On this page, I’ll provide you with Background Music Demo’s – meaning, the BGM’s of which I’ve produced; for instance if they’re Video Game related, I’ll present to you a demo of the concept, whether it be just a mere concept or just a piece of experimentation. Experimentation is always Key in my eyes-
– Super Smash Brothers. For Wii U x Custom BGM DEMO –
A while back I was in the midst of producing a Pacman style BGM – and as experimentation, I decided to use an unfinished version of it (it’s still currently unfinished; rather, it’s a project where I’m not quite sure if I’d like to continue or just change the entire theme of the project) and merge it with footage that I exported myself from my Nintendo Wii U- The game that you see here is Super Smash Brothers. For Wii U. I used no hacks to do such experimentation; I just simply turned off all BGM’s in-game, leaving the game completely dependent on sound effects. I then exported footage from the Wii U onto my computer and the rest was literally all Windows Movie Maker.
– SSB. For Wii U x Hyrule Warriors [Experimental Mix] –
– Street Fighter V x [Machina Matrix BGM DEMO] –
Most of the time when I don’t actually have the time to work on a piece or to produce a piece, I’d usually demo unfinished or finished pieces; merging them with the video game genre that track was produced for. Although Machina Matrix isn’t SFV themed BGM; the BGM alone was indeed produced for a fighting genre of a specific pacing. This is just a mere demo; a test run of the current build that is Machina Matrix. I do plan on refining this track in the future, but as of now it’ll stay as is. It’s simply due to time management and priority.
Here’s a second Demo of Machina Matrix (this was actually the very first experimented Demo)
– Street Fighter V Urien Theme [Experimental Edit] –
Although this is clearly an experimental piece ripped from Urien’s SFV theme, the actual source of which inspired me to actually experiment with the rip was Urien’s Street Fighter 3: Third Strike Character theme. The genre of this experimental piece is in fact Drumstep – I wanted to mix something entirely different to what the fans of SF3 are used to, but yet still add a few familiarities from his Third Strike theme into the ‘experimental’ piece.
– TEKKEN TAG TOURNAMENT 2: Slim Bob Move list –
– DRIVE CLUB: Project Machina [BGM BETA TEST] –