Cool! I'll definitely be downloading the enhanced LOK1 soundtrack tomorrow. (It's tempting to start now, but I really must sleep, and I know myself better than to think I'd stop with just the first track...)
Yep, most requested music on the site.
Nice to finally reward the immense patience of the game music community.
Hey, a really nice work ! I can't wait to get back home to dl the kyrandia soundtrack.
By the way, I found a little error, the cd cover #2 of mixed-up mother goose is missing.
Yeah, I noticed that one myself. I told my webmaster.
Hey, it works now! Great.
I love the new design. And I especially like how you've got the different MIDI modules listed and checked there. Nice!
Thanks B. I can't take credit for that one, that was courtesy of my new webmaster Bountice.
I like it too though.
Thanks Tom for his comment as well. He definitely helped me get over the line (helped keep me going over the last 12 months).
Hey Alistair, I'm listening to "Outside Brandon's Home," and I'm pretty impressed with your work so far! Like Tom said, I like how you state what devices you used for each individual song. One question - when can we expect some original works from you? With four synths at your disposal, you have no excuse!!!
Thanks. I do have an excuse though, and it's this- I'm no composer. Much like someone who can copy or reproduce a Van Gogh, and maybe refine it a bit, I can do that with MIDI files- and even digital audio to some (minor) extent- but I can't add in new bits, really, and certainly not compose.
That's why I'm always asking for folks to help out and add new tracks into the more tedious loops and such.
That said, I think Tom and I do a pretty good job of 'faking it' as far as enhancing the music goes, if you know what I mean- making them sound like there's new things going on, but really we're doing basic stuff, for us.
And Brandon, it's not the size (or quantity in this case), it's the way you use it.
OK I finally got the kyrandia soundtrack, and all I can say is : "I'm impressed". Thank you, Alistair, and thanks also to your webmaster.
Thanks a bunch! Means a lot to me.
Given I worked on about 3 tracks a night (the nights I worked on it), and worked for a good 2 hours plus, each track pretty much got an hour's work, some even more. That's a lot of work!
Speaking of my webmaster, Bountice- he's from France (well, Belgium, but married a French girl). Aren't you French?
Regards, and thanks everyone!