i spent like 2 hours on this im sorry
Milky Way Wishes is the 38th album published by OverClocked ReMix. This double-album arranges music from Kirby Super Star, released in 1996 for the SNES. The album features 23 songs from 21 artists that re-envision the original compositions of Jun Ishikawa and Dan Miyakawa in a wide variety of styles and genres. The album also includes storybook-style visual artwork inspired by the plot of Kirby Super Star.
The activation server for Creative Suite 2 as a whole was shut down (seemingly for technical reasons) and as a result, the company is giving away the entire CS2 bundle (serial numbers included) for free!
Products in this bundle include:
- Acrobat 3D 1.0 for Windows
- Acrobat Standard 7.0
- Acrobat Pro 7.0
- After Effects
- Audition 3.0
- Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0
CS2 is still powerful software (though it does lack fancy stuff like content-aware features), but to anyone who can’t afford to spend $700 on Photoshop ($1300 for a standard CS bundle!), this is a godsend.
In a word? Fan-fucking-tastic. (It’s hyphenated, it still counts as one word.)
Seriously, the same goes for the rest of this album. I would have never thought in a million years that Serj’s odd style of experimental rock would work so well as arranged for an orchestra. If you’re a fan of System of a Down or Serj’s solo album, or are just plain looking for a great album to pick up, I highly recommend this one. I had just recently obtained a copy of this myself, and I was immediately awestruck at just how epic the live performance is. I’d even be comfortable saying it’s already become my favourite live album of all-time just because of how unique and rare this sort of concert is, especially one that works well. I always enjoy an odd, awesome juxtaposition of musical styles. I’m having a hard time focusing on the track itself because the awesome is just overflowing from this album. Go check it out right NOW.
Hey, look: a love/hate song that doesn’t suck! Wow, I never thought I’d see the day. The lyrics in this one are great, and although the accompanying music is fantastic as well, the lyrics and vocals are definitely the highlight of this song for me. The words and the emotion that’s injected into them by the vocalist’s singing perfectly captures the feeling of how you just hate to love that wonderfully nauseating someone. The accompanying music is just the icing on the cake, working together with the vocalist to paint a vivid scene of a day in the life of this dysfunctional couple.
Here is a rough version of a remix of “Hide and Seek” by Imogen Heap that I’m currently working on. This is my first serious effort at doing a more trance-style track, so I’m sure there will be plenty of things I did wrong to point out to me.
Valve’s popular, award-winning game “Portal” is free on Steam until May 24th. Get it! You have no reason now to not try it!
Here, have something I was working on before it got abandoned due to technical difficulties.