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Author Topic: Not a Number - Icarus Lives! {Periphery cover} [Progressive Electronica]  (Read 455 times)

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Offline Not a Number

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Oh looky here, Neo's done yet another electronica remix of a metal song.

Song name: Icarus Lives!
File type: YouTube -> mp3 (Mediafire)
Length: 3:12
Software used: Music 2000 (PS1)
Description:

Mathcore, Hardcore, I-don't-bloody-know-core. :P
A recreation of "Icarus Lives!" by progressive metal band Periphery. Found a Guitar Pro file of the song, exported it to MIDI, and the rest is history.

Most annoying thing about making this mix was those bloody triplet notes; just made it that little more frustrating (I even said "screw that" to one section, since it was asking me to do 1/48th notes, so I just did 1/16ths instead - I draw the line at 1/24th, sorry.).

Remix:
 

Original: (for comparison, so no-one can call me out on "accidentally" making certain sections go out of time :P)
 



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Re: Not a Number - Icarus Lives! {Periphery cover} [Progressive Electronica]
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2011, 02:53:26 am »
lol "i-dont-bloody-know-core".  but anyways, dis some hardcore shit dude!! i fuckin luv it.

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Re: Not a Number - Icarus Lives! {Periphery cover} [Progressive Electronica]
« Reply #2 on: January 21, 2011, 11:54:07 pm »
Impressive....I enjoyed watching the video of the MUSIC 2000 screen as much as hearing the song! LOL ...
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Re: Not a Number - Icarus Lives! {Periphery cover} [Progressive Electronica]
« Reply #3 on: February 04, 2011, 07:31:28 pm »
MATE!
I abosultey freaking love this. I must admit I've never heard the song or of the band before...but your electronica version it reminds me almost like NIN , very Trent Reznor...just epically taking the guitar riffs , placing them onto the synth...but what I loved most of all is that u kept the drums metal.
Amazing.

 

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