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I felt like uploading something finally again. and a type i never did before.
So one day i was lazy and thought to compose. and yes this time a small simple easy remix (made in 2 days). I got the samples of Monoxide.it by Electropizza and drums from the normal one. whatever ..anyway. i thought most important was keeping the original drums since they are the most ruling part of scraparap. tonesort changed a bit using many C#‘s now. and melody changed to that style. it sounds like parts of UT and a little from Tyrian in my opinion.
i actually disliked the old melody more then this one. do you agree? well, there is only one way to find out.
just Download, Comment, and Rate.. and of course enjoy.
(i don’t want to end the description with an overused word so.. here you go) oh and btw.. i am new into this so do not expect anything really awesome.
Quick edit: Made some LESS beepy-bop sounds as joseph call them. and made a better ending. also. the bassline is some better at parts. i do not recommend playing the module on any other program then modplug tracker or modplug player. there is the best quality.
Minor update on 4 May 2009 at 13:24
Nice techno sounds and fast beats. GJ!
Very nice, very catchy i like this alot. Keep up the good work
As plunK says
yea its very cool music and yea Techno No Respect :p
This not slow I like this very much…
uhm… and FawFul Good Job :]
This music is very good. It’s not just a remix with a few things added, but it has lots of channels and the ARE YOU READY is pretty neat. It’s not too boem boem which is good because most of the remixes I’ve heard were boem boem. So I give this an 8.7. :M
gj fawful! i really liked the song!
Very impressive, I enjoyed this very much. Sample choice is nice, and I love what you did with a lot of the parts. Would’ve sounded AWESOME if you added like a distortion effect in parts of the song to the oldschool JJ1 drumline. But awesome. I really loved the intro the most, too. Great first impression, comes off strong.
very very very good
[Review changed to quick review. – cooba]
Notice: This review applies to v1 of the song. v2 is nowhere to be found, it seems, as the version uploaded here is still the original, unmodified music file…
Base Score: 5/10
(Edit: When I say “Base Score”, I mean that ALL files I review start out with 5 out of 10 points. In this, some files can get average scores by having no positive or negative points, or an equal amount of both.)
Point Bonuses: +3
[+2] Strong start, pretty good body, decent finish!
[+1] Reminds me of the “Enigma” table from Epic Pinball as well as other classic Epic games such as Unreal. (Not so much Tyrian, though.)
[+0] Doesn’t suck! :D
Point Deductions: -1
[-1] Slightly repetitive…
[-0] Doesn’t quite loop, but it’s nothing worth getting in a huff over.
Final Score: 7/10
Serious remix is serious. And this, ladies and gentlemen, is a serious remix of Episode 3, World 2: “Scraparap”.
The song is a very well-constructed remix of Scraparap’s theme, as I’ve said. The artist really thought outside the box on this one, not limiting himself to the simple, repetitive tune we all remember. Instead, he expanded upon it, indeed creating an entirely new experience while keeping just enough of the old tune recognizable.
Not much to say about the samples other than they’re crystal clear and mix very well together.
Just when I was getting bored of the bippy-bip-bop-etc.-etc., it cuts out at 1:53 and goes into a kind of quiet melody for a while. I really liked that. And honestly, I like the song itself! Quite a bit! I think anyone who liked the original Scraparap tune is going to be pleasantly surprised by this remix.
Your friendly neighborhood S3M/MIDI artist, Joseph “Doc Lithius” Collins
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actually.. if you ask me if it’s necessary then i say yes of course. i like feedback. and i want to know if it made differences. i mean.. did it annoy you the first moment, is it fixed. could it still be better. etc.
so necessary? i wouldn’t call it like that. but i would really appreciate if you do.
2 of 2 users found this a good review.
Darn, I was misslead into thinking that this was going to be a scraparap remix of Sean Paul (which by the way somebody should so do). I wasn’t dissapointed with what I heard, however…
This supposed scraparap remix is not like many of the other remixes on this site. It is almost a complete composition with just a few elements of scraparap remaining (like the drums and parts of the melody), instead of your standard Jazz 1 remix which will just take parts of the song, change the samples and re-arange a few parts. More importantly, everything sounds in tune and the samples go very well with each other, and I love the different phrases of the song.
My only complaints are that something needs to be done with the ending (it feels a bit incomplete) and the structure is a bit hard to recognise sometimes and it is a bit repetitive.
FINAL RATING: 8.0
DOWNLOAD?: I think the rating says it all. This song would go great with somekind of poisonous android toxic ice level.
EDIT: Repetitiveness isn’t really a huge problem, but in my opinion, there are just a couple of sections like at around 0:30 that repeat a bit too often (also at 3:00 to 3:20 and again towards the end). This was really just a minor poke.
0 of 0 users found this a good review.
Anyway, I listened to this song and my first thought was “Wow. Holy cow, wow.” And I mean it too—This is the best (and I believe the only) remix of Scraparap I have yet heard. It is basically an electronic/technological remix of Scraparap, with many of the old instruments and some new ones too.
Some nice rhythms going there, though I was quite sad to not hear the awesome string part for the orig song—That really defined Scrappy, although the drums do too. The basic lines are tweaked just enough to give you a good feel, and it came out pretty darn well. I’d have to say a 7.6 and a definite DL rec.
I’d like to do a collab song with you sometime. Send me a line when you are available to.
Your friendly neighborhood .it artist,
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