Hey there folks, a new update for you all. MasaKo X, a great voice actor I met back at MAGFest, is starting up a new anime related series, and I got to write up a theme song for it! Check out the first episode of Anifile right here:
Yeah, sorry for being so, well, not around for the past few months. Work has been crazy busy for me, and I’ve been working on building up some of my connections around. 🙂
On a side note, I have a cameo in a review Phelous did, you should check it out here, if you haven’t watched it already.
I’ll try to get some more stuff posted over the next few days. Have a good one, everyone!
Enjoy the show, folks, and please be sure to give ThatGuyWithTheGlasses some love in return. 😀
Direct link over here.
Check out my group over at TGWTG!
Also, you can listen to the full track over to the right, under the player “Arrangements for Clients.” 🙂
Sorry I didn’t get this update posted on Monday, but just to confirm, the game I did music for (Hot and Cold) DID get released on Monday on DSiWare. 🙂 I’ll get some music posted from the game in the players on the right so you all can listen, but if any of you can actually buy the title yourselves, it’d mean a lot to me. The main producer behind the game really went out of his way to get me to work on his title, and was extremely persistent on making sure the game got out. 🙂
I’m planning on doing some sort of video talking about the music from the game, but if there are any topics related to that you all want me to go into, feel free to suggest them in the comments below.
Now! On to other matters. Another week, another fun video featuring some music by me! Over at TGWTG.com, one of the newest videos is a review of the infamous “Star Wars Holiday Special,” which features a little music bit towards the end with music supplied by me. Thanks goes out to everyone at TGWTG.com. 🙂
I’m on track to getting the next episode of Famicom Fridays done for Christmas Day. At any rate, Happy Holidays everyone, and I’ll have more updates later!
…by me! Dena’s an awesome person, so it was great to put together some more music for her in this case. Enjoy!
I’m working on my article for tomorrow’s Famicom Fridays…but for a moment I wanted to give a quick thanks to Chris Ferraiolo and the rest of the TGWTG Wiki team for helping me get a page set up on their Wikia site.
You can check out my page (which will continue to grow in the future! 🙂 ) right here.
Tomorrow’s article will be a fun one both for me to write, and for you to read/listen to.
The last topic I want to hit on for this segment deals with the ‘chord’ sounds that I came up with to deal with the lack of harmony in the song. I only used it during the chorus of the song, not only to keep the song from getting too busy, but also to help reinforce the structure of the song. Now, these chords are done using the same sound sources as everything else in the song, and furthermore, the tracks are monophonic (which means only one note can be played at a time on each track).
So how did I create something that sounded like sustained chords, with multiple notes being played at once?
Take a look at this picture, and click on it to check the sample of what it sounds like: