I'm about to tell this guy!
Location: Montclair, NJ
Rank: Decisive Witness
Joined: Sat Mar 17, 2007 2:01 am
Hey, sorry for such a late response.
My music has been making progress, though not at a considerable rate... That is, until a few nights ago. See, I recently started on my first college semester and I've been trying (successfully sacrificing my laziness) to maintain good grades and habits. So, my priorities haven't been too high with my remixes lately to be completely honest (no excuse for such an overdue post, I know).
But, as we adjust to our new ways of life, we learn to find time for that which we love. These past few nights I've really been in the studio working on some new material. It's been a good feeling getting back to work on beats, and getting back to rapping as well. So, I can say I'm proud of my continued progress on this remix project so far, though I do regret having to keep most of it to myself for now. Work I've been doing also includes songs for a new 8 track remix album I've decided to get started on: Rock Music 3. Yeah, something else is meeting the streets this time. Capcom fans might be able to guess what that album name implies. Time to expand my fanbase =P.
I can't release any new songs (at least, in MP3 format), until I get my headphones repaired. I do plan on releasing one YouTube preview for Rock Music 3, but the MP3 will be delayed with the rest of them. I plan on releasing the majority of my new songs towards Thanksgiving, by when I'll have several GYAKUTEN MEETS THE STREETS tracks remastered and on MP3. These tracks (one or two from each game) will make up GYAKUTEN MEETS THE STREETS: Demo Version. It will be available in an archive file.
:EDIT: As I planned, most of these tracks went through a good mastering. I'm still waiting on my headphones so you'll have to wait for releases just a little longer. Once the demo of the album comes out, I'm not going to release any more tracks until the final album (all 19 tracks) is finished.
I know it'll be a little wait, but if I release all of my tracks before the album is done, there will be no surprises for when it actually drops. For this reason, not all of the tracks that I had originally listed above will be included (Don't worry, Solitary Confinement will be on the demo album, and there will be some fresh newness from tracks you've already heard. Anything that is still on the list will make the demo). This doesn't mean you won't hear any GS (or GS inspired) tracks in the near future, however: I have a couple of requests that I have to take care of (some of them are long overdue, and that's my bad). At around the same time as the demo album, I'll release the first track off of my new remix album Rock Music 3.
My first college semester is almost over! Oh, freedom, I can see you so clearly.