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Sonic the Hedgehog - Scrap Brain Zone (DMG-01 Cover)

By 3ndymion on Jan 27, 2014 9:28 am

Original Composer = Masato Nakamura


Time to unlock the true power of the Gameboy.  >: )

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Yeah, that's pretty much what I've been doing.  Fast speed to cram in more notes, even striping notes across all 3 channels (not considering the Noise channel) to keep them going.  If you're interested in doing similar videos, here's the way I've been doing them:  play the song (only 1 channel) in an emulator (BGB), & record that with Bandicam.  Do it for each channel.  Now I have 4 videos.  Use a video editor (VideoPad Video Editor for Windows) to overlay all 4 videos onto a black background & record them all onto 1 video.  Syncing them is pretty hard & frustrating, especially since the emulator slows down sometimes.  If there are good emulators for the DS, you can probably do it too.

Yeah that video was awesome, I already commented on it and i'll do again here, this inspires me to make some live videos for people who don't have time for korg ds-10 but want to see how it would work if they used it.

Your video reminded of the techniques I used in famitracker with a fast speed to squash in more notes and especially maximize the triangle channel for drums.

Thanks guys.  : )

Very good cover!

Damn, that's a good cover. Nice pulse channel work! The video you attached is very good, too. Those are good techniques for beginners and pros to keep in mind. I very much like what you've done:)

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