Here’s a little collection of music I’ve made and released to the general public. Most recent ones are nearest the top. Most of the music has actually already been up on videos of mine on my YouTube channel, with MP3 download links in the video description, but I like to have them all in a little collection here at my blog too. Clicking the main title of the music takes you to an MP3 download, while clicking [YouTube] takes you to my YouTube video which shows off this music.
This is a slowish techno remix I made on the spur of the moment of Komachi Onozuka‘s theme. It starts off sounding very electronic, but turns to techno with a few hints of rock. The ways in which I used the various melodies within Komachi’s theme is original (I didn’t base it on anything, unlike my Unlocked Girl re-make). Of course, there are some of my own fast harmonizing melodies in here too.
This is a techno remix of Shikieiki Yamaxanadu‘s theme which I made with Sota Systems. It was originally based on IOSYS’s song, “Koko de atta ga 60 nenme”, which is a remix of the same theme. The MP3 download link is actually for a StepMania simfile, but a 320kbps MP3 is included in the ZIP file. An alternate download place for the simfile is here.
Like my remix below, but with a few changes. There are 6 CG voices, one of which is a backing singer (Hatsune Miku), and there’s a distortion guitar which I accidentally missed out of my first remix. Note that a MIDI is also available (please see below).
My attempt at remaking IOSYS’s “Unlocked Girl”, in a techno style, keeping the tunes as close to the original as possible but changing the instruments. A MIDI is also available here, which I created for the making of the final MP3.
A little demonstration of some freaky atmospheric sounds made using the freeware VST Synth called ‘Cygnus’.
Somebody showed me the song, and thought I could make at least part of it using XP/98 sounds, and they were right. I thought I’d never do something using sounds from XP/98 again, but I decided to give it one last shot. I didn’t go all the way, because by the end of the video I’d got such a headache that I gave up. I had a headache because the way the music was going was into a style of music which I hate.
This was my first go at getting Hatsune Miku to sing an English song, and since few people seem to have made full songs of Miku singing in English, this one seemed to become kind of popular among English Miku fans, as well as (surprisingly to me) some Japanese Miku fans.
Well, here it is, the one which became the most famous due to someone posting it on Digg. This is a slightly extended version (only 4 bars longer than on my original video on YouTube, but it ends better, in my opinion, so I prefer it). There has actually already been a download link for this extended version in the video description on YouTube for many months. There’s now a simfile here and here thanks to Ashpotter!
I have also tried to remake quite a few existing songs as MIDIs for the Roland SC-88Pro synth. I plan to release the MIDIs themselves soon, once I’ve finished designing a suitable page, and making simpler, more-compatible versions of some of the MIDIs. For now, you can hear how they all sound in videos by looking at all posts tagged with “SC-88Pro”.