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- 10.5 MB
- 4 min 35 sec
- 4.51 / 5.00
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NOTE - This is NOT fully my original work. Sure, some melodies and harmonies are my own work, but the main melodies are from these three Metroid tunes:
http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=XXS3XZwPaEk (Go to 2:16 and 2:51)
Tallon Overworld (Theme 2)
http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=V6Ky2BMVWfs (Go to 1:11)
http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=p6OTbdgt_Ms (Go to 1:46)
To start off, I'd like to thank a few people. Big thanks goes to Buoy for giving me feedback and more importantly playing the guitar for me. He made 24 different versions of the 2 melodies I asked him to play for me in just a day, and did a really good job on them too :P.
Thanks also to Zero Flare for introducing me to Metroid Music (along with the Metroid remix album which inspired this: Harmony of a Hunter), giving me TONNES of feedback and support while the track was in progress, making the CD icon compatible with NG's incredibly irritating restrictions and helping me think of a title. Lastly thanks to Echo and Decibel for giving me loads of criticism!
So, this is certainly one of my longer songs. I worked a lot on it, and even though it's a remix, that didn't make it any quicker/easier to finish, trust me! I had a lot of fun making this, and I'm pretty proud of it.
This uses East/West Symphonic Orchestra Silver for all the orchestral instruments, random free drum samples for the percussion (minus the gong, cymbal roll and orchestral snare which are all East/West), Virtual Guitarist for the subtle background guitar playing the simple rhythm, and Buoy's guitar for the lead guitar :D.
I hope you guys enjoy it. I worked a lot on it and feedback is always very much appreciated!