Hello, fellow Nintendo fans! I am Peach, a game music transcriber, remixer, and composer. I wish to share with you some quality video game songs, to which you can listen on my YouTube channel. Amongst the music pieces are WarioWare D.I.Y. record transcriptions, enhanced Nintendo MIDIs, and video game-inspired original compositions (and soon quality remixes!). Here are some examples of what you'll find on my channel:
Thanks, guys! And I'm really glad that Zelda'esque is a favourite. It's my most recent original composition. WarioWare D.I.Y. records aren't MIDI-based, but the interface in the game is similar to the piano roll view of a MIDI sequencer. Zelda'esque uses special samples, but there is definitely MIDI data.
Next up: "Menu" from Mario Kart Super Circuit
EDIT: My apologies to those who tried accessing my main channel page and the page was not found. This was caused by an extra "/" character in the image link. All should be correct now.
YouTube was giving some trouble with the processing, but it's finally done! Here's the Menu BGM from Mario Kart: Super Circuit! ^.^ The original post has been edited to contain a link to this addition, too.
Finally got around to listening to these. I'll admit, I'm not a huge fan of MIDI in general but these are actually pretty nice! I'd love to hear more original compositions (like the Shantae and Zelda ones).
Merry Christmas, everyone! Here are some presents from me. These are all great, but if you have time for only one, I give my highest recommendation to "Christmas in Kakariko Village," which is a remastering of a MIDI remix I wrote around Christmas of 1998.
Hey, everyone! It's been a long while. I apologise for that. I've been working on polishing the biggest MIDI I ever wrote in the past and accompanying it with a new logo inspired by the WarioWare D.I.Y. Records logo. So, for the first release of 2011, here is a Banjo-Kazooie medley of the second world.
Hmm. Interesting, Tristen. I quite like the Hyrule Field guitar mix.
Anyway, after a few weeks, I present another MIDI from Donkey Kong 64. Banana Fairy Island complements Stolen Pearls quite well. Please listen in HD!
Here comes another Enhanced Game MIDI from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. It's "House": the ditty you hear in many indoor areas. Please listen in HD!
"Cranky's Mojo," a preview of my contribution to the Donkey Kong Country 3 ReMix Album coming soon to OverClocked ReMix, is now on my channel. The composition is a remix of "Cranky's Dojo" from the DKC3 GBA soundtrack and is of a much higher calibre than any of my Enhanced Game MIDIs. Listening to this in 720p (HD) is strongly recommended.
Finally uploaded is my WarioWare D.I.Y. tribute to the 25th Anniversary of The Legend of Zelda, "Link's Saga." It's a remixed medley of the intro and ending themes of Zelda I and Zelda II infused with a lost prototype track from Zelda I. See annotations for details.
I know it's been over a month, but I finally have a new Enhanced Game MIDI available. This one is the third ending from the SNES version of Donkey Kong Country 3. The electronic percussion here is not General MIDI, but the rest is.
Oh, hey, TUMF! I see you come to these boards, too. Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D is out in Europe and Japan! US gamers can pick up their copy this Sunday. To celebrate the fans' "reignited" passion for original masterpiece, I polished and enhanced my classic MIDI of Bolero of Fire from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
Click on the link below to comment, rate, or read description: "Bolero of Fire" from Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Enhanced Game MIDI) It's been a while, guys. I figured I'd share these two recent works. One is a quickie soundtrack from an demo game I worked on four years ago. The other is a remix of an anime song. The latter is still game music because the medium is a video game, and the song also features on a Game Boy Advance title.
Click on the link below to comment, rate, or read description: "KODOU Remix" from Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch PURE (WarioWare D.I.Y. Record) I uploaded an Enhanced Game MIDI of "Southern Shrine" from Link's Awakening. I selected some instruments that gave a slight feeling of ancient ruins, while maintaining the melancholy feeling that matches the event that takes place. You can read the description for more details.
Click on the link below to comment, rate, or read description: "Requiem of Spirit" from Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Enhanced Game MIDI) I whipped up a preview of a remix of Clock Town from Zelda: Majora's Mask I've been writing. I call it "Clock Capital," based on a fan concept of Termina's future that you can read about in the description. Hopefully this remix will be out later this year!
Click on the link below to comment, rate, or read description: "Clock Capital" ~REMIX TEASER~ from Zelda: Majora's Mask Long time, no see, everyone! I present my 27th WWDIY record: Phosphora's Will, a remix of a later chapter's ground theme from Kid Icarus: Uprising. It's a chiptune with some classic Mega Man flair. Record #30 will be my final piece from WWDIY.
[br][/br] Click on the link below to comment, rate, or read description: "Phosphora's Will" ~Remix~ from Kid Icarus: Uprising (WarioWare D.I.Y. Record) Hello everyone! It's been a while. I have a couple new songs to share. The first is a revamp of my old Yoshi's Island Overworld MIDI, and the second is a preview of "Mélange Brew": my upcoming remix of Gruntilda's Lair from Banjo-Kazooie. Please give them a listen!
1) Project co-director Cody Wedel and I compiled the final preview of the Donkey Kong Country 3 remix album, "Double the Trouble." 64 artists have contributed a total of 76+ remixed songs for what is the largest OverClocked ReMix album yet. (Coming soon!)
2) Just a couple days ago, the Donkey Kong Country 3 remix album, "Double the Trouble!" released. Below is my track featured on this gargantuan collaboration. If you can listen to only one song in this thread, please listen to this one. Enjoy!
Click the link below to comment, rate, or read description: "Cranky's Mojo" ~Remix~ from the Donkey Kong Country 3 OCReMix Album, "Double the Trouble!" Record #30 for the WarioWare D.I.Y. Records series pays tribute to the classic Nintendo series throughout the years. Many staple songs feature in this 8-Bit arrangement, combining at least two songs from each series together. If you never heard any of my WarioWare D.I.Y. Records before, this finale is one not to miss.