The original 1985 "Axel F" on synthesia

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Postby WoodyPianoShack » 01-19-16 4:22 pm

Hi synthesia fans!

I couldn't resist revisiting this 80's classic. I did the sequencing myself using Reaper so the midi file is my own creation. The sounds and effects are all from a modern Roland FA workstation. It sounds pretty authentic even if I say so myself... According to the forum rules I can't share the midi file, but here is the youtube clip for you to hopefully enjoy. cheers!

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Postby monkel » 01-19-16 9:48 pm

+1 :)
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Postby Urassaya » 05-06-16 4:13 am

Because the content is really not find anywhere else.
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Postby kiwi » 05-07-16 8:25 am

Very good job!
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Postby miek » 05-07-16 3:13 pm

Great job - great song :)
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Postby draco2023a » 05-11-16 9:47 am

Nice!
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Postby WoodyPianoShack » 05-12-16 5:44 pm

Thank you to everybody who viewed and commented on this thread, appreciate it! :)
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Postby RobertM » 01-06-18 6:28 pm

I love this song, sounds so good. Well done
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Postby kiwi » 01-15-18 5:28 am

Awesome!
Sounds are greats and pretty accurate.

Maybe the 2 second part of the bassline is not the same (from memory i need to check the original)
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Postby NicolasProdan » 03-06-18 5:40 pm

How did you record the game for synthesia? Bandicam?
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Postby Nicholas » 03-06-18 9:37 pm

Judging by the smoothness of the video, I'm guessing they used the Synthesia Video Creator.

There is some info about the tool, here. And you can get the latest version near the bottom of the download page.
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