Remix Default is a collaboration between New Jersey musician Ralfington and Philadelphia DJ / producer Dj CUTMAN. Remix Default re-creates the theme music of each of the four main characters from the Bravely Default soundtrack, originally composed by Revo.
Remix Default is a fusion of retro-sounding Chiptunes and futuristic EDM. Ralfington transcribed the songs onto his 3DS using Korg’s DS10 software. Dj CUTMAN mixed and mastered the songs using the popular audio production software Ableton Live.
Final Fantasy is widely known for exceptional characters, superb storytelling, and memorable music. The music is so loved that many groups have adapted it for live concerts, including five distinct tours over the past decade. Today, the team of electronic dance musicians at GameChops have released “Triple Triad,” a twelve-track remix album playing tribute to Final Fantasy and the music of series composer Nobuo Uematsu.
Spearheaded by UK producer Mykah, Triple Triad takes inspiration from three classic games in the Final Fantasy series, VI, VII, and VIII. To many, these games were an introduction into the series. To others, these games serve as a fond memory of when story, mood and music took precedent over graphics, hardware and spectacle.
Triple Triad contains a multitude of genres and styles to fit any electronic appetite; styles range from latin dancehall to drum ‘n bass to house and dubstep. Mykah shows his versatility as a producer, while the compositions of Mr. Uematsu are proven, yet again, to be powerful in any context. Whether you’re a long-time fan of the series or a casual listener of electronic music, Triple Triad is something special.
GameChops is a record label started by Dj CUTMAN that produces electronic cover songs of video game music. GameChops acquires mechanical licenses to the compositions contained within their albums. Music is available on GameChops.com, Loudr.FM, iTunes, and other major marketplaces.
It’s a rare thing I post something more appropriate on saturday night then this blog. It’s a catalog of video game themed mixed drinks and cocktails, as well as themed art and novelty shot glasses. hell yeah. Click for the drinks
I did this using a PLC to control a stepper motor. I manually converted the Super Mario Brothers sheet music into frequency and millisecond values, then coded it in ladder logic to drive the high-speed pulsed output of a PLC. Enjoy!