Tag: straightforward

Fire and stuff

My cover/arrangement of the Llamarada theme from the game Lords of Thunder. Nice game and it has a kickass soundtrack too. Unfortunately the mixing is pretty bad, and then so… ansgaros to the rescue! Well, it’s not a 1:1 cover by any means, I gave it my own flavor I do believe, but enjoy anyway! It’s mostly a pretty straightforward cover. It was named by a friend.

Made for the June 2010 duel at Dwelling of Duels.

There is a video of me playing this song on YouTube.


Level 6 fanfic

It all started with pingosimon’s thread on the Minibosses message board. pingo made his interpretation of the theme with vocals and everyone started making versions of their own in their own style and language. I made one, too.

Despite a few issues I’m generally happy with how it turned out.

Kellotornin läpi vie tie luo Draculan
Poimi taikakello ja voit pysäyttää ajan

Kiipeä kiipeä kiipeä kiipeä kiipeä huipulle kellotornin
Ylitä silta, vältä rotkot, väistä lepakot ja niiden tulipallot

Turhaan luuranko sinua luullaan heittelee
Tornin huippu häämöttää jo

Isot linnut kantaa kynsissään pikkumiehiä
Taikakellon mahti auttaa sinua selviämään

Kiipeä kiipeä kiipeä kiipeä kiipeä huipulle kellotornin
Siellä Dracula odottaa, kohta koittaa hälle kuolema

Suojele kaupunkilaisia pyhäl’ vedellä
Ja vituikshan se meni taas

Nyt pelataan Contraa!


The phantom forest

Last night I was sitting here playing my keyboard (if you could call that playing…) and felt like doing something. Then I stumbled upon the thing that the strings play at the beginning of this song. I thought, why not! Then I estimated that it would take me about four hours to do this. Pretty much four hours later, I was done. The next day I tweaked some stuff for about 10 or 15 minutes.

This is a pretty straightforward cover. It plays the same thing twice and on the third time it fades out. Pretty standard stuff.


Corneria

I battled it out in stage one, round three of AkumuHau’s Street Musician competition against Small child David with this cover/arrangement, and emerged victorious! It’s a rather straightforward cover once again, with little actual arrangement. Except that I added a solo section.