A remix of one of my older Trance songs: 'Blessed Trance.' This one isn't Happy Hardcore-ish like the original, it's more Trance, but it still sounds great. Used lots of NES-sounding synths and beeps- hence the mix's name.
A dark, fast-paced Trance track with cool effects on the choir, awesome static sounds with radio fuzz and what not. Good overall effect mixed with the classic Trance drums and the breakbeat near the middle. Can we say: Wicked?
Something a little different this time- a remix of a song that uses my Trance-sound, along with some of my beatboxing! Back to the point- this is a remix of the Chocobo Theme from pretty much every Final Fantasy game! Wark!
Couldn't help but feel my original remix didn't do justice to the original song. And so, this track was released. Definately an improvement! Lots and lots of pads with some uber broken beats and some cool strings and synths.
A clever mixture of creepy, beautiful, and progressive. This song is rather hard to describe in terms of the overall sound of it... So you'll have to do the math yourself! This one's for Alethea: "Mango!"
Pretty much as dark as Dark Trance can be. One piece that's really different is the Cadenza Strings throughout the song. Ended up with almost 75 different patterns! Over six minutes long, this one's a definite thumbs up.
Took a break from Mellow, but decided to do another. Surprisingly, there was quite a bit that inspired this one- not just a single emotion. Nice, clean piano mixed with some down tempo drums and a few choir pieces. Double thumbs!
Another NES-sounding song that uses a crap load of pieces on the 3x OSC and lots of FX jacked from various NES games. A crisp bassline, nifty tune, and a lovely melody piece to top off this little number.
For any of you Kindom Hearts 2 fans, you'll all get the parody within this song. If not, enjoy it for its awesome tune, strings, and synthline. Drum n' Bass for your whole family. This one goes out to Nick.
Based off the song 'Let it Rain', I took a bassline that my friend showed me on the piano and turned it into a pretty Trance track that used lots of strings and Pizzicato. This mix, I'd like to give to Dylan.
The original tune I instantly fell in love with, but was never quite satisfied with the final product. I thought it might be nice to remake it in a different style, so here it is. Remade and- dare I say it? Perfect.
When Trance meets traditional Japanese instruments, this is the final product. In this mix, I used plenty of authentic Japanese instrumental soundfonts such as the taiko drum, the koto, the shamisen, and the shakuhachi.