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Thunder Dragon - Digimon METALution Medley I - GP6 Cover, Remastered

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September 9 2017

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It's been a week since I released my New Years 2017 Cover Remasters of Digimon METALution Medley I & II, and RollerCoaster Tycoon Metal Medley in my New Years Update video. (AND YET ONLY 1 VIEW BEFORE THIS WAS UPLOADED!!!). The reason why I delayed this for a week was because I was trying to prepare all of my music videos (I'm still working on screenshots for my RollerCoaster Tycoon Metal Medley GP6 remastered, which is why that video will be delayed). Anyway, let's talk about new things that are in this Guitar Pro 6 remastered version (yes, it's still Guitar Pro 6 and not real instruments but just updated with my current Realistic Sound Engine [RSE] setup and fixes and such). I added new two tracks, which are the keyboard tracks for each speaker with different soundbanks. They are initially piano [soundbank: Acoustic Piano (Upright), which the GP6 file may default to Acoustic Piano (Stein. & Sons) in Guitar Pro 6 if you don't extra soundbanks purchased] and are later choir (soundbank: Meta Choir) and strings ensemble (soundbank: Violin Ensemble, with Concert Hall effect). Because I decided to go with extra instruments, I slowed down "Break up!"'s intro tempo from 120 bpm to 110 bpm (110 bpm is the actual tempo initial tempo in the original song) to get a better mood of the song. This medley is slightly longer than my original because of that. Besides extra instruments and some minor fixes, I changed the soundbanks of my guitars (same Les Paul guitar but with different bridges) to distinguish the instruments when they are playing at the same time (I hate that the same instruments at opposing pans become mono in the center when playing the same note) and I changed my style of slides (I hated how slides worked in Guitar Pro 6, the fact that they don't slide instantly, so I tabbed out my slides individually, fret-by-fret, though, they still sound like they are slightly strummed even when I put them as ghost notes... I hate GP6's slide system :P ). Songs arranged in "Digimon METALution Medley I - GP6 Cover, Remastered" are: • 0:01 - "brave heart" from Digimon Adventure/Adventure 02/tri., sung by Ayumi Miyazaki, composed/arranged by Michihiko Ōta, and written by Sachiko Ōmori • 1:53 - "Break up!" from Digimon Adventure 02, sung by Ayumi Miyazaki, composed by Michihiko Ōta, and written by Hiroshi Yamada • 3:31 - "Beat Hit!" from Digimon Adventure 02, sung by Ayumi Miyazaki, composed/arranged by Michihiko Ōta, and written by Hiroshi Yamada • 5:29 - "EVO" from Digimon Tamers, sung by WILD CHILD BOUND, composed/arranged by Michihiko Ōta, and written by Shōko Ōmori • 6:56 - "One Vision" from Digimon Tamers, sung by Takayoshi Tanimoto, composed/arranged by Michihiko Ōta, and written by Hiroshi Yamada • 8:25 - "SLASH!!" (intro only) from Digimon Tamers, sung/composed/arranged by Michihiko Ōta and written by Hiroshi Yamada Song: "Digimon METALution Medley I - GP6 Cover, Remastered" Artist: Thunder Dragon Album: TD TV Covers Track #: 5 (along with the mid-beta bonus track) Year: 2017 Genre: Instrumental Metal Created in: Guitar Pro 6 Download MP3 and/or Guitar Tabs: • MP3 only: • • v2.0 (full remaster with keyboards): /redirect? • • v1.5 (bonus track without keyboard and less fixes): mid-beta remaster, no keyboards): /redirect? • MP3 + Tabs (along with a v1.5 bonus track, as my main track is considered v2.0): /redirect? Copyright • Medley Arrangement: Thunder Dragon Productions • Individual Songs: See the song list above • License Status: Unlicensed; claimed for monetization (as well as my Phase Shift video) - I was not authorized to make this song cover (I only made this for fun). The original artist(s) or record label has already claimed my song and I am glad to share monetization with the original artist(s). I'm all out giving support to the original artist(s) of the song(s) I'm covering and give your support to them as well. :) The song that was claimed in my medley so far was "Brave Heart" from Digimon Adventure and I'd love to give that support to the singer Ayumi Miyazaki, the music composer Michihiko Ōta, and the lyrics writer Sachiko Ōmori and to the company(ies) they're affiliated with.

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