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Hello all I am new here

Post by CharlieA » 04/10/2012 - 21:18

Hello all, I am new to the remix64 group and wanted to say Hi!!!!! I also wanted to share my amiga remix track which is still in progress. I have only composed the intro but will add many more songs from the Amiga and if you have any ideas what I could add please do type away.

http://soundcloud.com/charliearmour/amiga-days

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Post by Commie_User » 04/10/2012 - 21:57

Welcome. You'll find us all friendly and helpful. With a complaints department manned by the happiest ravenous pitbull you ever met, so we'll all get on splendidly 'round here.


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Good bit of music. What comes to me as I hear.....?

It sounds like the start of something. Something American. Something American on television. Suburban American kids playing 'out front' on the grass by the sidewalk on a nice sunny day, the sun poking through the branches of the trees lining the road.

I like this, it's like a seance. What else have you got? And which software did you use to render any MIDI?

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Post by CharlieA » 04/10/2012 - 22:14

Hey glad you like it, yes I wanted a calm intro to get people relaxed before I make it more dramatic. I use Cubase v5, a piano, Absynth 4 and 5. I will be adding orchestral parts to it so Orchestral Gold will be used and the newer version.

http://www.soundcloud.com/charliearmour
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Post by Analog-X64 » 04/10/2012 - 22:17

Great track.. following :)
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Post by CharlieA » 04/10/2012 - 22:26

Thank you very much 'Analog-X64' I'll have a listen to your music :)

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Post by Commie_User » 04/10/2012 - 22:52

Which kind of dramatic? TV dramatic, movie dramatic, 'artsy' dramatic or just plain old heads-down-no-nonsense-mindless-boogie dramatic?

If you're asking for suggestions, I'd plump for the latter.

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Post by CharlieA » 04/10/2012 - 22:56

Movie dramatic, I love film scores and wanted to add a film score feel to the remix. Orchestral instruments:Brass,Flutes,Drums for example. Ideas are welcome

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Post by Commie_User » 04/10/2012 - 23:22

You may want to check out Cinematic Strings or Action Drums for Kontakt.



That is, if you haven't already.



I wouldn't know about artistic suggestions so much. I'm only really in touch with my own ideas. I have similar ideas on piano lead-ins and this Amiga-composed demo is more my style.


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