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SM64 - Dire Dire Docks (Beneth

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Super Mario 64 - Dire Dire Docks (Beneth the Water remix)

This remix was kinda hard to do, especially if I wanted to try to keep that relaxing and Sirene sound this track does. but this time, with a little "Umph"

Original by Nintendo
Remix by Me.

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dire dire docks is my fave track from super mario 64! thanx for doing a great remix!



Good

The reason why 99% of all remixes of these tracks work so well is because Koji was a genius when it came to chords and melodies.


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prey2009 responds:

inspiration has to start somewhere :P


A nice variation

I like what you have here, however it is a little repetitive. You did maintain the relaxing feeling with this song with your rather beautiful echoing piano. but as for the creativity added into it, you seem to only have added in 2 drum loop variations. Also, at the end, it cuts out very abruptly. This is a very awesome song to start with, so it is even more hard to add in your own variations. So if you want to, i would suggest playing with it a little more. Change up some instruments maybe. try adding an additional harmony here or there. you never know, you might branch off into something even more epic.

-DJPureSuffer
~PS: I also made a dire dire docks remix. check it out if you have the time to. http://www.newgrounds.com /audio/listen/281087 (remove the space)



Love It.

Keeps me calm. Nice done.
:D 10/10 5/5!!!!!
This is so Awesome and Relaxing :3


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prey2009
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Listens
3,196
Downloads
362
Votes
94
Score
4.46 / 5.00

Uploaded
Oct 17, 2009
6:14 AM EDT
Genre
Video Game
File Info
Song
7.1 MB
5 min 13 sec

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