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Postby Capt. Blackwood » Sat Jul 18, 2009 3:47 am

Pumo...


did ya do 8 yet?
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Postby Pumo » Sat Jul 18, 2009 4:01 am

Nope, last weeks i've been busy with PM level 3, haven't got the time to do more trance remixes. :P

Hopefully on next week or so i may continue the remix work.
If you want i can make 8 remix first (before the level 2 one i was planning).
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Postby VladR » Sat Jul 18, 2009 10:28 am

No, please, no. Do the level 2 first. That level has got one of the most awesome tunes in Descent.

I remember my awe when I ran that on Gravis Ultrasound sound card back in the DOS days. The difference to mono 8-bit SoundBlaster was enormous and this tune was stunning 8)
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Re: Dance/Trance remix of Descent 1 music

Postby Obi-Wan Kenobi » Sun Jul 26, 2009 7:58 pm

Pumo wrote:Inspired by so many remixes of Descent music out there (and as a fan of Trance myself) i've decided to do finally my own!! :D

Check out this Trance remix of Descent 1 Level 1 music:

http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/245471

I'm planning to do Trance remixes of other Descent songs as well, so stay tuned!!
Hope this will please to Dance/Electronic/Trance fans out there :)

RESPECT!!!! This is truely aamzing man I love Trance alot too hehe maybe a remix of all Descent 1, 2 & 3 tracks as one long remix would be a cool idea, make yourself a live set ;)

btw where can i download this cool track of yours man, I might play it in the local Disco 8)
I found this mix awesome as well http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/204780 the buildup used there would be cool for a Descent Live set, some vocals would be nice from other Trance tracks then make it like one mega mix, , you'd have to record alot of samples, fish out the best and fuse them , I haven't done this in eons, when i play trance I use my Roland E-14 Keyboard hehe. however my new soundcard is on it's way from USA the Auzentech prelude 7.1, it has the best DSP APU [Audio Processor Unit] out there for such things, it's 64MB XRAm will come in great usage, I plan to connect my E-14 to that soundcard, hereby I can use the soundcard's much more advanced synthesyser :)

Though the E-14 is somewhat old and will be added witha Roland E-09 professioanl keyboard, the sound of this monster is truly amazing, here a clip of a guy playing Robert Mile: Children, not so hard to do, but the sound quility is very good:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PslPylzPq0

However the Casio CTK-731 isn't abad choice either, though the Roland has amuch more realistic and better sound, but this is just my opinion hehe, here a demo of Oxygen ith a trance feel to it :)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRWSNMtVvQs

He used the Yamaha PRS 9000 Pro to convert the ssounds to the Casio CTK-731., the PSR 9L pro is a very expensive pice of hardware, but on the other side it can do alot of good when it comes to converting sounds to another unit, I will use the Prelude 7.1 the same type of way with the Roland E-14 and also interconnect the Roland E-09 later to the setup.
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Postby Pumo » Mon Jul 27, 2009 7:01 pm

Although unfortunately i don't have it (but i hope to get one of those eventually) i recommend you the PSR 1500 from Yamaha as Keyboard.
It's less expensive than a PSR 9000 and has some sounds similar to those of Yamaha Tyros. ;)

Check it out here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmyqZulCacw
and here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AlHtc88TAoc (the quality of this video is not that nice, but check the general sound of the kybd)

It features some nice utilities like Mod Wheel, filters, portamento, and some very nice accompainment styles and voices (and they are a LOT, as it's full XG compatible) and also has USB port (so you can store your songs or presets directly on any USB memory).

Oh yeah, and you can download my D1 Lvl1 remix directly there on the newgrounds link, just check the 'licensing terms' section and you'll find an orange icon with a diskette on it. Click on it to download the song ;)
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Postby Alter-Fox » Mon Jul 27, 2009 8:30 pm

I have a Yamaha PSR E403 and it works very well. ;)
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Postby Obi-Wan Kenobi » Tue Jul 28, 2009 2:27 am

nice vids of the yamaha PRS 1500 though I find the piano sound quality orsay realism of the Roland E-09 alot better, this has always been the upper hand of Roland keyboards, as for synthesiser sounds these yamaha's are the better ones and they are widely used with Roland Keyboard setups to combine forces you will have best of both worlds the roland for the piano sounds and the Yamaha for the synthesiser sounds :) Great for recording and mixing sounds to to complie a good soundtrack.

This is awesome btw:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XuYJ65si ... annel_page

here is second trance live performance, better that the first one :)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9GEDla7 ... annel_page

To have a setup like that he and even Sirius seems to be a Keyboard type , from the Quad Midi Sirius :lolol:
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Postby DescentMax » Thu Jul 30, 2009 7:51 pm

I downloaded the remix. AWSOME! :P
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Postby Sykes » Fri Jul 31, 2009 4:28 am

In my opinion, Pumo Mines is more important than remixes ;) but I'm looking forward to both an equal amount :D

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