New Musics! June 1st.
This EP is like a kickstarter for the next EPs.
Huge thanks to everyone who downloaded the 2 previous EPs; Mega and Suto. Especially all the awesome people who chipped in a few dollars for Mega (you can't pay money for suto, it's street fighter music innit). The support has been greatly appreciated. Even if you nabbed everything for free, I still want to say thanks for taking the time listen to the EPs. The random emails and youtube comments offering kind words and general encouragement has also been really awesome. So thank you everyone!
After a bit of a rough start to the year (Life didn't want me to make any videos, play street fighter, write any music or have any fun apparently), I've spent literally every single day (and many nights) of the past 3 months putting 'Reset' together and it's going to act as a kind of kickstarter project for another 2 or 3 EPs to be released before the end of the year. It comes in 2 flavors; regular and Black label. The Black label edition features 3 exclusive tracks, for a total of 7 (2 chiptune remixes and solo bass arrange remix), plus, hypest of all, a slightly different cover!
If anyone is desperate, you can pre-order regular here and black label here. You'll get to download the first track 'Soma' immediately (which has been extended and re-mastered since it appeared on CMV6) and you'll be emailed the rest of the tracks the minute the full EP goes live.
To celebrate my return to actually being productive and having fun making stuff. There's going to be a ton of vids going up over the next week or so and you can read about them right now...
First off, is a live, solo bass version of the the track 'Pinky Swear'. Which is actually already up...
'Learning Gen' features excepts from the full version of 'Pinky Swear' as well as silly arcade stick pinaoing techniques and needless mid-combo stance changing (*This video and my decision to pick up Gen was entirely inspired by Xian).
'Behind the combo' is a super geeky look at how much time I
Another SSFIV vid coming soon will be based around a single clip demonstrating 2 different stun glitches with hardcore explanations and examples of why they work.
There'll be something a bit more random, without a huge amount of actual game footage that features a bunch of arcade stick pianoing exercises.
Last up is SSFIV:AE 2012 CMV7 and it acts kind of like the music video to the 3rd track from the EP. I didn't plan to make another SSFIV vid so soon after the last one but I became completely inspired after watching Sako, Daigo, Xian, Gamerbee etc competing at the Topanga Asia League that I had to hit training mode, start using some new characters and generally get hype.