BASS: remake of the musical score

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vnena
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Post by vnena »

Hey guys.

Just registered to say that I really like the sound of edweirds bass1.mp3. I would be perfectly happy with the sound in that ending up to the final, it really sounds like "restored" not "remade" which is what I am expecting out of this. The original has some less memorable themes which could be "remade" but the memorable ones should be merely "restored", sounding like originals but gaining detail and depth.

Some of the notes in the beginning of the piece are muted/toned down towards the middle. I think its *slightly* too much, making parts of the melody hard to make out without either turning volume up noticeably or using better than average sound system. It was probably like that in the original but since this sounds nice I'd rather have the muted notes a bit louder :-)
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noize
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Post by noize »

If you guys need acoustic guitar play; picking, chords etc, let me know.
loki1985
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Post by loki1985 »

@edweird: really good work, i like your example MP3 a lot.... keep up the great work! ;)
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Post by brkl »

Any news?
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Post by JamesWoodcock »

What news are you looking for exactly?
brkl
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Post by brkl »

New tunes someone had reworked, stuff like that - but I just noticed your signature, so nevermind :)
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Post by JamesWoodcock »

Ahhh fair enough :)
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Post by FeebleFiles1 »

I have also made some new versions of the BASS soundtrack but i made it with the original midis. Is here anybody anymore interested in this files? if yes i am going to upload it, if not its not so good :-(
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Post by JamesWoodcock »

I would like to hear them!

Maybe you could email them to me:

contact@jameswoodcock.co.uk
FeebleFiles1
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Post by FeebleFiles1 »

Hello @all

We are a Production Studio in Germany Bavaria. We found randomly the midi files on web so we produced it because Music is our Hobby and our Work.

Here can you find the file. It sound a little bit as the original but the most instruments we used are Real.

Have fun

www.sebby44.de/Temp/drumtest-04.mp3

Regards

Sebastian
Last edited by FeebleFiles1 on Thu Jun 01, 2006 6:01 am, edited 1 time in total.
timofonic
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Post by timofonic »

Very nice one! :)

Thanks a lot for that nice interpretation of the music with real instruments ;)
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