AmigaEchoing [FAST-FORWARD-REMIX2007]

Arranged by: XxDUSTYxX (act)   Veteran
Member: XxDUSTYxX (member)
Original composer: Banana
Release date: 13/09/2007
All-Time rank: 616.
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My 2nd Echoing remix.

I re-edited the whole drums and added some new instrumens and effects.

Hope you like it - just easy-listening. ;)




Amiga Cracktro - World of Wonders - Echoing

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2 firefox shouts: Not a good remix at all. The original is much better. This has no feeling at all. Badly mixed and no balance in the soundpicture.
3 Makke shouts: Messy arrangement, and some sounds used are not of a very high quality. I like the 80s sound though, that's spot on, but the mixing lacks.
4 Boz shouts: OK... Interesting. I liked the original tune, but it was a little boring after a while. This version has increased the tempo and made it nice 'n 80s. Yeah, pretty darned good actually :)
3 floaf shouts: I does work. Personally I like the feeling of the original more but I can see why other would like this remix.
3 Ziphoid shouts: Starts off quite interesting, but then it becomes a sort of a blur. Very 80:ish, but a bit too much everywhere that doesn't really fit at all points. Some good ideas, though.
5 AmiStyler79 shouts: I am familiar with the original tune, and this is a lovely piece of music.
4 Dr Future shouts: I love the original tune so much that I like EVERY remix. Some nice tricks, but leaves some of the original mood behind...
4 prowler shouts: Not bad at all, good idea with the up-tempo! Just a bit flat in the sound and lacks some more inspiration...
5 cyphax shouts: In short: very nice. I liked Dusty's first remix, but I like this one better. Easy listening indeed, thumbs up :)
3 stainless_steel shouts: Doesnt quite do the original justice.
6 majowi shouts: !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
5 Duncan Demerodt shouts: Well done! Sounds very cool.^^

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