Thunder Force IV - Community Cover Project (heroic coup edition)

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Re: Thunderforce IV - Community Cover Project (heroic coup edition)

Postby James_S » Wed Jul 08, 2015 7:09 pm

finished configuration, tantantantantantantantantantantantan.
this peice was short and simplistic enough that i just used 2a03 and it still sounds okay.
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Re: Thunderforce IV - Community Cover Project (heroic coup edition)

Postby jaxcheese » Wed Jul 08, 2015 7:27 pm

FamicomForever wrote:As a side note, on the bandcamp why dont we also state which expansion it used next the the piece?

Definitely this. When I was less knowledgeable about this stuff and couldn't differentiate by ear this was pretty useful. If anything it encourages people to learn more about the expansions and maybe get more interested in working with them/working with Famitracker.
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Re: Thunderforce IV - Community Cover Project (heroic coup edition)

Postby James_S » Wed Jul 08, 2015 7:52 pm

I made a thing for the album cover, its 700x700 but the original is 350x350 so itll scale perfectly into the bandcamp thing.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/roi1fkw48ohhg ... m.png?dl=0
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Re: Thunderforce IV - Community Cover Project (heroic coup edition)

Postby Amilgi » Wed Jul 08, 2015 8:13 pm

Completed Omake 5, probably going to go back tidy up the mix some and maybe change the drums a bit.
Since no one has done a boss theme yet, I'll try Simmer Down/Boss 3.
FamicomForever wrote:Oh, i can do the banner, album and logo art, if you dont mind.
also, by logo, what do you mean? just a FT logo to represent the artist?
also alaso by banner I assume its for this collab and not the general FT one?

As a side note, on the bandcamp why dont we also state which expansion it used next the the piece?

I was wondering this as well since I want to attempt some art. And yes, stating expansions with a simple [____] or (____) after the piece is definitely a good idea.
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Re: Thunderforce IV - Community Cover Project (heroic coup edition)

Postby LarryLarington » Wed Jul 08, 2015 10:17 pm

Put me down for Count Down - Continue! I think I can slip a shorter one in my schedule this weekend.

P.S. Album cover looks perfect FamicomForever! Dig the retro font.
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Re: Thunderforce IV - Community Cover Project (heroic coup edition)

Postby HertzDevil » Wed Jul 08, 2015 10:49 pm

Starting with brackets could mess up sorting in cases where the track numbers are omitted, use ()'s at the end.
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Re: Thunderforce IV - Community Cover Project (heroic coup edition)

Postby James_S » Wed Jul 08, 2015 11:38 pm

Amilgi wrote:Completed Omake 5, probably going to go back tidy up the mix some and maybe change the drums a bit.
Since no one has done a boss theme yet, I'll try Simmer Down/Boss 3.
FamicomForever wrote:Oh, i can do the banner, album and logo art, if you dont mind.
also, by logo, what do you mean? just a FT logo to represent the artist?
also alaso by banner I assume its for this collab and not the general FT one?

As a side note, on the bandcamp why dont we also state which expansion it used next the the piece?

I was wondering this as well since I want to attempt some art. And yes, stating expansions with a simple [____] or (____) after the piece is definitely a good idea.

ive already made a cover for the album but dont have any plans to make the others, so if you want to then feel free to make those.
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Re: Thunderforce IV - Community Cover Project (heroic coup edition)

Postby Mojitone » Thu Jul 09, 2015 9:30 pm

OK, that cover is the most soul-crushingly difficult one I've made so far and the thought of getting a sampled bass to make a seamless loop is giving me nightmares, but I'm on the finishing stage of my work and I hope to finish it by tomorrow afternoon.
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Re: Thunderforce IV - Community Cover Project (heroic coup edition)

Postby kfaraday » Fri Jul 10, 2015 1:56 am

FamicomForever wrote:Oh, i can do the banner, album and logo art, if you dont mind.
also, by logo, what do you mean? just a FT logo to represent the artist?
also alaso by banner I assume its for this collab and not the general FT one?

As a side note, on the bandcamp why dont we also state which expansion it used next the the piece?

hey, that'd be nice! the banner and logo are going to be for the "famitracker bandcamp" (i can give this account out if anyone wants to use it in any future famitracker projects)

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Re: Thunder Force IV - Community Cover Project (heroic coup edition)

Postby kfaraday » Fri Jul 10, 2015 2:14 am

oh here's my cover
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