That rendition of "Desk Lamp" is the most enjoyable remix of a Doom MIDI I've ever heard. Everything sounds right, and by God, real! Everything. Even the guitar! That is quite a feat.Xeotroid wrote:Ancient Aliens cover is live! There's a link to YouTube and for download in the main post, as always. Enjoy!
"Web of Steel" came out really cool and trippy. Super stuff there, too.
"The Greater Good" and "Tales of Old" sound pretty damn cool and authentic. Nice full orchestral sound there.
I must critique though, and you probably won't be as thrilled to hear that I didn't really enjoy too many of the other tracks. Some of them are actually kinda butchered. "Birdsong"'s lead guitar (which seems out of tune by a fraction of a semitone!), and the high-pitched taiko drum in "Trapeze" that somehow sounds like a kazoo, are the gravest offenders here. "Colliding Nebulae" really needed a more subtle organ and some more intense drums. "Gold Rush" became some sort of hard dance remix I could hear in a stifling nightclub. "Tribal Dance" on the other hand is a disparate, confusing mess (the MIDI itself is highly avant garde by its very nature of course, so I can understand difficulty may have been had). The overdriven guitar in "Other Side of the Moon" is a highly grating synth lead which I'd find hard to listen to in any context.
I do very much appreciate that much time and thought was invested in this. For the most part I do enjoy your remixes, and indeed any remix of my or a fellow MIDI artists' work, but more than a few tracks in these packs tend to have a few little (or severe) things that are quite clearly wrong, and as a result I'm not terribly compelled to visit these more than once. The quality standard is still at a reasonable height though! Do keep it up, please.