**** yes Diz.
**** yes Diz.
was neat, but i'll still prefer to play with the classic music.
2.) Blackthrone Castle
6.) Skara brae
But the best ever was Designed Dragon @ 1:45 when he droppes the ball and spills the truth.
The only one I really didn't like was swamp. The original swamp was my most disliked, so there ya go.
I wish I had a good pair of KOSS headphones like I did back when. I'd load it on my Ipod and lay down. Might give me a Himisync type sleep effect.
Do the Evolution. Admire me, admire my home, admire my son, he's my clone. It's Evolution Baby!
This is pretty freaking sweet! Nice work Diz!
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Stones is amazing. Well done, sir. The rest is quality also
Good work, Diz. Your versions of Stones and Vesper are awesome.
Wow, I appreciate all the comments so far, both good and bad. Thanks!
Nobody heard the music while I was working on it, or had any input while I was doing this project; I was sort of working in the dark the entire time...
...So I'm relieved to see people can enjoy it and not feel that it ruins or taints the original classic MIDI music (which is of course the best).
I feel very relieved (since people aren't at my door with pitch forks for crapping on the original music), and I'm very proud (since people actually think this is cool). Thanks again everyone.
PS - The music can be streamed over the net if you can't download [or don't want to]... - http://emptunes.com then click on "radio" at the bottom.
Last edited by Diz; December 29th, 2010 at 11:25 PM.
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Hey Diz, the music sounds great and I'm listening to it while playing Galcon Fusion at the moment.
One observation I'd make it that it sounds more sci-fi than medieval (which works well with Galcon Fusion)
I can't imagine it playing while I'm killing Orcs with my great sword, but its awesome stuff nonetheless.
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