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M64 - Water Theme Orchesteral

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May 1, 2005 | 6:45 AM EDT
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1.7 MB
1 min 48 sec
4.39 / 5.00

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Woo and yay. Second remix i've done of this track. Go me. !!w-e-i-v-e-R



Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is my favorite Mario song.....Nice and soothing.....all credit goes to you! Nice work! ^-^

Khuskan responds:

nobody noticed the les-mis style introduction... my best bit :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


dude how do you make this crap? not that its crap. what program do you use and where can i get it?

Khuskan responds:

The awnsers to your questions in the order you asked them:

Sound forge 8.0
Reason 3.0
and a Evolution MK-461C.

2: A shop.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

indeed shocking

Again man you did a awsome job!! just like tal tal mountains is my favorite zelda song of all time... THIS is my favorite mario song of all time... and probably the best mario water theme on the Audio portal!! good job! Seriously! u deserve it!


"A fan of many"

Khuskan responds:

Ahh, so thats why my musics good, i remix everyones faviot tracks. CUNNING.

This personaly isnt one of my best, this is just a port of the old cubasis version into reason, not much work involved to be honest.


Rated 1 / 5 stars

Wow. What a change.

PLEASE! You have a big problem. All you did here was re instrumentise your MIDI. The notation is still worryingly off, so I am going to send you the Dire, Dire Pews MIDI and you are going to use it.

Khuskan responds:

the notation is fucking perfect :P listen to it again, tard.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


A fantastic rendition of a fantastic tune. 10 points to you, my friend.

Khuskan responds:

More will come, just need to find a new song that feels like being classicalized.