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Classic Video Games made with Classical Instrument (Read 373 times)
Luxliev
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Classic Video Games made with Classical Instrument
12. Nov 2014 at 13:01
 
Hi I'm new around here for last few months I was working hard trying to learn music composition from scratch I recently published my first album but before that I made quite a bit of video game music remakes (love doing that) tell me what you think about them. I plan to upload one weekly.

Here are latest two covers. Let me know what you think. Cheers!

Shaterhand - Area B: Refinery



Darkwing Duck - Quackerjack's Bridge



If you like there is a lot more on my youtube channel
https://www.youtube.com/Luxliev

or my forum
http://luxliev.proboards.com/
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Re: Classic Video Games made with Classical Instrument
Reply #1 - 12. Nov 2014 at 14:22
 
only piano versions ? Smiley well its` different from 8bit versions looks too new
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Re: Classic Video Games made with Classical Instrument
Reply #2 - 12. Nov 2014 at 15:30
 
Bah. You've got rock covers slightly alternated midis why not some orchestral covers. Here you have for example strings version. Battletoads - Surf City

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Reply #3 - 13. Nov 2014 at 07:08
 
This one is good ! Smiley
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