestra playing this remix. However, that's nowhere near as common as a simple band with keyboards XD I'd rather have five guitars and one keyboard instead of five keyboards and one each his own o:

Thanks for the insightful review, though. Will seriously keep it in mind when I work on something like this again :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Great quality, great work! You did fantastic! :D 5/5, 10/10

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rtnario responds:

Thanks, glad you liked it!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

great drums

y'know what, you don't need permission to remix a song as long as you don't copy parts from the original and claim it as your own work.
good job btw

rtnario responds:

Technically correct when it comes to the license music is released under in the NG Audio Portal. However, asking permission is a sign of respect to the creator. ^^ Thanks!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Oh. My. God.

I didn't think I'd come to see a hardcore remix of Gokuisan's Guitar v. Piano... I stand corrected.. and blown away by the talent.

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rtnario responds:

Well, here it is! XD Thank you for the review.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I always loved the original but it was always way too simulated for my tastes so I never could quite enjoy it and appreciate as much as I do now. There must have been some tremendous effort put into making this. My only complaint really is that the piano is a bit on the quiet side, especially when it starts soloing. I know you might be trying to keep a balance and blend but it does seem like it could be turned up a bit, at least during the solo and then you could always turn it down a bit.

rtnario responds:

True. But it's really hard to keep the balance if there are like, five guitars already and just one piano XD The tremendous effort was all concentrated on the rhythm guitar and drums, actually. Naturally, I'd like the effort to be heard, but I guess I chose it over the volume of the piano. Oh well XD Thanks for the review!