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I couldn't help but feel a little misty-eyed when arranging this...eh, must be the mist.
Was trying to think of something I wanted to do for one of Monday's timeslots, and Yearnings of the Wind got stuck in my head, so I went with that. Most of the work was done on the 4th, but the second half felt a little off regarding the bass so that ended up getting reworked just before rendering and uploading. It's a great song and I enjoyed arranging it, though I honestly prefer some of the songs that appear later in the game. Since I ended up using the stereo commands I've also added a mono version just in case you prefer that.
Music originally composed by Yasunori Mitsuda
Chrono Trigger (C) 1995-20XX Square-Enix
Left or Right?
Honestly, I was itching to do another PC-Engine cover, and Smile Game was the only song that came to mind since I couldn't think of another song I wanted to do for Monday. I decided to mess around with stereo effects this time, since I don't believe I've done that in Deflemask yet.
Original composer unknown, if you happen to know who composed for Tamagotchi GB let me know so I can update the description!
Tamagotchi (C) 1996-20XX Bandai Namco
Music recorded in VGMPlay
Thumbnail made using sprites ripped by Gooniez and Colton/Saltonara over on The Spriters Resource
Ah, some peace and quiet before tomorrow's Bug-Catching Contest...
Due to some real life stuff happening this weekend, I was almost going to skip this Monday. However, I didn't want to skip a week after rolling with a Monday timeslot for so long so I whipped something quick out last evening. It was a tossup between this and the stage theme from Twinbee, but I went with this because I was really not feeling up for Twinbee remixes (maybe next week?). I actually almost cut off the song way too early because I misjudged how long it actually was, but thankfully I was able to double check before uploading. This was pretty fun to work on, and I'm glad I decided to brush up on PC-Engine remixing, since I was getting a little rusty.
Music originally composed by Go Ichinose
Pokemon (C) 1996-20XX The Pokemon Company
Welcome to Ryme City!
Honestly, prior to launch I was cautiously optimistic about the Detective Pikachu movie. It looked better than the usual attempts at making a live action video game movie, but at the same time the video game movie curse exists for a reason (and the Sonic trailer is a fresh reminder why). My biggest concern going into it was that the music would either play it safe with lackluster remixes from the games or, worse off, be generic in of itself.
Then I saw the movie, and the music for Ryme City completely blew me away.
No, seriously, this one track sounds like it was taken right out of the Unova games and given an orchestral facelift, and given how much I adore the Unova duology, that's not something I say lightly. I should not be surprised, though; the composer for this was Henry Jackman, who had also worked on Wreck-It Ralph and produced quite a few great tracks there, on top of having actual video game composition experience (even if it's for Uncharted, of all things). Needless to say I *immediately* wanted to work on a GB cover of it. I was a little worried that only having three channels, one of which I had to also use for toms, would not be enough, but it wasn't too bad, actually! I think the best part about working with this is that I get to mess around with uncommon time signatures again (7/8 in this case).
Music originally composed by Henry Jackman
Pokemon (C) 1996-20XX Nintendo & The Pokemon Company
Pokemon Detective Pikachu is a movie by Warner Bros. & Legendary Entertainment
Date/Time Started: 5/13/19, 3:00PM (MST)
Date/Time Completed: 5/13/19, 5:22PM (MST)
Music recorded in BGB Gameboy Emulator
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