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    Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red/Blue Rescue Team - Buried Relic

    SMW Music → Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red/Blue Rescue Team - Buried Relic

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    Name: Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red/Blue Rescue Team - Buried Relic
    Author: Ultima
    Added:
    Insert Size: 0x0CA3 bytes
    Type: Song
    Sample Usage: Many
    Source: Port
    Duration: 1:03
    Featured: No
    Description: A sampled port of Buried Relic from the first PMD game. Could go well with ruin, temple and pyramid levels with a fairly upbeat feeling. Could also work in castles too I guess
    Preview: Play SPC
    Tags: castle desert ruins temple
    Comments: 3 (jump to comments)
    Rating:
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    Comments (3)

    Ultima Author Link
    Originally posted by Cote de Boeuf
    This is a perfectly good track considered solely on its own merits. However, I will say that the samples aren't very much like the original's, and more importantly aren't very apt--in my opinion--to the ruin/temple setting the original track was used for.
    I could certainly see this used in a slower-paced, challenging, endurance-oriented level like Buried Relic. It's just that it wouldn't fit an actual buried relic as much as one might hope. That said, a happy result of this is that it would fit similar levels in other settings better than a more faithful port.
    I know that this was supposed to be a straight port, but I almost wonder if it would be better-served if it were categorized as a remix or even a Mega Man X-style arrangement.


    Yeah, well, the point here wasn't to be accurate to the original sample-wise, but more just being fairly faithful structure-wise instead; the samples are different because I wanted to make it have it similar to the original, but also have a more fresh vibe with the custom samples and echo, so technically it isn't a port in the "accurate sense", but it's still kind of considered one since it doesn't change the song's structure or add anything to it, so... yeah. lol

    I've also made a unsampled version which is more faithful to the original's instrumentation, so at least there's the option for that if you like :P
    Cote de Boeuf Link
    This is a perfectly good track considered solely on its own merits. However, I will say that the samples aren't very much like the original's, and more importantly aren't very apt--in my opinion--to the ruin/temple setting the original track was used for.
    I could certainly see this used in a slower-paced, challenging, endurance-oriented level like Buried Relic. It's just that it wouldn't fit an actual buried relic as much as one might hope. That said, a happy result of this is that it would fit similar levels in other settings better than a more faithful port.
    I know that this was supposed to be a straight port, but I almost wonder if it would be better-served if it were categorized as a remix or even a Mega Man X-style arrangement.
    Zavok Link
    Great job!