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  1. You really have to listen to this. Today, Josef Kenny released his own take on The Beatles' song "Eleanor Rigby." This new version combined the classic track with the battle music from Pokémon and.... Honestly, it works so well that it's kind of astonishing. Josef Kenny works as an independent musician focusing on mixing, production, and remixing. Gaming and music are clearly near and dear to his heart with gaming related and inspired music posted to his Soundcloud as far back as five years ago. It's a pretty fantastic remix. View full article
  2. You really have to listen to this. Today, Josef Kenny released his own take on The Beatles' song "Eleanor Rigby." This new version combined the classic track with the battle music from Pokémon and.... Honestly, it works so well that it's kind of astonishing. Josef Kenny works as an independent musician focusing on mixing, production, and remixing. Gaming and music are clearly near and dear to his heart with gaming related and inspired music posted to his Soundcloud as far back as five years ago. It's a pretty fantastic remix.
  3. After a bit of a tease earlier last week, the video game music remixing hub OverClocked ReMix has released its 61st album based on the soundtrack of Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. The 1996 collaboration between Nintendo and Square resulted in one of the most unique RPGs in the Super Nintendo's extensive catalog of games. The music was composed by the famed Yoko Shimomura (with inspiration from Nobuo Uematsu and Koji Kondo), whose work many might recognize from the Kingdom Hearts series, the Mana series, Final Fantasy XV, and Xenoblade Chronicles. The OC ReMix community has been bonding over a love of video game music since 1999. In that spirit, they have come together as part of their longstanding tradition of community collaboration to create their string of arrangement albums. Super Mario RPG: Window to the Stars follows in the footsteps of the 60 albums that came before; the 34 tracks by 29 artists interpreting the works of Yoko Shimomura are all available for free! Almost thirty musicians and remixers came together to create the soundscape of the three disc album covering music. All of those people poured their passion and talent for video game music and the somewhat forgotten RPG into the project. Their efforts were corralled and directed by the duo of DaMonz (Emery Monzerol) and Theory of N (Dusting Lagaly). Super Mario RPG: Window to the Stars took four years to put together, so why not download it for free and take a listen? I promise you won't be disappointed. View full article
  4. After a bit of a tease earlier last week, the video game music remixing hub OverClocked ReMix has released its 61st album based on the soundtrack of Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. The 1996 collaboration between Nintendo and Square resulted in one of the most unique RPGs in the Super Nintendo's extensive catalog of games. The music was composed by the famed Yoko Shimomura (with inspiration from Nobuo Uematsu and Koji Kondo), whose work many might recognize from the Kingdom Hearts series, the Mana series, Final Fantasy XV, and Xenoblade Chronicles. The OC ReMix community has been bonding over a love of video game music since 1999. In that spirit, they have come together as part of their longstanding tradition of community collaboration to create their string of arrangement albums. Super Mario RPG: Window to the Stars follows in the footsteps of the 60 albums that came before; the 34 tracks by 29 artists interpreting the works of Yoko Shimomura are all available for free! Almost thirty musicians and remixers came together to create the soundscape of the three disc album covering music. All of those people poured their passion and talent for video game music and the somewhat forgotten RPG into the project. Their efforts were corralled and directed by the duo of DaMonz (Emery Monzerol) and Theory of N (Dusting Lagaly). Super Mario RPG: Window to the Stars took four years to put together, so why not download it for free and take a listen? I promise you won't be disappointed.
  5. The soundtrack to Vlambeer's retro arcade shooter is on sale and it's something like the Swiss Army knife of soundtracks. I was a bit confused when I read that the Luftrausers soundtrack was available because, for those who don't know, the soundtrack of Luftrausers is made up of numerous tracks that change their combination based on what gear is equipped to your rauser. That means that there are over 100 combinations for different songs that could be included in this bundle. My confusion has dissipated after discovering more about the final product. The Luftrauser's soundtrack holds five original songs and four specific songs used in the game. People who purchase the nine track album will also receive all the individual tracks separated, allowing more musically inclined gamers to remix and play around with them to their heart's content. Note: Kozilek, Luftrauser's composer, says that to remix the tracks "just remove the '.sav' part from the filename." You can download the soundtrack from Kozilek's bandcamp page. What do you think of the Luftrausers game or soundtrack? Do compelling game soundtracks or singles significantly influence your opinion of a game? View full article
  6. The soundtrack to Vlambeer's retro arcade shooter is on sale and it's something like the Swiss Army knife of soundtracks. I was a bit confused when I read that the Luftrausers soundtrack was available because, for those who don't know, the soundtrack of Luftrausers is made up of numerous tracks that change their combination based on what gear is equipped to your rauser. That means that there are over 100 combinations for different songs that could be included in this bundle. My confusion has dissipated after discovering more about the final product. The Luftrauser's soundtrack holds five original songs and four specific songs used in the game. People who purchase the nine track album will also receive all the individual tracks separated, allowing more musically inclined gamers to remix and play around with them to their heart's content. Note: Kozilek, Luftrauser's composer, says that to remix the tracks "just remove the '.sav' part from the filename." You can download the soundtrack from Kozilek's bandcamp page. What do you think of the Luftrausers game or soundtrack? Do compelling game soundtracks or singles significantly influence your opinion of a game?
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