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  1. AsrielDreemurr

    AsrielDreemurr New Member

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    Howdy, I'm new here.
    I am working at FL Studio musics and i'm really good at it.
    I work with some soundfonts of some games like Majora's Mask soundfont or Touhou. I have some problems to create an realistic orchestral music, being one of them this one:



    This is Oath to Order, from Majora's Mask- my favourite game. Yes, there're some Rozen melodies mixed up within the music but let's just skip this part.
    I do some other 8-bit music like this one:



    That's the 3th Day Clock Town theme, from Majora's Mask.
    I honestly tried to create a fangame of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask in the Gamemaker but i failed miserablely. I have almost no knowledge of programing games so do not count on me to program some.

    I also can do the SUPER COOL animations here in a FL Studio Plugin, but not in Adobe After Effects:



    I also have a channel on YouTube where some unoccupied souls can see my failures:

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC46TyztI92V6aHy4BKR9jBQ/featured

    I evolved a little after these videos and i just keep these videos there only to have a memory of my old techniques or whatever ,_,

    If you want, contact me in: drownedb30@gmail.com

    Well, have a nice day!

    (Sorry for the english ^^)
     

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