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F-777 - Ludicrous Speed | SuperKidVN Remix

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This is my remix of the song Ludicrous Speed by JesseValentine, commonly known as F-777. This is also my first upload on Newgrounds (apparently) and tbh, i don't expect this to be good. I really did but i still have much to learn, so if you have feedback, throw at my face, okay? :D
Also my friend told me to upload it here :D

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Well, hot dang. This is one hell of a remix of a classic piece.

Pros: The build up to the lead was fucking amazing. You really nailed this. The addition of a snare was easily my favorite part. You did an absolutely fantastic job with the mixing on this, so I'll say you did fucking amazingly.

Cons: The drums were a little loud over the top of the instruments. Now, while this isn't a bad thing per say, it is also over the lead, which makes it sound like just background. The side chaining in this, while not bad, seemed a little intense, for lack of a better term.

With all the cons aside, this is absolutely fucking awesome. You nailed the sound, and I think this could be one of the best remixes on NewGrounds. Very well done, 5/5

~Xy



Even nostalgia of the original version cant change my opinion that this is better!


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SuperKidVN responds:

Aww, thanks. :>


It's so nice to see good remixes of classic tracks which have very few remixes!


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SuperKidVN responds:

Thanks man, but i really messed up the mastering in this track. :)


Wow! I really enjoyed this song! 4.2/5


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Jan 14, 2017
9:24 PM EST
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1.9 MB
2 min 2 sec
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