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29th Dec '15 1:56:55 PM Morgenthaler
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Properly alligned the image.
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17th Jan '15 10:18:51 AM Akriloth2160
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Next time, try avoiding the future tense for writing articles, since that results in the Examples Are Not Recent problem.
The site will celebrate its fifteen-year anniversary in December of 2014, further cementing its status as an Internet LongRunner.
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The site will celebrate celebrated its fifteen-year anniversary in December of 2014, further cementing its status as an Internet LongRunner.
16th Dec '14 3:12:04 PM nombretomado
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* WithLyrics: A fair amount of vocal-oriented remixes do this, in everything from PissTakeRap (ever wondered what it would be like to hear a [[FinalFantasy cactuar]] or [[SeriesMascot tonberry]] rap a few lines? [[http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01999/ Wonder no more!]]) to epic {{One Woman Wail}}s.
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* WithLyrics: A fair amount of vocal-oriented remixes do this, in everything from PissTakeRap (ever wondered what it would be like to hear a [[FinalFantasy [[Franchise/FinalFantasy cactuar]] or [[SeriesMascot tonberry]] rap a few lines? [[http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01999/ Wonder no more!]]) to epic {{One Woman Wail}}s.
10th Nov '14 12:52:32 AM StevieWillShowYou
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[[http://ocremix.org/ OverClocked ReMix]] is a website and musical community "dedicated to the appreciation and promotion of video game music as an art form." Naturally, it focuses on remixes of video game music. Since 1999, it has been a place for musicians to perfect and share their work, and has accumulated over 2,500 remixes, covering games on everything from the UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}} to the Xbox and ranging from hard-rock to classical to trance/electronica and everything in-between. Besides hosting individual tracks, the site has also allowed artists to collaborate on remix projects, starting with the acclaimed ''VideoGame/SuperMetroid'' album ''[[http://ocremix.org/album/3/super-metroid-relics-of-the-chozo Relics of the Chozo]]'' in 2003. These aren't just a few amateurs messing around with keyboards and chiptunes - some of these guys are pro musicians who offer remixes on the side, while a few have gone on to do work in the video game industry after getting exposure on [=OC ReMix=] (see below). Thanks to a panel of judges that assures quality control, the majority of the music on the site can qualify as CrowningMusicOfAwesome, depending on your tastes, and in some cases, it's better than the original music that's being remixed. And it's all ''absolutely free'' to download. There was a general bias towards techno remixes early in the site's history. However, due to advances in samples and decreasing costs for quality home studios, it has since expanded to include rock, folk, acoustic, jazz, and even orchestrated symphonic mixes as more musicians contribute to the site.
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[[http://ocremix.org/ OverClocked ReMix]] is a website and musical community "dedicated to the appreciation and promotion of video game music as an art form." Naturally, it As the name suggests, OC Remix focuses on remixes of video game music. Since music; since 1999, it has been offered a place for musicians to perfect and share their work, and has work while accumulated over 2,500 remixes, covering some ''three thousand'' remixes which cover games on everything from the UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}} to the Xbox and ranging from hard-rock to classical to trance/electronica and everything in-between.Xbox. If you have a favorite genre of music -- hard-rock, classical, trance/electronica, whatever -- OC Remix likely has something for you. Besides hosting individual tracks, the site has also allowed artists to collaborate on remix projects, starting with the acclaimed ''VideoGame/SuperMetroid'' album ''[[http://ocremix.org/album/3/super-metroid-relics-of-the-chozo Relics of the Chozo]]'' in 2003. These aren't just a few amateurs messing around with keyboards and chiptunes - chiptunes, by the way -- some of these guys are pro professional musicians who offer remixes on the side, while side; a few have gone on to do work in the video game industry after getting exposure on [=OC ReMix=] (see below). the Trivia page for more info). Thanks to a panel of judges that assures quality control, the majority of the music on the site can qualify as CrowningMusicOfAwesome, depending on your tastes, and tastes; in some cases, it's it can even be better than the original music that's being remixed. And it's all ''absolutely free'' to download. There was a general bias towards techno remixes early in the site's history. However, history, but due to advances in samples and decreasing costs for quality home studios, it has since expanded to include rock, folk, acoustic, jazz, and even orchestrated symphonic mixes as more musicians contribute to the site.

The site has its own [[http://youtube.com/ocremix YouTube channel]] ([[http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ocremix subscription]]) for those who prefer to stream instead of download, with pretty much every track you can find on the site available to listen to. The site celebrated its ten-year anniversary in December of 2009, officially making it an Internet LongRunner.
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The site has its own [[http://youtube.com/ocremix YouTube channel]] ([[http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ocremix subscription]]) for those who prefer to stream instead of download, with pretty much every track you can find on the site available to listen to. available. The site celebrated will celebrate its ten-year fifteen-year anniversary in December of 2009, officially making it 2014, further cementing its status as an Internet LongRunner.

The site has its own [[http://youtube.com/ocremix YouTube channel]] ([[http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ocremix subscription]]) for those who prefer to stream instead of download, with pretty much every track you can find on the site available to listen to. The site celebrated its ten-year anniversary in December of 2009, officially making it an Internet LongRunner.

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* LongRunner - Originally founded in December 1999. By internet standards, this site is practically ancient. * ProductPlacement - Mentioned at least OnceAnEpisode on the video game music podcast NitroGameInjection, which also plays at least one song from the site on almost every episode. Considering Larry Oji, OCR's Head Submissions Evaluator, is a co-host of the show, well... * PromotedFanboy ** The site's members were chosen by Capcom to provide the arranged soundtrack for ''Super VideoGame/StreetFighterII Turbo HD Remix''. The soundtrack was released digitally as a [[http://ocremix.org/info/OC_ReMix:_Super_Street_Fighter_II_Turbo_HD_Remix_Official_Soundtrack free download]] on [=OC ReMix=]. ** Eidos Montreal commissioned and promoted their free ''Deus Ex'' series album ''[[http://augment.ocremix.org/ Sonic Augmentation]]''. ** A number of [=OC ReMixers=] have gone on to create the soundtracks for several independent and AAA game releases. *** [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4751/mattias-haggstrom-gerdt Mattias Häggström Gerdt]] has composed the music for several games, most notably ''Kaleidoscope'', ''The Perfect Match'' and Mojang's ''Scrolls''. *** [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4659/jillian-aversa Jillian Aversa]] has provided vocals for ''God of War: Ghost of Sparta'', ''Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary'', expansion packs for ''Civilization IV'' and ''V'', and vocals and composition for ''Soulcalibur V''. *** [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4628/zircon zircon]] crafted the soundtrack for the shooter ''Fittest'', arranged music for ''Monkey Island 2: Special Edition'', and composed music for ''Soulcalibur V''. *** [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4501/danny-baranowsky Danny Baranowsky]] is well-known for the soundtracks to ''Canabalt'', the ''VideoGame/MeatBoy'' series, and ''The Binding of Isaac''. *** [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4635/big-giant-circles Jimmy "Big Giant Circles" Hinson]] composed the music to ''Puzzlejuice'', and contributed music to ''Mass Effect 2'' and ''Call of Duty: Black Ops II''. *** Lee Brotherton, under the name [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4354/leebro LeeBro]], contributed several Sonic the Hedgehog [=ReMixes=]. He went on to head Remix Factory, which contributed tracks to ''ShadowTheHedgehog'' and ''SonicRivals''. He was also the vocalist on the ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'' song "Dreams of an Absolution". Currently, he is known as Bentley Jones. * SpinOff - Several, including the aforementioned [[http://olremix.org/ OLR]], [[http://remix.thasauce.net/ ReMix:ThaSauce]] (in itself a SpinOff of the video game music news site ThaSauce, and originally began as an AprilFools joke), and the most popular, [[http://www.vgmix.com/ VGMix]] (now defunct), which had an open song submission system and began as a TakeThat against OCR, but has since reconciled. The site itself is actually a spinoff of a webcomic called [[http://overclocked.org OverClocked]]. The comic has been silently discontinued (the last update was in 2001), while OCR has become the main focus of the site staff. * WithLyrics - A fair amount of remixes do this, in everything from PissTakeRap (ever wondered what it would be like to hear a [[FinalFantasy cactuar]] or [[SeriesMascot tonberry]] rap a few lines? [[http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01999/ Wonder no more!]]) to epic {{One Woman Wail}}s. * WordSaladLyrics - The lyrical content of [[http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01419/ this remix]] of {{Paperboy}} by Navi consists of nothing but this. ----
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* LongRunner - Originally LongRunner: DJ Pretzel originally founded the site in December of 1999. By internet standards, this site is practically ancient. * ProductPlacement - Mentioned ProductPlacement: The site ges mentioned at least OnceAnEpisode on the video game music podcast NitroGameInjection, which also plays at least one song from the site OC Remix on almost every episode. Considering Larry Oji, OCR's Oji (the site's Head Submissions Evaluator, Evaluator) is a co-host of the show, well... * PromotedFanboy ** The site's members were chosen by Capcom to provide the arranged soundtrack for ''Super VideoGame/StreetFighterII Turbo HD Remix''. The soundtrack was released digitally as a [[http://ocremix.org/info/OC_ReMix:_Super_Street_Fighter_II_Turbo_HD_Remix_Official_Soundtrack free download]] on [=OC ReMix=]. ** Eidos Montreal commissioned and promoted their free ''Deus Ex'' series album ''[[http://augment.ocremix.org/ Sonic Augmentation]]''. ** A number of [=OC ReMixers=] have gone on to create the soundtracks for several independent and AAA game releases. *** [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4751/mattias-haggstrom-gerdt Mattias Häggström Gerdt]] has composed the music for several games, most notably ''Kaleidoscope'', ''The Perfect Match'' and Mojang's ''Scrolls''. *** [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4659/jillian-aversa Jillian Aversa]] has provided vocals for ''God of War: Ghost of Sparta'', ''Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary'', expansion packs for ''Civilization IV'' and ''V'', and vocals and composition for ''Soulcalibur V''. *** [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4628/zircon zircon]] crafted the soundtrack for the shooter ''Fittest'', arranged music for ''Monkey Island 2: Special Edition'', and composed music for ''Soulcalibur V''. *** [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4501/danny-baranowsky Danny Baranowsky]] is well-known for the soundtracks to ''Canabalt'', the ''VideoGame/MeatBoy'' series, and ''The Binding of Isaac''. *** [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4635/big-giant-circles Jimmy "Big Giant Circles" Hinson]] composed the music to ''Puzzlejuice'', and contributed music to ''Mass Effect 2'' and ''Call of Duty: Black Ops II''. *** Lee Brotherton, under the name [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4354/leebro LeeBro]], contributed several Sonic the Hedgehog [=ReMixes=]. He went on to head way. * SpinOff: OC Remix Factory, which contributed tracks to ''ShadowTheHedgehog'' and ''SonicRivals''. He was also the vocalist on the ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'' song "Dreams of an Absolution". Currently, he has several. There is known as Bentley Jones. * SpinOff - Several, including the aforementioned [[http://olremix.org/ OLR]], OLR]]; [[http://remix.thasauce.net/ ReMix:ThaSauce]] (in itself a SpinOff of the video game music news site ThaSauce, and originally began as an AprilFools joke), joke); and the most popular, [[http://www.vgmix.com/ VGMix]] (now defunct), which had an open song submission system and began as a TakeThat against OCR, but has since reconciled. The site OCR (but later reconciled). OC Remix itself is actually a spinoff of a webcomic called [[http://overclocked.org OverClocked]]. The comic has been OverClocked]] (which was silently discontinued (the last update was in 2001), while OCR has become the main focus of the site staff. 2001). * WithLyrics - WithLyrics: A fair amount of vocal-oriented remixes do this, in everything from PissTakeRap (ever wondered what it would be like to hear a [[FinalFantasy cactuar]] or [[SeriesMascot tonberry]] rap a few lines? [[http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01999/ Wonder no more!]]) to epic {{One Woman Wail}}s. * WordSaladLyrics - ** WordSaladLyrics: The lyrical content of [[http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR01419/ this remix]] of {{Paperboy}} by Navi consists of nothing but this. ----this.
6th Oct '14 11:23:12 AM rexpensive
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[[http://ocremix.org/ OverClocked ReMix]] is a website and musical community "dedicated to the appreciation and promotion of video game music as an art form." Naturally, it focuses on remixes of video game music. Since 1999, it has been a place for musicians to perfect and share their work, and has accumulated over 2,500 remixes, covering games on everything from the {{Amiga}} to the Xbox and ranging from hard-rock to classical to trance/electronica and everything in-between. Besides hosting individual tracks, the site has also allowed artists to collaborate on remix projects, starting with the acclaimed ''VideoGame/SuperMetroid'' album ''[[http://ocremix.org/album/3/super-metroid-relics-of-the-chozo Relics of the Chozo]]'' in 2003.
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[[http://ocremix.org/ OverClocked ReMix]] is a website and musical community "dedicated to the appreciation and promotion of video game music as an art form." Naturally, it focuses on remixes of video game music. Since 1999, it has been a place for musicians to perfect and share their work, and has accumulated over 2,500 remixes, covering games on everything from the {{Amiga}} UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}} to the Xbox and ranging from hard-rock to classical to trance/electronica and everything in-between. Besides hosting individual tracks, the site has also allowed artists to collaborate on remix projects, starting with the acclaimed ''VideoGame/SuperMetroid'' album ''[[http://ocremix.org/album/3/super-metroid-relics-of-the-chozo Relics of the Chozo]]'' in 2003.
3rd Sep '13 10:53:14 AM Bisected8
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[[http://ocremix.org/ OverClocked ReMix]] is a website and musical community "dedicated to the appreciation and promotion of video game music as an art form." Naturally, it focuses on remixes of video game music. Since 1999, it has been a place for musicians to perfect and share their work, and has accumulated over 2,500 remixes, covering games on everything from the {{Amiga}} to the Xbox and ranging from hard-rock to classical to trance/electronica and everything in-between. Besides hosting individual tracks, the site has also allowed artists to collaborate on remix projects, starting with the acclaimed ''SuperMetroid'' album ''[[http://ocremix.org/album/3/super-metroid-relics-of-the-chozo Relics of the Chozo]]'' in 2003.
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[[http://ocremix.org/ OverClocked ReMix]] is a website and musical community "dedicated to the appreciation and promotion of video game music as an art form." Naturally, it focuses on remixes of video game music. Since 1999, it has been a place for musicians to perfect and share their work, and has accumulated over 2,500 remixes, covering games on everything from the {{Amiga}} to the Xbox and ranging from hard-rock to classical to trance/electronica and everything in-between. Besides hosting individual tracks, the site has also allowed artists to collaborate on remix projects, starting with the acclaimed ''SuperMetroid'' ''VideoGame/SuperMetroid'' album ''[[http://ocremix.org/album/3/super-metroid-relics-of-the-chozo Relics of the Chozo]]'' in 2003.
13th May '13 9:05:22 AM Liontamer
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revert (realized certain tropes are listed on YMMV anyway; np)
* MisattributedSong - It's commonly believed that [[http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR00022/ this OC ReMix]] by The Rabbit Joint is by Music/SystemOfADown. It isn't. This misattribution was [[http://youtube.com/watch?v=XdyFH0KzzhU#t=3031s debunked by SoaD bassist Shavo Odadjian]] in 2002. (50:32-51:30 of video)
13th May '13 9:02:54 AM Liontamer
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moved trope from YMMV page; facts with evidence isn't YMMV
* MisattributedSong - It's commonly believed that [[http://ocremix.org/remix/OCR00022/ this OC ReMix]] by The Rabbit Joint is by Music/SystemOfADown. It isn't. This misattribution was [[http://youtube.com/watch?v=XdyFH0KzzhU#t=3031s debunked by SoaD bassist Shavo Odadjian]] in 2002. (50:32-51:30 of video)

* SpinOff - Several, including the aforementioned [[http://olremix.org/ OLR]], [[http://remix.thasauce.net/ ReMix:ThaSauce]] (in itself a SpinOff of the video game music news site ThaSauce, and originally began as an AprilFools joke), and the most popular, [[http://www.vgmix.com/ VGMix]] (now defunct), which had an open song submission system and began as a TakeThat against OCR, but has since reconciled. The site itself is actually a spinoff of a webcomic called [[http://www.overclocked.org/ OverClocked]]. The comic has been silently discontinued (the last update was in 2001), while OCR has become the main focus of the site staff.
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* SpinOff - Several, including the aforementioned [[http://olremix.org/ OLR]], [[http://remix.thasauce.net/ ReMix:ThaSauce]] (in itself a SpinOff of the video game music news site ThaSauce, and originally began as an AprilFools joke), and the most popular, [[http://www.vgmix.com/ VGMix]] (now defunct), which had an open song submission system and began as a TakeThat against OCR, but has since reconciled. The site itself is actually a spinoff of a webcomic called [[http://www.overclocked.org/ [[http://overclocked.org OverClocked]]. The comic has been silently discontinued (the last update was in 2001), while OCR has become the main focus of the site staff.
10th May '13 12:16:02 PM Liontamer
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[[http://ocremix.org/ OverClocked ReMix]] is a website and musical community "dedicated to the appreciation and promotion of video game music as an art form." Naturally, it focuses on remixes of video game music. Since 1999, it has been a place for musicians to perfect and share their work, and has accumulated over 2,000 remixes, covering games on everything from the {{Amiga}} to the Xbox and ranging from hard-rock to classical to trance/electronica and everything in-between. Besides hosting individual tracks, the site has also allowed artists to collaborate on remix projects, starting with the acclaimed ''SuperMetroid'' album ''[[http://ocremix.org/album/3/super-metroid-relics-of-the-chozo Relics of the Chozo]]'' in 2003.
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[[http://ocremix.org/ OverClocked ReMix]] is a website and musical community "dedicated to the appreciation and promotion of video game music as an art form." Naturally, it focuses on remixes of video game music. Since 1999, it has been a place for musicians to perfect and share their work, and has accumulated over 2,000 2,500 remixes, covering games on everything from the {{Amiga}} to the Xbox and ranging from hard-rock to classical to trance/electronica and everything in-between. Besides hosting individual tracks, the site has also allowed artists to collaborate on remix projects, starting with the acclaimed ''SuperMetroid'' album ''[[http://ocremix.org/album/3/super-metroid-relics-of-the-chozo Relics of the Chozo]]'' in 2003.

The site has its own [[http://www.youtube.com/user/ocremix YouTube channel]] ([[http://tr.im/yOCR subscription]]) for those who prefer to stream instead of download, with pretty much every track you can find on the site available to listen to.
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The site has its own [[http://www.youtube.com/user/ocremix [[http://youtube.com/ocremix YouTube channel]] ([[http://tr.im/yOCR ([[http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ocremix subscription]]) for those who prefer to stream instead of download, with pretty much every track you can find on the site available to listen to.

* {{Chiptune}}: This is specifically {{defied|Trope}} by the judges, who will reject any straight chiptune arrangements. However, you can get away with using 8-bit synthesizers as long as they're not the only instruments. [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4793/halc Halc]] in particular is known for using a chiptune + drums style he calls "9-bit".
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* CelebrityEndorsement: Among OCR's contributors are veteran game composers George "The Fat Man" Sanger, Jeremy Soule, Alexander Brandon, David Wise, and Grant Kirkhope. * {{Chiptune}}: This is specifically {{defied|Trope}} by the judges, who will reject any straight chiptune arrangements. However, you can get away with using 8-bit synthesizers as long as they're not the only instruments. [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4793/halc Halc]] halc]] in particular is known for using a chiptune + drums style he calls "9-bit".

** The site's members were chosen by Capcom to provide the arranged soundtrack for ''Super VideoGame/StreetFighterII HD [=ReMix=]''. The soundtrack was released digitally as a [[http://ocremix.org/info/OC_ReMix:_Super_Street_Fighter_II_Turbo_HD_Remix_Official_Soundtrack free download]] on [=OC ReMix=]. ** A number of remixers have gone on to create the soundtracks for several independent game releases. [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4751/another-soundscape Another Soundscape]] has composed the music for several games, most notably ''Kaleidoscope'' and ''The Perfect Match'', while [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4628/zircon zircon]] crafted the soundtrack for the shooter ''Fittest'', all found on [=XBox=] Live Arcade. [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4501/daniel-baranowsky Danny B]] is well-known for the soundtracks to the ''VideoGame/MeatBoy'' series. ** Lee Brotherton, under the name [=LeeBro=], contributed a ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2'' remix. He went on to head Remix Factory, which contributed tracks to ''ShadowTheHedgehog'' and ''SonicRivals''. He was also the vocalist on the ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'' song "Dreams of an Absolution". Currently, he is known as Bentley Jones.
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** The site's members were chosen by Capcom to provide the arranged soundtrack for ''Super VideoGame/StreetFighterII Turbo HD [=ReMix=]''.Remix''. The soundtrack was released digitally as a [[http://ocremix.org/info/OC_ReMix:_Super_Street_Fighter_II_Turbo_HD_Remix_Official_Soundtrack free download]] on [=OC ReMix=]. ** Eidos Montreal commissioned and promoted their free ''Deus Ex'' series album ''[[http://augment.ocremix.org/ Sonic Augmentation]]''. ** A number of remixers [=OC ReMixers=] have gone on to create the soundtracks for several independent and AAA game releases. releases. *** [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4751/another-soundscape Another Soundscape]] org/artist/4751/mattias-haggstrom-gerdt Mattias Häggström Gerdt]] has composed the music for several games, most notably ''Kaleidoscope'' and ''Kaleidoscope'', ''The Perfect Match'', while Match'' and Mojang's ''Scrolls''. *** [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4659/jillian-aversa Jillian Aversa]] has provided vocals for ''God of War: Ghost of Sparta'', ''Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary'', expansion packs for ''Civilization IV'' and ''V'', and vocals and composition for ''Soulcalibur V''. *** [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4628/zircon zircon]] crafted the soundtrack for the shooter ''Fittest'', all found on [=XBox=] Live Arcade. arranged music for ''Monkey Island 2: Special Edition'', and composed music for ''Soulcalibur V''. *** [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4501/daniel-baranowsky org/artist/4501/danny-baranowsky Danny B]] Baranowsky]] is well-known for the soundtracks to ''Canabalt'', the ''VideoGame/MeatBoy'' series. ** series, and ''The Binding of Isaac''. *** [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4635/big-giant-circles Jimmy "Big Giant Circles" Hinson]] composed the music to ''Puzzlejuice'', and contributed music to ''Mass Effect 2'' and ''Call of Duty: Black Ops II''. *** Lee Brotherton, under the name [=LeeBro=], [[http://ocremix.org/artist/4354/leebro LeeBro]], contributed a ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2'' remix.several Sonic the Hedgehog [=ReMixes=]. He went on to head Remix Factory, which contributed tracks to ''ShadowTheHedgehog'' and ''SonicRivals''. He was also the vocalist on the ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'' song "Dreams of an Absolution". Currently, he is known as Bentley Jones.
24th Nov '12 5:37:04 PM videogmer314
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* DefeatMeansFriendship: In the [[http://ocremix.org/forums/showthread.php?t=39652 Sonic Zone Remix Competition]], one of the finalists collaborated with three of his defeated opponents for the last round.
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