Man, so many great entries! Hat that Fugue was my personal fave...<3
For mine I wanted to give the new Moog a trial run so all three parts are played live and it was my first crack at using the Slate drums. Definitely could have used a better master (as critiqued) but hey I don't claim to be a good mixer.
YES! LAST PLACE 2 YEARS RUNNING, SUCK ON THAT! This is my new goal.
This iteration of PMHM was Yardgnome, Sam, and me over the phone. They called me at, probably, 1AM on Sunday, we picked a song, and popped it off in one shot. I did not account for phone-line Purposeful manual delay . Audio was ripped from a video Sam recorded of the live phone call. Eddie was not snoring loud enough to catch on the recording, sadly.
Keeping my losing streak alive! Whoo!
I know that Daemon couldn't make it out this year, but I wanted him to get at least a taste of the MAGFest festivities, so I hatched this plan Sunday night and Yardgnome and I waited for him to get home from work. The results were even more than I had hoped.
Sam, the Neon Orange Knight
you will die of sodium poisoning before you ever take me with enough grains of salt.
Perhaps the same can be said of all birth control. But enough posting- have at you!
I'm always surprised with the DoD rankings. I seem to vote very differently from the majority, I suppose. I agree with Torzelan that Stemage was robbed; it was in my top three. I'm glad FFVI at least made top 10 since that was definitely my favorite. Hah, I had no idea what I was getting into with Brevity month. I was thinking there might be a dozen or so entries, but then after putting my song together, I went and checked out previous Brevity months and found out it's a 30+ entries situation. Taking that into consideration, I don't think taking a spot in the middle is too shabby. When checking out previous Brevity months, my favorite songs were "Cntr" and "Mario 3 Overworlds" by Stemage and Pingosimon respectively, and this month those two happened to do two of my favorite tracks again.
In case anybody is curious about my song - I got the Mega Man Legacy Collection for Christmas, so that was the inspiration for my little medley (hence the name "Mega Man Legacy Selection"). I also got a keyboard for Christmas and I wanted to use it for recording, so I played those few synth parts in the song (except the really fast thingy during Mega Man 4 that I programmed instead). I made a dumb little video of me playing it with a poorly animated Mega Man head if anybody feels they have nothing better to do for one minute -