Ducktales - The Moon (Remix)

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Here's my remix of one of the most catchiest tunes ever!
It's a short remake in a sweet Sonic the hedgehog genesis style =D
I tried to make it sound as sonic as possible. Took alot of time ripping
sounds and extract synthesis data from the sonic games.
Made with a MadTracker because my parent's pc
can't handle heavier music programs.
I used an unregistered version of MadTracker which
didn't let me export better quality than 22050 =/


Ive never played Ducktales, nor heard the origanal song, but this is quite catchy on its own. :D I can and WILL play DuckTales later. :D

*ponders* interesting technique!

So you used programs to analyze the intruments that the sonic games used? how high-tech :O
If i were to make an 8 bit remix id recreate the instruments by getting a synth and tweeking it till it sounded the same as the original. repeat for all the instruments i need. I might even get multiple synths and overlap them just to get the right "instrument"... I must look into this MadTracker!

wait, wut?

Atatyrk35, your comment makes no sense. First, this game was an NES game. Second, this is a Genesis rendition of it.

Very well done rendition, btw. It sounds very sonic-like, just as intended. The synths are pretty spot on :)

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You, sir, have made a scientific miracle!

So catchy, hard to resist moving along to the beat!! def 5/5, aha.

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4.46 / 5.00

Jan 28, 2011
6:04 PM EST
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2.4 MB
1 min 44 sec

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